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Wally posted an update 8 months, 1 week ago
Anyone have a list of the various stl part weights? Both abs and pla would be nice.
How would this be possible to answer… I mean since it would depend on infill % of each part… You really need to ask it this way… at say 50% infill, how much does “x” part way in PLA in ABS
Infill won’t be enough, what is your nozzle size and how many outline/perimeter shells do you intend to use? I assume it will be hard to find somebody who has all the parts separated or kept track of filament usage.
Another issue is failing parts. As most of the parts are individual you might need several attempts to print them successfully. And…[Read more]
Your slicer should tell you the amount of filament used and you can get the part weight for from that. You will have to do the work though. That way you will have exact weight for your print settings
Hay Guy”s,,, Here is a Piece of software from a Crazy Ukraine Dude that build a 3DPlatform just for that Purpose – Nice Bloke – check it out here – Well worth learning how to use it,,,
And here’s his Thingiverse account- https://www.thingiverse.com/Trigubovich/about
Wally posted an update 2 years, 2 months ago
This may be a taboo subject, although does anyone have a count on total parts that need to be printed up to date? ( I realize the project is not “complete” )
Not sure anymore, but at one point I had designed 194 parts. I guess it would be good to re-count to get an update.
Hello Wally and hello all the community of InMoov. We made a basic count about the printing hours you need to create (more or less) all the Robot, at 70 mm/sec and with a good quality printing (2/3 shells, 20% infill).
Maybe could be useful for all. Sorry it’s in italian but I think the meaning could be clear.
Chest & Back 60 ore macchina
I wonder if there are any handy programmers out there that could make an web based assembly / color picker simulator to use when trying to decide which color to print the parts and how they go together. Sort of an animated gif where the parts all expand outward with a slider to show the innards and placement. (I found myself printing a picture…[Read more]
It would be a great customizer to add on the site. If someone wants to developp it, we could integrate it!