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oldfarmhand posted an update 3 years 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.
InMoov body parts library :
oldfarmhand posted a new activity comment 4 years, 9 months ago
Thanks ! I don’t know if you noticed but i did add the swivel hip base and I know when the legs are add I will have to remove it but For now I can watch her do the twist
Oh yeah I see it now!
go to monnerby post on thingiverse and you will see he has a lot of things in his head design.
Yes the bigger letters make it easier to see them!
more room in the head due to smaller servos, smoother eye movement,smoother mouth movement, more room to put speakers and microphones, less parts in the neck due to no gears, overall just a lot more room to add other items
Oh, is that all? :^) I’ll have to take a closer look at it as I would like to put an amplifier in there for the ear/speakers.
oldfarmhand posted an update 4 years, 9 months ago
This is Kim looking at her new head this is a combination of monnerby head and bhouston eyes I like the jaw and neck movement of monnerby’s design and the eye movement of bhouston’s design, Thanks to both of them for sharing their files and of course thanks to Gael for all of his help and vision .(note the logo on left shoulder)
Very nice picture, oldfarmhand. It would be really great if you could post a video showing the difference in movement between the nominal and monnerby heads. Barring that, how would describe the difference?
Hi Kenneth. Really nice to see that you spent the time to reprint the head,and that you like the result.
Hello InMoov Kim!!
very nice looking prints!
looks good! i\’m printing them to put on kim
You are going to print the new release with bigger letters. Please send a picture of Kim with his shoulder cover 🙂
I called my InMoov Airwin
oldfarmhand posted a new activity comment 4 years, 10 months ago
That looks like a very good design I really like the eye movement
Sorry for posting so fast Just got excited when I saw the pictures from your trip you posted, when do you think you will release them?
I got totally excited myself when finally I could mount them on my InMoov.
Yes I will release them. A few little things to modify, specially where the clavi potentiometer rotates, and also the battery holder needs to go a little lower to let access to the power cable of the Tablet.
oldfarmhand posted an update 4 years, 10 months ago
O wow the new back looks great! cant wait to get my hands on those STL files!
Thanks oldfarmhand, I was planning to upload some more pictures…
WOW! i dint know that thanks so much for the help
Hello Gael nice to hear from you! I was trying to get chat bot to work and kwatters ( smart guy ) had me to go to another version of MRL to get chat bot to work which it did but then when i tried to use the inmoov section of that version of MRL see (description) The following line should be using the MarySpeech to do speech synthesis. The only…[Read more]
Just to let you know, if you don’t already, you can create a new folder/directory for each version of MRL. This way you can keep a folder with a working version and set a beta version in another folder for to test new things.
This avoids crunching a good working version.
In C/myrobotlab folder I have:
Yes i have tried it the program works good i’m sure, Too many people use it the problem is i cant seem to get a handle on how to make it work i’m good at manufacturing and bad at programing. There are so many tutorials out there for MRL and when you try to follow one and apply what you learned you find out its outdated and…[Read more]
oldfarmhand‘s profile was updated 4 years, 10 months ago
This is kim ( sure doesn’t look like a girl, must be a athlete ) like i said I’m running out of things to print I’ve been avoiding the electronics I just cant seem to get MRL to work right. But they have been working day and night to get a new version out one i hope that i can make work, can’t wait for that
Welcome Kim 🙂
Do you try MRL 1.0.107 ?
It’s the “official working version with Gaël scripts”
You can Dowload it on this page : http://inmoov.fr/how-to-start-myrobotlab/
Hi Kim, Hi oldfarm,
Very awesome progress on your build!!
Last time we were on the shoutbox of MRL we did solve some of your problems of power issue, and you seemed to finally get your servos to work properly.
You are still having trouble to get your InMoov working?
oldfarmhand posted an update 4 years, 11 months ago
I\’ve finally printed my way down to the stomach (Started at the finger) and I was wondering when you might release the abdomen like i saw on your video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G8FDBgAxu0 I sure am looking forward to it. Now About those legs 🙂
Thanks for giving this project
We want pictures!!! Ehehe!
As you may have read on the forum, I didn’t release these parts because they are directly related to the leg mechanisms which are under development. These parts are obsolete for that matter, I rather upload the parts when I’m sure to be satisfied the whole structure.
But be happy, I have been working on InMoov’s back,…[Read more]