3D-printed Robot Dog & Cat built on Petoi Programmable Robot Ecosystem

With the advances in 3D-printing technology, there have been a lot of interests in 3D-printing a dynamic walking robot dog or cat.

Coincidentally, the birth of Petoi can be traced back to its founder & CEO Rongzhong Li's earliest DIY prototype version of an open source 3D-printed robot cat.

After Petoi rolled out Nybble, its first quadruped robotic cat, our fans have made several customized versions of Nybble that can be 3D printed or laser cut:

Our fans also DIY their own robots based on our robots and OpenCat, Petoi's Open Source Quadruped Robotic Pet Framework:


For our 2nd-generation product robot dog Bittle, there's a fan-made version, but the structure is not validated for 3D printing.

As a way to support our users, Petoi also shares some 3D models for the current products for replacement or extensions.

We are so happy to see Petoi has inspired people to develop their customized versions of robot dogs and cats that are not just dummy toys but can be programmed("hacked") to do intelligent things.

Looking for more 3D-print project ideas?  Check our guide to the top 3D-printed open source robot projects.