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Markus posted an update 1 day, 19 hours ago
Robyn Inmoov at Maker Mela in India
juerg posted an update 1 week, 2 days ago
Marvin fixing itself
LOL…. great video Juerg…. Glue maybe but I wouldn’t let Marvin near a soldering iron if I were you… I really need to learn how to prepare and edit video… On my list of things to learn this year…
Richard posted an update 1 week, 5 days ago
@admin Hi Gael, I was watching the stomach video and you mention the mid stomach need a way to reverser the polarity the following product allow that.
That won’t work for this application for a few reasons… First and foremost no two servos accurately position the same… And if they don’t they tend “fight” each other… A second reason is you would have to solder the pot to both circuit boards… again, won’t work… see reason 1… The simplest and only way is to follow the tutorial Gael wrote….
Richard posted an update 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Assembling Head, working on eye Assembly
Hello Richard,,, I’m pretty sure your skull cap is on backwards,,,, or mirrored,,,, or-the parts are back-to-front and on the wrong side,,,,, actually ,,,I’m not sure how the hell you done that,,,lol
Thank you, I will look at drawings
No worries,, It was like a lava Lamp I couldn’t stop staring at it,, I had the same problem in the 3d software to get the right orientation of the parts ,,,, it took me quite a few attempts before I got it right,,,
Fixed, Thank you
Markus posted an update 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Robyn Inmoov packing for India
Cool video Markus,
Have lot of fun in India with Robyn
Richard posted an update 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Finished printing Neck, Torso, Top Stomach
JP posted an update 1 month ago
I have fixed the small gap in the forehead.
It was easy with the heat gun en some CA glue.
Now the attention wont be drawn to the shadow in the for head as much
Markus posted an update 1 month ago
Robyn inmoov alternativ Wheels
Nice work,,,, are the -Mecanum Wheels- on the other side any good..?- I v seen them on other projects and was wondering are they an improvement over the wheel or do they just look really cool,,,,,
akash dixit posted an update 1 month ago
hey my ADHVIK 1.0 (InMoov family )hand is ready now
@bretzel59 i am making bisep so HS-805BB This servo is so costly can i use any cheap servo alternate of this if yes then please provide me the link of that
Nope,,,, HS-805BB are the cheapest out there for their size,,, prices are all over the place with servos-,, have a look at quite a few web-shops before buying- you should be paying around $35usd for them- but check out the “postage cost” before buying ,,,
I use the HK15338. They are the same size and cost $15 USD. Available in the US too.
That”s a good price,,, they work alright,,?
Everything is a tradeoff. They are basically clones and can be modified in the same way as the 805’s.
A little less torque, a little less speed but definitely usable. I have been happy with them.
Try these ones, they are the same as the HS-805’s but only $27 USD.
Cool,,, I’ll get a couple of them for testing,,, at that price i can fry/destroy them without worrying about it,,,, going to use these in the end (see link) ,, providing i don’t find a problem with them- there a Australian clone of the Savox ,,,, but beefed up,,, not down,,,, bit pricey ,,, but the torque is good, and got the 7.2v option too…[Read more]
for the large servos I strongly recommend using heat-up fuses so it stops the current before burning up the servo. I anyway had expected that these servos would come with overload protection but the manufacturers seem to like them burning out …
i am making bisep so HS-805BB This servo is so costly can i use any cheap servo alternate of this if yes then please provide me the link of that
JP posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago
After a long long time I have restarted my inmoov.
I had some alignment issues with the PLA parts but i re-calibrated every thing and now I can restart this winter project again.
The only thing I have’nt figured out is how to get rid of the big gaps in the head en the chest plates.
Maybe al need to glue them together.
My pistons are making a loud…[Read more]
at least for the head you might find alternate parts that help to reduce the gaps. you can also try to fill the gaps with filler, 3d filament pistols or use a dremel filled with short filament pieces and do something like smoldering the pieces together. be prepaired to do a lot of sanding to get a good result
When It comes to using fillers/putty’s- there’s basically 4 types- stuff you use for -plaster board- in home building /renovation work– and there’s -Model putty- and there’s also the type for auto repairs with fibreglass reinforcement and a version without fibreglass reinforcement – and there’s Plaster Of Paris and Moulding Types
The Plaster boa…[Read more]
I think I am going to attack it with a heat-gun and slowly heat up some parts and see if I can bend some parts a bit in to shape.
To be honest I don’t really like a smooth baby bottom head
Getting the gaps closer together is enough for me.
I will post some pictures when it done.
Funny you should say that,,, I’m not a fan of putty’s and paints either on my 3d printed stuff,,, my father was a panel beater back when car where made of Metal and I’ve done Moulding/ Home Renovation work before so I got pretty knowledge of putty’s / Fillers and Plaster,,,, Got a top of line heat Gun to fix parts that are warp are need a little…[Read more]
Marten de Groot posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago
I like to include the FSR (Force Sensitive Sensor) to all my finger servo’s.
For the starter_kit I’ve re-designed some servo adapter things, to make it possible to slide the servo forwards/backwards.
Next step, is the position-holder for the FSR.
To get a idea how it looks:…[Read more]
BTW, the setup will be the same like this:
First servo slider test run:
tomorrow I hope to add the (to big) FSR sensor and see what it will do
(I’m still waiting for the smaller FSR’s)
nice to see you are working on this. can’t really see from the picture how the servo will be able to move. is it mounted on the blue part? but then it would need 2 screw holes on each side in the blue part?
and just realize that I do not know what servo make/type you are using.
The servo is mounted with two screws to the blue part.
the blue part has the option to slide in the light grey part.
Here you will see both parts separated:
The servo which I’m using, is this…[Read more]
Richard posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago
I started last week printing the Torso almost done, I will jump to the top stomach next.
Does any know how to place your self on the InMoov World Map?
Click on the home page http://inmoov.fr/
Mid-way down you will see “Builders near you”
how do i place a marker on the map
Yes, how do I place a marker on the map.
Unfortunately it looks like you no loner can. Perhaps try reaching out to Leonardo?
Thank you, all
Markus posted an update 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Robyn Inmoov at Karlstad CCC
akash dixit posted an update 1 month, 3 weeks ago
can i got the python script of inmoov right hand and forarm voice controll ?
i am making inmoov right hand so can i get the Tensioner.stl file for it please i am not getting it anywhere can you please provide me the link of it
You have to look harder… http://inmoov.fr/inmoov-stl-parts-viewer/?bodyparts=Forearm-and-Servo-Bed
Markus posted an update 2 months ago
Robyn Inmoov samsung gear 360 test
juerg posted an update 2 months, 1 week ago
A moveable base and a planned escalator for Marvin. Don’t want to drive around with Marvin in scary heights.
andrew posted an update 2 months, 1 week ago
can fix chest and back files i need download. thank you
Tried to win a bike in a foto competition but it looks like they had no robot in the jury
Thanos’s profile was updated 2 months, 2 weeks ago
andrew posted an update 2 months, 2 weeks ago
hi i wanted the same adruino like the Gael Langevin but i cant find some one knows where can i find if you dont know than please give a link or somthing for very good and cheap adruino . And i wanted ask abot the where can i buy the same servos what he use or give ling too for very good and cheap i dont like made in china but may I will buy. thank…[Read more]
You can get Arduino’s at Amazon or Adafruit. There are literally tons of places in the US to get them. As I said below, just Google these. Hobby King is a good place to look for servos
hi thanks i have a question about the adriano what is better what he have on his finger starter or new what they sell i not see much anymore what he have
Dude, you already asked the same question 2 days… Perry and Bob have answered you. Just buy one or a couple and be done. No need to be so paranoid about where you buy as even the eBay Chinese copies work fine….
I don’t know where you are located so I do nt know the best place for you to buy parts. Gael has a bom section that list the parts. Just search for them. I use Google in the United States.
i am located at United States in New York, Long island , Levittown
Here’s one place you can get everything you need for the electronics for InMoov.
hi may some one give more information i want the best bu not expensive too i wanted the same like he have but may i will not find
Thank you Bob Houston
Dimitris posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Looks great. Really nice prints.
Thanks a lot! Perry!
Very nice work Dimitris!!
andrew posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago
hi.in left arm what parts i need print with left or wothou Word left. there is the same words but there is some two the same parts one is with left on is without. please help.
Print these parts for the Right hand and Forearm;
Print these parts for the Left Hand and Forearm;
Cole posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago
I’ve spent the last few weeks assembling the head and it seems to be coming along well! I do have a question about the eyes though. I did some closer inspection on the eye mechanism and I realized the eyes tend to rub on the lower part of the eye opening. I’ve tried adjusting the height of the mechanism and nothing seems to fix it. Bel…[Read more]
can’t you simply position the piece eye to nose v5 a bit higher on the nose?
That is what I had to do.
The eyes are definitely too low, either you have the EyeToNoze, set too low, or you have inverted some pieces, like the Eyesupport from left to right and vice versa. Somebody and the forum had a similar issue.
hi i cant get both hand stl its can find can someone help me
Go to the Hand Forearm page under “Build yours” and click on the Left Hand -View Tab
Or look in the Galery tab for the InMoov LIBRARY of STL:
juerg posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Local Newspaper Interview (sorry, live in middle Europe
Marvin zum Beispiel. Nachdem Jürg Maier ihm das passende Kommando gegeben hat, streckt Marvin die Hand aus, neigt den Kopf in Richtung seines Gesprächspartners und sagt mit monotoner Stimme: „Ich bin glücklich einem Menschen die Hand geben zu können.“ Marvin ist ein lebensgroßer humanoid…[Read more]
Thanks for sharing.
You look like two good friends shaking hands!
Richard posted an update 2 months, 4 weeks ago
good day, I\\’m Richard and new to inmoov And I\’ve started, getting compiler error
In file included from MrlComm.h:8:0,
MrlServo.h:4:19: fatal error: Servo.h: No such file or directory
Thank you for any help
Hi Richard. Try this guide. I hope it helps. http://myrobotlab.org/content/uploading-mrlcomm-arduino-0
The file servo.h should come with the installation of the Arduino IDE.
Thank you, The problem is the new Arduino 1.7.11, it’s a compiler problem when including a library from within a library. I place a reference in the INO the resolve that problem but open others. Thank you
Mats Önnerby posted an update 2 months, 4 weeks ago
I made a small upgrade of the shoulder servo. The small potentiometer broke, so I use a larger potentiometer with a 6mm shaft. It’s the olny part that I have changed,but I think the same principle can be used on all potentiometers. The new potentioneter can rotate 270 degrees instead of the original 180 degrees, so the servo mapping has to be…[Read more]
That for sure is a safe pot!!
But you didn’t use my latest pot holders, that means your parts can no longer fit PivTit and RotTit of the latest version…
I guess, it’s because you already had PivTit and RotTit printed from the previous version. I like your little potentiometer board option, it’s handy for to simply disconnect.
I added two versions of the pot holder to Thingiverse. They fit the latest version of the shoulder. One version is without the cable guide and the other with the cable guide.
Great Mats !
akash dixit posted an update 3 months ago
hey Gael,i am also making inmoov as you have seen my previous video of figure starter so now i know arduino,C++ very well so i want to know which language i should to get better confidence on inmoov should i learn Python or Java ??
If you will use MyRobotLab, then Python is good, so that you can use the services that already exists. If you want to develop new or change services, you need to learn Java. So my advice is start with Python, then move on to Java. Both Java and C++ are object oriented languages. Since you already know C++ you have a very good start.
Marten de Groot posted an update 3 months ago
Before I can start with my complete InMoov, I need to upgrade my UM2 filament spool-holder.
I’ve ordered some COLORFABB_XT spools with 2.2kg filament
Not sure if XT filament is the right choice for some mechanical parts.
yep… Colorfabb is great stuff, iv tried every brand/type out there ,, i do a lot of printing,,, In Australia i use “Blueprinted” filaments which is pretty good quality for a cheap filament Colorfabb is hard to get here and its bloody expensive..
I only use PLA you would surprised how tough the stuff when printed correctly – you wont have any…[Read more]
Thanks for your information.
I get lucky to live in the Netherlands, the shipping costs are free when I order one spool.
And with the 2.2kg spools it’s 30% less in price.
I’m sure I need to play with some settings (temps and max speed).
I hope to start this evening with some tests
I’ve used CollorFabb PLA for some time now and this prints…[Read more]
Its worth having a go at trying other other filaments but iv found you really cant beat good quality PLA when its printed correctly,, its hard so its good for gears and moving parts It prints like a dream compered to other filaments,,, and it doesn’t destroy the planet,,,
I’v been R&D on 3d printers full-time for about 4 years now, mainly on d…[Read more]
CollorFabb PLA is good material anyway.
XT can handle a higher temp when it’s printed, this part is a positive thing if InMoof stays for a long day in sunlight.
So maybe I will use XT for some outside parts and all others with PLA
Marten de Groot posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago
The new printed shaft fits well and it looks that it can handle the rotation.
Nice. I am printing up my version now. See my post above.
This is certainly getting along well !!
Following your progress from close by, Marten!
So, the new hexagonal shaft / Small_Gear and Servo_adapter files are uploaded
I will test this soon and will share a video later this week.
Thanx Marteen you are very fast, Great
Haha If the time is there, it can be go fast
How about you, any progress with your “Right” hand ?
slow but sure, when I finish it , you will know, Marten