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  • Hi everyone. Gael, I came across a great new article today by 3dprintingindustry.com about a project using Inmoov as an explorer connected to an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset allowing sick children to see the world remotely.…[Read more]

  • Don Kieffer posted a new activity comment 8 years, 2 months ago

    Welcome Fabiano. There are many accomplished and helpful people here. You will find allot of information in the forums and on youtube. Also you will find many of Inmoov parts which have been modified on http://www.thingiverse.com/search?q=inmoov&sa= . Cheers from Las Vegas

    • Hi Don, how are you? Sorry for not responding sooner, i would like to say thanks for welcoming me to the site. I been busy at work and yes I have been printing a lot of the items to start building my Inmoov. I have purchased a few things (hardware) but I am a little confused in the tension springs for the cables in the forearm. From the size I got…[Read more]

  • Don Kieffer posted a new activity comment 8 years, 2 months ago

    Welcome Pedro. Cheers from Las Vegas!

  • Don Kieffer posted a new activity comment 8 years, 2 months ago

    I agree with Gael. On some of the other smaller pistons I made before I realized it was a calibration issue I took very fine grit sandpaper and wrapped it around the piston, gripped firmly and twisted to remove of the excess til it worked in the receiver perfectly. Then I use a heat gun to apply a little heat and repeat the process with cheap…[Read more]

  • Hi all . Appreciate the new ideas like the teeth. I have been watching other Inmoov makers video on youtube. Thanks for all of you taking the time to make them. Very impressive and really helps me work through my project. I wanted to share a simple youtube video I found that may help with trying to fill in gaps, make repairs and modifications to…[Read more]

    • Hi Don
      Thanks for the link to Chucks method of joining pieces with a Dremel or other rotary tool. Tried it out on this rainy weekend and got much better results than expected – and that was without any longtime experience. Once you can master that process it opens lots of possibilities to enhance the surface of combined parts.