• Keukpa posted a new activity comment 1 year ago

    LOL – That’s cool!

  • Keukpa posted a new activity comment 1 year ago

    🙂 I’m in the processing of using a new eye mechanism so hoping it will fix his eyes. 🙂

  • Keukpa posted a new activity comment 1 year ago

    It is indeed! 🙂 It’s soooo cool to see these come together. Exciting times indeed! Thanks for the great work! 😀

  • Keukpa posted a new activity comment 1 year ago

    I think he needs a nice squidgy butt 🙂 Something comfy for him to sit on.

  • Keukpa posted an update 1 year ago

    LEGS!!!

    The Pole is too short to put his feet on, but I’ll buy a new one tomorrow 😀

    • Fantastic!!
      Your printer must be smoking hot by now!
      Oh, may I suggest you do something quick about his eyes.
      It hurts me to see his eyes like this.
      🙂

      • Keukpa replied 1 year ago

        🙂 I’m in the processing of using a new eye mechanism so hoping it will fix his eyes. 🙂

      • hello @admin
        J ai bientôt fini la jambe gauche .Peut tu me dire combien mesure InMoov sur ses jambes . Afin de refaire la potence.

        I soon finished the left leg. Can you tell me how much InMoov measures on his legs. To rebuild the gallows.

    • Awesome work,,, -Looking forward to seeing a lot Pictures being posted from builder,,,,

  • Keukpa posted an update 1 year, 1 month ago

    Legs are coming together….

    • Woouiii, I can see that your printer is kept busy!

      • Keukpa replied 1 year ago

        It is indeed! 🙂 It’s soooo cool to see these come together. Exciting times indeed! Thanks for the great work! 😀

  • Keukpa posted a new activity comment 1 year, 5 months ago

    This looks amazing! What did you use / how did you smooth the parts and make the head one piece? 🙂

    • Hi, I combined parts prior to printing then I sanded, filled, sanded, and painted the major parts.

  • Keukpa posted an update 1 year, 7 months ago

    I didn’t like the Kinect sensor, it is a faff to get it working, and it needs 12v and splicing, so I decided to fit the ASUS Pro sensor, runs on USB @ 5v, much easier to integrate.