• jaffa posted a new activity comment 13 hours, 16 minutes ago

    Great video! Thank!

  • jaffa posted a new activity comment 1 day, 23 hours ago

    Ray, thanks a lot for the nice explanation.

    • It helps to be an Electrician when looking at things like Power 🙂
      Voltage drop is something that is not well understood by most builders, or a lot of electricians as well 🙂
      I did have my Inmoov Fred try to explain it:

      I hope that link help you and others out a bit 🙂

      Ray

  • jaffa posted an update 1 week, 2 days ago

    Hello everyone,
    me again. I’m looking now at which power supply I need to take. The hardware map says that a 6v 60amps power supply is currently used, while it is also offered that 50 amps can be used. Now my question is which is better and whether 60amps will damage the whole electronics or it is only important what is the output voltage and that…[Read more]

    • That Amps rating is the Maximum the Power Supply Unit (PSU) can supply, the voltage is the one that can blow things up.
      You want the 6V output, most of the gear used in an Inmoov will tolerate a 6V supply, most don’t like going too low.
      If you try and draw more than the PSU’s maximum current, the output voltage will drop, and all the electronics…[Read more]

      • Ray, thanks a lot for the nice explanation.

        • It helps to be an Electrician when looking at things like Power 🙂
          Voltage drop is something that is not well understood by most builders, or a lot of electricians as well 🙂
          I did have my Inmoov Fred try to explain it:

          I hope that link help you and others out a bit 🙂

          Ray

  • jaffa posted a new activity comment 3 weeks, 1 day ago

    Surely! 😀

  • jaffa posted a new activity comment 3 weeks, 2 days ago

    Thank you so much!

  • jaffa posted an update 3 weeks, 4 days ago

    Greeting,
    I have a question regarding the braided fishing line. Namely, wherever I look, there is no exact size of 0.8 mm and it is 200 lb, will it create problems if the dimensions are 0.75 mm and that it is 200 lb?
    Thank you in advance

    • The major consideration is the ability to handle the tension applied.
      When you consider the pulling force required, it is quite understandable.
      The diameter is not anywhere near as important.
      as ling as you can feed it through a 2mm hole and the line will hold 200lb or 90Kg, then you should be all good.

  • jaffa posted an update 1 year, 4 months ago

    Hello everyone.

    I would like just to ask how much white filaments and how much black filaments do I need to print entire inmoov robot ? If it is possible to tell in measure kg (kilograms)? I saw in hardware mape that says about 4kg for white filament and about 2kg for black filament.I am asking just to be sure.

    Thank you in advance.

  • jaffa‘s profile was updated 1 year, 5 months ago

  • jaffa posted an update 1 year, 5 months ago

    Hello everybody 🙂

    I am a new member here and would like to find out some information. I’m wondering what type of filament is better for this inmoov project. ABS or PLA?
    I also want to ask how long it takes to get all the parts printed with a single 3d printer.

    Thank you in advance.

    • Hello and welcome,
      My original InMoov is printed in ABS, but there is very good PLA today that is almost as flexible as the ABS.
      Regarding the time to print a complete InMoov torso, arms, hands, head with a single printer is: one month and a half. That is day and night printing with no issues with your parts during printing time.