Internal motor spins a cylindrical plate with a weight (a screw) placed on one side creating an updown rapid vibrating movement. This vibration is then conveyed to 3 rods that smoothly propel the model forward in a sliding type movement.
When walking slowly, it also uses its front legs (just like they do down under) and when running quickly, it uses its tail for balance.
The dog walks by transferring motor revolution to reciprocating motion via crank and linkage rod. Main body and legs are made of transparent yellow parts to allow viewing of internal mechanisms.
LT2/F w/Arm "Bulldog" - Advanced Package with additional customization
The compact (0.4″ × 0.5″) D24V5F5 switching step-down (or buck) voltage regulator takes an input voltage between 7V and 36V and efficiently reduces it to 5V while allowing for a maximum output current of 500 mA.