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Dimitris posted a new activity comment 3 years, 11 months ago
Try to sand using sandpaper all the gears to make them smooth enough to run free each other.
At this week end MakerFaire Lille, we got the shoulder parts printed at our neighboor’s printer. No filling required to assemble and to rotate the parts.
By default the shoulder can only rotate 180 degrees, that is because of the limitation of the servo potentiometer.
That being said the PivWormV2.stl should be able to turn 360 degrees…[Read more]
Thanks a lot! Perry!
Dimitris posted an update 3 years, 11 months ago
Looks great. Really nice prints.
Very nice work Dimitris!!
Dimitris posted a new activity comment 4 years ago
Finally you gave me work for days! I bought the new raspberry pi 3 with vnc already installed , but there is a bug. When i enable the vnc from config to have vnc at the startup ( i want to work from my tablet only) it does not run. Two days im trying to find a solution with no luck. today i did a contact with vnc support and they told me that is a…[Read more]
Thanks Gael!! You gave me a work to do this afternoon!!
Thank you Gael! It was a great weekend and we enjoy it!
Now i make a try with my new raspberry and Mrl but i want to find a way to remotely control the raspberry from a android tablet.
Do you know anything about it?
Dimitris posted an update 4 years ago
Leo on stage and a selfie of him!!! at a TV show.
Troopy as Hamilton and Dimitris with Aggelos
I like the picture of InMoov in the speed car. So now you have two InMoov build up, that is great work.
Me and Dimitris Xatzis with our friends Troopy and Leo at Athens Maker Faire
Two InMoov in Athenes for the Makerfaire!!
Leo on wheels also looks very clean.
I would go for a VPN control. It will work a bit like TeamViewer.
You might want to look here:
Building A Raspberry Pi VPN Part One: How And Why To Build A Server
Dimitris posted an update 4 years, 5 months ago
Dimitris posted a new activity comment 4 years, 5 months ago
Great job Markus!! I love your wheel platform, especially when i see Robyn driving!!
This is a wheel base i made for my inmoov robot. The basic idea is from Gaels wheel base.
You must have some welding skills to complete this base construction.
The servos i use is turnigy 1270HV 40kg.
You can find stl files for 3d printed parts at: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1548858
Dimitris‘s profile was updated 4 years, 5 months ago
Dimitris posted an update 4 years, 8 months ago
mods for turnigy 1270HV 40kg
Let us know how this goes.
I can’t seem to find if the turnigy 1270HV is analog or digital, I would need to search a little more and surely find the specs someplace.
But I’m guessing this is going to suck up much more Amps from your supply.
Better get a good 30 Amps+ supply for your built.
Dimitris posted a new activity comment 4 years, 8 months ago
Mr. Gael sorry for late answer but first my school and then my inmoov, as my daddy said. The mods need to change some pieces. My dad make new stls and i print them. I will post photos of them.
Thank you mr Gael !!! Our Mendel work all day and night ! Yes my sister put the neck for the pictures but we fixed it later.
Dimitris‘s profile was updated 4 years, 8 months ago
Thank you amby! This is turnigy 1270HV 40kg servo. With some mods it can fit perfect.
What are the mods you had to do to fit in the turnigy 1270HV 40kg?
Some builders have a hard time to gather the Hitec 805bb, if the mods are minor, I could add this servo in the alternative servo list.
This looks great and seems to run really well. I’ve become concerned about the application of servos this way. Have any had the drive shaft get pulled out of the servo in these linear actuator applications? What about the place where the little screw holds the servo horn onto the splined shaft, any failed there?
@Reece, mine has been running for nearly three years now and the servos are still doing fine.
The only thing that happens sometimes, the small screw that holds the horn wheel to the servo shaft gets loose, I bet using some blue Loctite component would solve the problem, but I never bought some to test.
That’s great, It was something that started bothering me the more I thought about it. I expect that for the service duty this is being put to that these are not a concern. I expect I’ve been among big machinery too long and with the self teaching over the years I’ve probably over analyzed this.
nice work what is this servo motor?
Hello Agelos and welcome!
Thanks for your pictures and your great built.
Printing on a Mendel Prusa!!
Carefull the neck is reverse mounted…