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Hartwig posted an update 3 years, 9 months ago
Posting the link does not work ( inappropriate word) 🙁 . Search for JX Servo in the group, post from today.
I was asked about how to modify the JX Servos, so I compiled a shortHow To and posted the PDF in the english forum. Can’t upload PDF´s here. Please follow this link
Thanks for sharing and helping others!
Your PDF is now available on the build pages:
Shoulder and Torso
Hartwig posted an update 3 years, 10 months ago
Just finished the left shoulder. This time I used JX – Servos. They have a solid metal gear and it\’s very easy to modify them.
Nice ! I just passed my first test using external battery power and nervo board. Next step is finish the servo setup for the arm. For now I’m using the recommendation but let’s see if it’s difficult to extract the potentiometer. Will share video soon ! 🙂
Good luck 🙂 If you need I can post some pictures about how to modify the servo.
Would be great if you can share some pictures about
Bad Buoy posted an update 4 years, 6 months ago
Oh K here it is
oO I like the orange neck. have you started with any electronics yet?
Actually i had a few servos sitting around from other projects and setting up the eye mechanism , jaw and neck also have the all cameras will be working more on that part next week , right now i am doing a crash course in myrobotlab which i wae not familiar with, i been using other programs , but so far no problem , trying to get the prints done…[Read more]
Hartwig posted an update 4 years, 6 months ago
This is my IOS programming environment
I’m still making progress developing an iOS app to control a robot. Thank you Gael, InMoov is a great platform to do this kind of experiments.
I choose MQTT as a wireless communication protocol between the app and the Bot. On the Inmoov side routes a raspberry PI 3+ the protcol to the nervo boards. A web s…[Read more]
This is wonderful! great work. I look forward to seeing your progress.
Working on head torso and arms assembly
prove it 😛
I am new to this how do i add pics
figured it out no probs
right on! where abouts you located? southern Idaho here.
Paul Swingewood posted an update 4 years, 6 months ago
The right angle pins have finally arrived 🙂
I broke my printer so had to make a new part with the help of my Dad.
ask your dad to make all the parts of InMoov with some serious material!
More Eyes. I think I need to lose the blue LED.
More Eyes and HD camera mount. I coloured the eyes with a permanent marker. Will repaint when I can get some paint.
Yes the eye holders are upside down!!
Looks Great, I am pretty much same spot as your are in the build. what did you use to hold down the cameraboard? the holes are tiny, I was thinking about some silicone to hold them in place but maybe the middle eye part will hold it down tight enough.
I used a little hot glue to hold it in place on the corners.
Starting the eyes 🙂
More head and neck. Not happy with the skull cover. They have warped – need a reprint
Head and Neck update
Paul Swingewood posted an update 4 years, 7 months ago
I’m waiting for the 3 pin right angle headers. Whilst I wait I made a test lead. Here I am testing voice command to control a servo.
Started the head
The other pics…..
Latest work. I know realise I have the wrong servo in the wrist and the wrist shell is upside down. Thankfully I haven’t connected all the tendons yet 🙂
Paul Swingewood posted an update 4 years, 8 months ago
Servos have arrived but still no braided line. Started work on bicep.
I have hundreds of meters of 300lb 1mm braided if you need some?
The 250lb line finally arrived 🙂
More progress. Still awaiting servos.
Progress so far.
Frank Durham posted an update 4 years, 8 months ago
I wish there were an simple instructions going step by step. but things change so things end up being different a little here, and a little there.
My question is . .I read and pick up bits here and there. and it seems I Need 2 Nervo and components one for each side.. But if I purchase 2 Nervo Boards with Components do I still need to purchase…[Read more]
A little confused. This is the LeftCableHolderWristV5. I can’t see how this part is fitted. The tutorial says to glue this to the servo? but it appears to have mounting holes and what is the longer ‘tab’ for?
Attach one side with the servo with the screw
please see :http://inmoov.fr/new-wiring-design-for-the-hand/
good luck !
I am trying to install the MyRobotLab software as per the instructions here –>
However, when I run the .bat file it stops at this line
Can anyone tell me what\’s wrong please?
Hi all, Just starting out with this exciting project. Had a \’cheap\’ 3D printer for Christmas and have finally calibrated it and printed the hand and forearm components. Setting up the Mega2560 and getting to grips with a bit of software. Im awaiting deliver in the InMoov PCB\’s 🙂 – I\’ll post some pics as soon as I figure out how. – Paul
Good Luck Paul .. keep us updated to any issues you find that we should be aware of while building the arms. I’m just starting mine. but I started with the head 1st .. lol