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This thesis introduces a new robotic leg design with three degrees of freedom that

can be adapted for both bipedal and quadrupedal locomotive systems, and serves as

a blueprint for designers attempting

This thesis introduces a new robotic leg design with three degrees of freedom that

can be adapted for both bipedal and quadrupedal locomotive systems, and serves as

a blueprint for designers attempting to create low cost robot legs capable of balancing

and walking. Currently, bipedal leg designs are mostly rigid and have not strongly

taken into account the advantages/disadvantages of using an active ankle, as opposed

to a passive ankle, for balancing. This design uses low-cost compliant materials, but

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  • 2020
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