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yash vaidya posted an update 4 days, 22 hours ago
Hey anyone from india.. Wanted to know the cost of the hand and forearm to be printed.
oldfarmhand posted an update 5 days, 10 hours ago
Hello all Inmoov friends, for some reason Im not able to locate the servo holder file for the throat piston. Its been a long time since I have been on here ( stroke) and I know its here I think. Boy a lot has changed in 2 years! If someone could just give me some direction it would be very helpful
Thanks a lot!
If you have a look in the STL Parts Library located in the Gallery.
Ashton_UTT posted an update 5 days, 16 hours ago
yash vaidya posted an update 5 days, 19 hours ago
I am printing the hand and forearm and the guy who is printing said that 3 shells will mess up the dimentions and recommended me to go with one shell. what should i do?
I am totally new to 3D printing…
You need the recommended 3 shells for strength.
Running with 1 shell will reduce the filament usage and reduce the print time.
If the guy said the dimension will be messed up, then he doesn’t have his slicer program setup correctly.
Most likely over extruding.
My printing guy said that the cost will be doubled if i go with 3 shells.
I want to know if i will be able to make the hand grip something with 1 shell.
P.s. I am a student so i just want to make the hand for demonstration.
Sounds like you need a new printing guy. 3 shells are necessary for strength. I did not even know you could print with one shell. Look around for someone better.
Ray Edgley posted an update 1 week ago
Fred InMoov first video, shoulder view of Bicep rotate.
This video upload is in response to lorn Campbell query as how it works with the Bicep rotate.
My recommendation for anyone wanting to do the same thing, would be to use a ribbon with more than 16 conductor and spit the extra across the power wire.
I used 3 for the servo power 6 Volt and 3 for the servo power 0 Volt, this may not be quite enough,…[Read more]
Got to the bottom of the Elbow destruction.
The smaller servos for the forearm were a long time in coming, so i had the larger joints all fully operational and calibrated long before the servos for the fingers arrived.
After I installed the servos for the wrist and fingers, i neglected to re-test the elbow until yesterday, at that point the wires…[Read more]
Nice and smooth. Your print quality looks really good with no banding.
Looks can be deceiving, but thanks for the complement.
The shoulder pieces are probably the best parts on the whole robot, I’m more pleased at getting the ribbon to work through the bicep gear.
Some of the earlier pieces had real bad banding, turns out a spacer i fitted to the top of the Z axis screws to reduce the banding actually made it…[Read more]
Kym Robertson posted an update 1 week ago
tryed to put photos on but when i do the post update button is not there.
The button is labeled “Add Photo”
Little bit confusing, but it works
the part LeftRobpart2V4.stl is smaller than it should be. Can any body help me
Because there are so many types of 3D printers and slicing software out there, when asking a question like this, it would pay to list the 3D printer make model and the slicer software and version.
That way someone with the same slicer may be able to help you out.
I printed that part a few weeks ago with no problem on my cheap “CTC I3 Pro B” after…[Read more]
Bapthegrizzly’s profile was updated 1 week, 1 day ago
Markus posted an update 1 week, 2 days ago
Robyn Inmoov testing a 3d printed fidget spinner .
iSkallZ’s profile was updated 2 weeks ago
jose valencia’s profile was updated 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Bob Houston posted an update 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Flexible finger joints for InMoov
Mats Önnerby posted an update 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Just want to share a video that was created by Lakhwinder Singh when Markus, Robyn and I visited the Indian Institute of Technology in Rorkee earlier this year.
Sagaz’s profile was updated 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Acapulco Rolf posted an update 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Testing arm and neck servos
PCA9685 16 channel servo driver
PDI 6221 MG 180 servos
Ray Edgley posted an update 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Mounter 16 channel PWM Servo driver in the left bicep.
Also added a small SMPS buck converter in the power supply line to allow for later increasing the a 12V or higher battery system.
Tripled up the wires for the power supply to cope with the current draw of the servos.
Only need to sort out a connector for the power in the shoulder and…[Read more]
Ray Edgley posted an update 3 weeks ago
Running a 16 way ribbon through the Bicep Rotator is tight, but it is doable.
Held in place with CA glue.
Next job, terminate each end to where they need to go.