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SwanRobotics.com posted a new activity comment 9 months, 3 weeks ago
I only have made a video about the Eye mechanism. I am planning to do more video’s, but it’s a lot of work.
SwanRobotics.com posted an update 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Today I made a video about assembling the bicep. I hope it’s useful.
Do you have videos of all the parts you’ve put together thus far??
this one is great.. and to see all the parts put together… that would be even better 🙂
SwanRobotics.com posted a new activity comment 1 year, 8 months ago
SwanRobotics.com posted an update 1 year, 8 months ago
I finally made some progress on the inMoov robot after the crash 2 years ago.
Nice to see you’re working on him again. The picture after the fall was heartbreaking.
SwanRobotics.com posted a new activity comment 3 years, 10 months ago
Thank you. I have made a video indeed. I want to film the rest of the assembly also. I hope it helps others.
Very good, I like that!
SwanRobotics.com posted an update 3 years, 10 months ago
A PIR module added to my inMoov robot.
Thanks for posting your progress, I saw you’ve made a video as well.
Your Nervo Board is also nicely assembled!
Your InMoov is going to look awesome!
SwanRobotics.com posted a new activity comment 3 years, 11 months ago
@admin Thanks for the compliments. The boards where well package and survived the trip to the Netherlands easily. I have posted a review in the shop.
@mdg_nl. The solder tends to flow to two of the three pads. Maybe when there is a little offset in one of the three solder areas it could flow better. The bigger solder areas have a 90 degree angle and are easier to solder.
SwanRobotics.com‘s profile was updated 3 years, 12 months ago
SwanRobotics.com posted an update 3 years, 12 months ago
The summertime was not the best time to work on my inMoov robot, because of outdoor activities. But now it is getting cold and the Dutch weather is keeping me inside. It is time to moving forward again.
I ordered the Nervo Boards from the http://www.inMoov.fr website. I first ordered one set, because I wanted to see what the quality was. I was happy…[Read more]
Very nice and clean pictures Swan! This surely seems to be progressing well.
I looked on your blog also. You seem to be happy with the Nervo board and the way they are cut with my CNC. Was the package in good shape when it arrived?
I never had a complaint yet on my boards sold packages though, so it is more to have info.
You are welcome to post a…[Read more]
Thanks for sharing your experience with the NervoBoards.
I’m sure it’s easier how you did the Neck and Head plate soldering…
First soldering the headers to the Neck and Head plate and after to the NervoBoard.
About the solder-bridges in the power-line…
Normally it must be fine to solder them without any problems.
I will see for the…[Read more]
SwanRobotics.com posted an update 4 years, 5 months ago
inMoov has a Chest.
Thanks for posting!
SwanRobotics.com posted a new activity comment 4 years, 6 months ago
I had the PistonClavi already done a while ago. When they break I take the new ones.
I am almost there.
SwanRobotics.com posted an update 4 years, 6 months ago
Progress on my InMoov robot.
Very good progress!
You didn’t want to use the latest PistonClaviV3 which are less fragile?
The one you have will do the job, but they might weaken after sometime
Wooo almost there aren’t you!!
Why does it take so long?
Ahaha nice, it reminds me a video that Bob did:
More parts for my inMoov robot.
SwanRobotics.com posted a new activity comment 4 years, 7 months ago
Hi Gael, thanks for the complements. My Ultimaker is pretty reliable and almost never fails the print when I keep a close watch on the first layers. I don\’t print at night because of the noise. I hear everything, when I am asleep.
SwanRobotics.com posted an update 4 years, 7 months ago
Printed some parts this weekend of the right arm.
nice pieces! Do you let your printer run at night? To gain time it what I do, but my printer is so hacked that it is pretty reliable.
I cross my fingers
Hi Gael, thanks for the complements. My Ultimaker is pretty reliable and almost never fails the print when I keep a close watch on the first layers. I don’t print at night because of the noise. I hear everything, when I am asleep.
It\’s actually the Ultimaker original, but with a heated bed.
It was a productive weekend.
It’s actually the Ultimaker original, but with a heated bed.
SwanRobotics.com posted an update 6 years, 1 month ago
Post a picture, we want to see!
SwanRobotics uploaded a new picture: Status Head 6 years, 2 months ago
The head is coming along.
Cool, is it PLA or ABS?