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Acapulco Rolf posted an update 3 weeks, 2 days ago
32 servo connections in the head – PCA9685 I2C
32 servo connections in the head
Thanks Mats: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:992918
Nice to see. Are you planning to use 32 servos in the head, or is the plan to move one of the PCA9685’s to the body. I use one in the body and one in each arm. That makes the cable routing much easier and opens up for adding other i2c devices, like IMU, AD converters and other funn stuff. I have a few new i2c devices on my desk, waiting for me to…[Read more]
The 32 servo connections over I2C will cover all the connections for eyes, neck, fingers with some to spare
I’m running with 20Kg PDI 6221-MG servos for the heavy duty lifting (biceps, shoulders, hip rotation).
Those particular servos don’t seem to play nice with the PCA9685.
It looks like it may be related to the guidance here on…[Read more]
Vladimir Moskvin’s profile was updated 3 weeks, 3 days ago
akash dixit posted an update 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Nothing worth having comes easy!.. By…
Nothing worth having comes easy!.. By…
AKASH Inmoov (MakersLab , gwalior india (M.P) )
have a fire extinguisher ready once the cigarette burns down!!!
Edson Pires da Silva posted an update 3 weeks, 6 days ago
We were able to control Inmoov through the PS2 joystick. See the picture
picture? not so easy in this blog – give it another try – other entries show it’s possible
Tim’s profile was updated 4 weeks ago
Stefan Ekstam posted an update 4 weeks, 1 day ago
I finally decided that the time had come to finish my InMoov. After some grinding, the hardware is now complete to 98 %.
After trying some of the most recent versions of MyRobotLab (and failing miserably), I tried the older “Kraken” version (1.0.1723) and things worked a lot better. So far I have bricked two LiPo batteries calibrating all…[Read more]
how can you complete the legs with only 2% left???
be patient with MRL – switching to an older version was a good move. Wait for Manticore – I hope we will see that within the next 2 month’s
Keukpa posted an update 1 month ago
I didn’t like the Kinect sensor, it is a faff to get it working, and it needs 12v and splicing, so I decided to fit the ASUS Pro sensor, runs on USB @ 5v, much easier to integrate.
… and can you show us a depht view with the device?
Yannick Rougegrez posted an update 1 month ago
Is it static or blinking? And do you really have an InMoov behind or is it just LED’s
maximillien’s profile was updated 1 month ago
Andres Miranda posted an update 1 month ago
InMoov v2 ?
thomas1 posted an update 1 month ago
I am looking for makers in Berlin, I am still working on my own
Please mail me if you are interested.
beau travail et pour la cheville et le pied !
bonne idée les tubes en alu.
So I am working an legs shown at
Francis Hawkins posted an update 1 month ago
Starting on shoulders and arms now. Any advice when it comes time to add servos? I believe there are 2 fore each shoulder and one for the elbow, correct?
3 servos for the shoulder – arm swing front to back, away from body and arm rotate. Plus the bicep makes 4. Its clearer when you have printed all the parts out, the pictures of the shoulder build start to make more sense. Your robots looking really good. Lorn
Rune Thagaard posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago
Finally finished the first attempt on the forearm.
Now i just new to do it all over again and learn from the mistakes i made during the build.
Thank you for sharing your work for us to enjoy Gael
Wayne Kennedy posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago
Head and top of torso. I never intended to go this far really, but my initial interest is the vision and AI system, and I wanted to print ‘just enough’ to have fully mobile neck, head and eyes.
this is also what i have planed when i get my prusa mk2 fixed i have the skull done and the eyes and a few pieces of the torso need all the head internals tho
Acapulco Rolf posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago