Get your printers warmed UP!! The legs I had created a long time ago for InMoov are ready to download.

These are the version for standing, not motorized. Beware that some parts exceed the 12x12x12 standard. The reason is that I was not going to upload these parts but time to create the motorised legs is taking much longer because I barely have any free time.
I still need to create a quick tutorial for the site.

You will need to fix the feet to a plateform.
To reinforce the legs, run a 10mm rod through both legs from bottom to top or add a rolling poll like below:

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Comments 34

  1. Profile photo of Marc

    Hello Gaël,

    Thank you so much for having updated the legs. Now we can make a full robot !!

    I’m new at this, just started the hand 3 weeks ago.
    I know there is a long way to go but it is pleasant to know that we can make it whole :-)

    I might ask some questions here and there when coming into the tricky parts… If I can’t manage to find it around.

    Have a great day and thank you for all this work,


    • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

      You will need a printer with a minimal print area of 20x20x15cm. I have printed those parts on a printer with a print area of 20x30x19cm.
      The other solution is to cut the parts with your CAD software and print smaller parts which you will glue together later.

  2. Profile photo of Robbert Loos

    somebody else have problems connecting the “KneeHighLeftV3″ to “ThighLowLeftV1″

    When i bolt the 2 parts together they dont line up. the knee parts is about 4 mm to the back compared to the thigh.
    when no bolts used i can line up the parts perfectly.
    seems like the nut holes must be moved forward by 4.3mm (thigh part)

    see my onedrive folder for pictures!AhEVG3aKJWyAh21dHXlSVFHZwhkh

    With kind regards
    Robbert Loos

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