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Balse posted an update 10 years ago
I’m wondering if there is a way to get the original Blender Files? Or are those proprietary???
Hi Balse, this is a recurrent question on the forum. 🙂 Unfortunatly I design everything with Blender and my files are a real mess made of exported STL’s and re-imported STL’s., I do not want to share them, also because they contain almost all of my iterations and what I’m working on for the legs. Too many personal things in there. 🙂
Thank you very much for your answer. And before I say anything else, this is by far the most exiting 3D Printing Project I ever saw!!! Thank you very much for your effort, and your willingness to share your work!!! As for the original Files, I thought something like this. Otherwise, I’m shure I would have found them somewhere here…
I have a quick question.
On the WristlargeV3 Part there are slots in this part directly behind where the two heavy bolts for fingers and thumbs end.
I guess those are for nuts who receive the both heavy M8 Bolts.
Is that correct??? If so. What kind of Nuts have you guys in there??? I can’t get mine (std m8 nut) to fit. Even after extensive…[Read more]
I don’t know with which material your are printing. But I personally don’t use bolts and nuts, I just print the “bolts and entretoise” and push them in. I’m using ABS.
I’m printing with a Replicator 2 with PLA. I printed and used the bolts and entretoise for a while. But I personally really really like the look of heavy metal bolts within the intricate white plastic construction 😉
Very exiting stuff you have going one here 😉
Great Project!!! I can’t wait to build this awesome Machine!!!
As a little contribution I added the Part “inMoov Wrist Gear Standard Servo Mount” to Thingiverse. Hope anyone can use it…
Very nice! Glad to see derivatives. One little suggestion would be to keep the top knob part I made on the original gear file. It avoids loosing step when pressure is applied to the wrist.
You are absolutely right with your suggestion. V2 is available at Thingiverse.