• Team Sammy posted a new activity comment 2 years ago

    you can get a dremel and some 600 grit maybe 400 grit sanding set. The screw can be honed down to fit correctly. This will give you better operation later. Our team has had to fit everything by hand because of the tight fit.

    • My first screw parts were an extremely tight fit. I put it in a vice and used a wrench to wind it in and out, eventually it got better. After that I printed everything with .15 layers and all is so much better. No problem with any of the pieces fitting since.

  • Team Sammy posted an update 2 years ago

    Right arm is completed and nearly assembled, chest insides are assembled and we are setting up the arm servos again (we missed a portion of the steps somehow and had to back up a bit.
    We have 95% of the parts printed but unfortunately, we had one team member drop out of school leaving us with only two people to complete this project in 3 weeks!…[Read more]

  • Team Sammy posted a new activity comment 2 years, 3 months ago

    It’s going to be dictated by how much you’re willing to spend. The requirements for the size put you into a different level than simply cheap crap but do keep in mind you get what you pay for with these. Look at your future use and know that there are a ton of parts to print..then assemble. The better the machine, the better it’ll look and the…[Read more]

  • We have our right hand, wrist and forearm assembled. After waiting for nuts and bolts to arrive we are going to start having lots more fun soon!