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Paul Hodara posted a new activity comment 2 years, 6 months ago
Paul Hodara posted an update 2 years, 6 months ago
Built and tested left arm and hand:
Very nice 🙂
Paul Hodara posted a new activity comment 2 years, 10 months ago
-0.15 Worked for me as well using Cura slicer and printing on Ender 3 V2.
Paul Hodara posted an update 2 years, 10 months ago
Having fun scripting some basic gestures.
Paul Hodara posted an update 2 years, 11 months ago
I am finishing up on the right arm. I had the Clavi servo (for the lateral lift) working perfectly but then it burned out. I am not sure why yet. I ordered a replacement servo.
Paul Hodara posted a new activity comment 2 years, 11 months ago
I agree with that philosophy, my father a physicist says \’The best way to learn something is to teach it\’! Regarding it falling over and breaking you could do what Boston dynamic does with a simple track on the ceiling and a safety cable, here is a video of one of their early prototypes: https://youtu.be/SD6Okylclb8
I can’t attach the track to the ceiling in my home (the wife would kill me 🙂 ) but I did build a frame on casters that can help support the robot when I first start testing. 🙂
Very impressive you put in a lot of quality work !
Paul Hodara posted a new activity comment 3 years ago
Excellent info clearly explained!
This project will take a while to complete.
I’m trying to work through all the possible design considerations including the maths.
Last thing I want is for my Inmoov robot to fall over and break. 🙂
I’m working on the basis, if I can explain it to others, then I have a reasonable understanding myself.
Also, if I have made an error, someone may…[Read more]
I agree with that philosophy, my father a physicist says ‘The best way to learn something is to teach it’! Regarding it falling over and breaking you could do what Boston dynamic does with a simple track on the ceiling and a safety cable, here is a video of one of their early prototypes: https://youtu.be/SD6Okylclb8
Just a quick test. You have a good eye.
Paul Hodara posted an update 3 years ago
Now implementing voice recognition and AI software (NOT). You will need to turn up audio for this video. See if you are as smart as the all-knowing plastic hand.
It’s Alive! or at least an involuntary reflex.
I print everything standard except I print the gears super quality.
Testing finger tendon servo with tensioning spring. I added short lengths of Teflon tubing (Bowden tube) to reduce friction. These are cheap servos about $5 each.
Aren’t those two tendons supposed to go to the middle servo not installing in the image?
Making progress with the right hand and forearm. I am using gold and clear PETG. It matches the fall colors nicely:
Looking good 🙂