Now that I have a semi-reliable actuator, I need to connect 4 of them together into a single quadruped robot. Additionally, it needs to be able to mount a battery, the turret, and all the other miscellaneous pieces of a walking robot.
My draft design looks like this in CAD:
The four corners each are set to mount one leg to. The central cavity will eventually house a battery compartment. On the top is a mounting location for the turret, and the front has mounting studs for a power distribution PCB. Each of the screw holes is designed to take a thermoplastic insert heat fit into place.
This, printed on the Prusa MK3s looks like:
This is in Prusament PETG Jet Black at 0.15m layer height, 3 width perimeters, and custom supports. With one leg, a battery resting in its cavity, and the junction board mounted, it looks like:
Next, I need to get an actual battery tray installed and build enough legs to attach all four of them.