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amby posted an update 3 years, 11 months ago
i find this articulation interesting
no idea, what is this good for?
@Juerg, I’m guessing Amby sees it for the torso and stomach displacements.
The two armonics drive must be for the shoulders. Though when you know how much an armonic drive cost, you back off a little. 🙂
@Amby, yes, it is on that U-joint principle that I had designed the stomach rotations.
amby posted an update 4 years ago
my robot with plateform
Very good progress Amby with your robot! Is the wheel platform large enough to keep the robot in balance when you drive it around?
hello gael thank you yes the wheels plateform is enough for balance
all is ok with my prototype cardboard so now i start to build in wood
amby posted an update 4 years, 1 month ago
hello you can see my video about my easy plateform here
you can see battery removable easy when it is discharge change by a new
Nice idea with the rechargeable batteries. What kind of motors are you using?
Very nice Amby!
It seems to have good speed with those electric car motors.
I really like your battery idea,! If I wouldn’t fly the globe with my InMoov robot, I would go for your solution!
Unfortunately we may not carry batteries like that in planes. The very common 6VAh batteries can be bought almost in every country, so when I arrive in a…[Read more]
Fantastic Amby, Whaoo two motors and two batteries !, you are ready for the InMoov Racing 🙂
@ bob hello i use a toy moto like this
i find 2 in trash so i take motor for free
battery change easy when the battery is empty
@ gael hello gael is very fast this motor for robot but i can drive slowly
yes this plateform is…[Read more]
hello everybody i build a plateform for inmoov it is a very easy plateform very cheaper
it is my first prototype in card board so if some people are interested i can send you plans
Nice work! It is amazing what you do with cardboard ! Can you share some information about the motors you used?
Amby the King of Cardboard!
As I commented on your post on MyRobotLab, you could make Thingy on Thingiverse with the DXF and all informations of the motors, wheels and sources. Some builders could reproduce it in PVC or plexiglas.
hello gael yes of course a can give everybody plans for built it this plateform very cheap but in first i builf in cardboard for prototype and when all is ok i give plans and informations
i design a connectors for wheels and motor
so i use a motorcycle for children find in trash a small bicycle children find in trash and i use a batterie for drill…[Read more]
I love to see videos!!
amby posted an update 4 years, 5 months ago
i do a short video first test how work my leg but is not finich again it is a prototype again
I see that you are becoming a 3d printer master after being the king of cartboard.
I’m guessing what we see is for the knee rotation, correct?
Did you finally use the motors of the drills you bought or is it with a servo.
yes you are true gael it is for knee
yes i am always the king of cardboard lol i do all my tests with cardboard and when it is good i do on abs
i use a drill motor for castorama 11 euros motor batterie charger ans very strong
hello the world it is so long time i dont give some new it is because il work to build my legs about the robot
Ehi nice project Amby! some videos in action!! And specification details!
Controlled by MyRobotLab?
Other builders will love that.
thank you gael i working to find a nice solution for my ankle and i do a video after for show everybody and in opensource 🙂
amby posted an update 4 years, 8 months ago
very nice your legs
it is possible to see a video work
amby posted an update 5 years, 1 month ago
my birthday so happy
Hey cool, you got a InMoov cap!!
salut gael oui on m a fait cadeau de ta casquette je pensais ne pas l avoir et je l ai eu super content en plus elle est tip top comme j aime
Topissime la casquette
amby posted an update 5 years, 2 months ago