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Ray Edgley posted an update 4 months ago
Turns out the Inmoov robot is taller than me 🙂
Love the red. I’m enjoying your videos on the static leg assembly. I’m interested in the sizes and quantities of any nuts and bolts used.
The following quantities are for each leg, so you will need to double them for both legs.
1 x M8 x 125 mm and 1 x M8 x 95 mm long for each knee.
Connecting the knee to the Tibia I have used 3 x M4 x 40 mm long with the head of one flattened to allow it to sit flush against the front wall of the Tibia when facing up.
Theses could have been 25 mm long, however only had 20 mm and 40 mm long on hand.
As it turns out the middle of those three is convenient to tie back to the small trolley I have. 🙂
Connecting the Knee to the Thigh I used 3 x M4 x 20 mm long nut and bolts, with the nuts being plastic welded into the knee joint.
On the back side is the locking part that has 2 x M5 X 40 mm long countersunk.
The nuts were plastic welded into place.
The feet have all wood screws installed and I don’t have the gauge sizes for the screws I used, these are ones I had on hand, but there are 13 in each foot.
Hope that all helps.
Thanks Ray, that’s a massive help.
The last video in this series is scheduled to go live on Friday.
Do you link it would be helpful if I include this list of parts in the description as well?
Yes as it will make it easier to find. The info will probably get lost in this forum as time passes.
Good news is, as a result of your request, I also went back to the last video, and added the parts list in the description of the Video.
If one person asked, then there will be many other who will want to know as well 🙂