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Matt Davis posted an update 2 years, 6 months ago
Sharing these servos. FeeTech FT5335M Mega Giant Scale Servo, for $41.97 via @amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WSX3681/?tag=davvidgrapr09-20
Thanks for sharing. Have you used these in your InMoov? Is so, what did they fit like and how did they appear to perform?
Matt Davis posted an update 5 years, 8 months ago
Cool great progress!! Too bad you couldn’t get more rolls at once!
Matt Davis posted an update 5 years, 9 months ago
this months Inmoov update
Very cool Davis! Can’t wait to see the head mounted on the torso.
Matt Davis posted a new activity comment 5 years, 9 months ago
brilliant, i knew i was hanging on to that broken chair base for some reason. Now i know what it is!
Exactly! Chair bases of the world, unite! You now have a purpose!
Matt Davis posted a new activity comment 6 years, 3 months ago
Gael, I wanted to thank you for all your work. You have inspired me and excited me about robotics. yes, I plan on finishing it. I\’m just getting started!
Matt Davis posted an update 6 years, 3 months ago
Very good Matt!
Following your progress, do you plan on building the rest?
Gael, I wanted to thank you for all your work. You have inspired me and excited me about robotics. yes, I plan on finishing it. I’m just getting started!
Matt Davis posted a new activity comment 6 years, 5 months ago
nice eyes. how can it see if they are screens? do you have a camera mounted somewhere else?
If I decide to go this route, a camera will be mounted inside Inmoovs forehead. the color of the eyes can also be changed, red, cats eyes etc………..
Matt Davis posted an update 6 years, 5 months ago
I am super excited to be working on making an imoov robot. making mine in transparent red pla and black abs. so far i got one arm printed but still have to get the electronics figured out. Im going to keep on printing after Christmas.
Now adding some tendons and some motors will be the next step!
PS: When you assemble the hand with tendons, it needs to be mounted on the other side of the rotational wrist. Check this image:
I don’t now who’s the kid, but I think he is ready to see it move!