This list is intended to let the builders know if I recently modified some parts.

Because this list is started on the 16/05/2016, many updates I have done since 5 years are not showing up here.

2016:

  • 16/05/2016 Added in the STL galery a folder containing my various STL supports for InMoov.
  • 16/05/2016 Modified RobServoBedV5 to V6 to enlarge a passthrough cable. Same for LeftRobServoBedV5 to V6.

 

  •  25/05/16 Modified all the forarm covers V3 to V4 to have a smooth surface, including wrist cover.
  • 25/05/16 Modified the Rotawrist3V2 to 3V3, smooth intern circle.

 

  • 27/05/16 Modified the PivTitV1 and RotTit to V2 to allow passthrough cable ribbons within the shoulders.
  • 27/05/16 Modified PivGearV3 to V5 to allow passthrough cable ribbons within the shoulders.
  • 27/05/16 Modified RotGearV4 to V5 to allow passthrough cable ribbons within the shoulders.
  • 27/05/16 Created new Potentiometer holder V2 to V3 to allow passthrough cable ribbons within the shoulders and to also use square potentiometer.

 

  • 05/06/2016 Uploaded all parts for the Back covers.
  • 05/06/2016 Modified the Eye ball to have various rings to create more human eyes, it also allows the use fish eye lens.
  • 05/06/2016 Modified the Eye ball support to have the eyes closer to the face holes, I also created and added a support to use horizontal webcam such as the HD LifeCam 3000 or 5000 from Microsoft.
  • 05/06/2016 Modified EyeSupportV4 to V5 to allow the use of SG90 and HXT900 servos.
  • 05/06/2016 Modified the rear of the Eye Glasses to fit the new Eye Ball.
  • 05/06/2016 Created a speaker case and support to fit behind the Jaw.

 

  • 21/06/2016 Modified Wristmall and LeftWristmall V3 to V4. One of the part was off Z level.

 

  • 28/06/2016 Modified RotaWrist1V3 to V4 to have smooth surface.
  • 28/06/2016 Modified RotaWrist2V2 to V3 to have smooth surface.
  • 28/06/2016 Modified WristGears3V4 to V5 to have smooth surface.

 

  • 04/08/2016 Uploaded two zip files in “How to start MyRobotLab”,  containing a working version 1.0.1412 of MyRobotLab that includes all gestures for ProgramAB and audiofiles. Included is a batch file to launch MRL automatically grabing your prefered script and killing all Java zombies.

 

  • 04/09/2016 Modified NeckHingeV1 to V2. It avoids hitting the boltings of the skull parts when rotating.

 

  • 17/09/2016 Added the files for the BackDoor. I also made a PowerBank support which can be used for various other purposes.

 

  • 22/09/2016 Added MidPotHolderSquareV1 for squarry potentiometer in the Mid Stomack library.

 

  • 17/10/2016 Uploaded two zip files in “How to start MyRobotLab”,  containing a working version 1.0.1723 KRAKEN of MyRobotLab that includes all gestures for ProgramAB and audiofiles . Included is a batch file to launch MRL automatically grabing your prefered script and killing all Java zombies. Adds battery level checking, face recognition and translation in different languages(translator requires ID and keys)

 

  • 18/01/2017 Modified the BatteryHolders to V5 for easy battery connection. And added a small BatteryPusher.

 

  • 31/05/2017 Modified GearHolderV1 to V2, for smoother surface rotation. Also ServoGearV1 to V2 and MainGearV1 to V2 for smoother surface.
  • 31/05/2017 Added USBCliker and USBRotater in the Back library. The purpose of those parts are to create a rotating dock for the Lenovo Tablet 8″. It is to be glued.

Comments 10

  1. Profile photo of Stefan

    The forearm cover updates are only uploaded to the Right/Left Hand Folder did take me some time to find them…the same STLs are in the old version in the Forearm and Servo Bed Folder.

    This is anyway always a little confusion with Hands in extra folders for left and right and for wrist and Forearm in folders where left and right is included.

  2. Profile photo of Gael Langevin

    Yes, I also thought it was always confusing, it is because of history. When I created the Servo Bed, I had to modify the forarms as well, at the time you could choose between two different systems to mount your servos, therefore, there was two different set of forarms.

    I now removed the forarms parts from the servo bed section in the gallery.

    • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

      Hi, I keep the microphone under the board and get it disabled in the device manager. Two options to fix the eyeball to the support, Glue or use very long thin screws. If you have burned out servos, you can scavenge their screws for that purpose.
      :)

        • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

          Hello Rob,
          As you may have noticed the Nervo boards are on backorder, that means they were not in stock when you purchased them.
          We received them this week and are cutting them in order to package them and ship them as soon as possible.
          Once shipped you will receive a tracking number.
          I hope this helps you to understand.

          Best regards,

  3. Profile photo of Mike Bunce

    Decided to remove the mic as not needed and by mounting the camera in the back of the eye with the back piece pushed right in prevents the iris clouding the corners of the image.
    I have decided to glue the camera to the eyeball and use some foam packers behind the camera board to keep it pushed forward then glue the eye to the holder. If the camera fails I’ll just need to reprint the eye parts and holder.

    Hope this helps other builders. Pictures to follow
    Mike

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