Beware that these parts will certainly be obsolete and temporary once the legs are done.  I post them anyway because many builders asked for them. There is pictures missing in this tutorial, I lost them with a hard drive…

Download STL from the Gallery

Before printing all the parts you should print the CALIBRATOR, to check if your parts will fit together. If you have a very hard time putting those parts together, you need to review your printer calibration settings.

An infill of 30%, wall thickness 2.5mm, best with no raft, no support(unless specified), use a brim for big parts to avoid warping.

You will need to print all these parts:

  • 1x TStoLowLeft
  • 1x TStoLowRight

These parts are for to set InMoov on a standing pole:

  • 1x StomSupportRight
  • 1x StomSupportLeft

Comments 3

  1. Hello and I hope you are doing well.

    I was wondering where you are at in the development of the legs and connectivity to the torso? Is this a project where possibly another builder could join in and at least see and offer solutions to establish a good and useable plan?

    I have completed the upper torso, arms and head. Although I have not finished the electronics integration on both sides as of yet. With the pandemic going on, supplies have either dwindled or are a long time in arrival.

    I primarily work with students in FIRST Robotics since I retired but wanted to learn a deeper sense of robotics as well as be able to use that knowledge to enhance my time imparting knowledge to “my students.”

    If this is a possibility, please respond back. I have background in construction and electronics as well as am pretty handy on SolidWorks.

    Respectfully,

    Mark

    • Hello,
      Currently I am not developing the legs because I really lack of free time.
      Unfortunately, I really don’t have time anymore to work on the robot because of the sanitary situation.
      I hope the community will come up with something for the legs, I am aware of some builders trying to do some developments.
      Best regards

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