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Perry posted an update 2 years, 1 month ago
My minim move roamer
voila une idée originale …
Very nice, what servos did you use for your mini
They are standard sized servos from Amazon,I will check the type.
Perry posted an update 2 years, 3 months ago
Reinforced shoulder gearbox with Resin printed gears
That looks very nice.
Make want to think about getting a resin printer 🙂
All jokes aside, the fingers would look good with resin as well.
where to find the stl files
I will need to upload them to Thingiverse or something like that. Since I changed the worm gear you don’t need all the clearance around the old servo horn area which allowed me to reinforce that area substantially. I used the bearing sizes that you recommended in your post
Gael Langevin posted an update 3 years, 1 month ago
Quarantine has given me time to work on the graphical UI for InMoov in the new version of MyRobotLab (non released NIXIE).
There is still many bugs because the webgui is a BIG work in progress, but you can try it out and see many new features.
Thanks to Astro for all the help and making a tutorial to get me to understand how to work with…[Read more]
Gael Langevin posted an update 3 years, 3 months ago
We recently encounter difficulties shipping some of your orders from InMoov website because of the Corona Virus. China has recently extended it’s quarantine time. Some components have been held by the customs much longer than usual and won’t probably arrive before weeks.
Therefore I have refunded all orders related to…[Read more]
Gael Langevin posted an update 3 years, 7 months ago
I made a lots of updates in the version 1.0.2693.16 regarding the Ultrasonic sensor and the finger sensors.
HOWTO Start MyRobotLab
I also updated the tutorial for the finger sensors and made a new tutorial for the UltraSonic…[Read more]
Hi Gael, short question. Do you mount the hall sensor in the same way then the copper plates? HallSensor – Foam – Magnet? If not, do you have a picture? Thanks a lot,
Gael Langevin posted an update 3 years, 11 months ago
Thanks to Sebastien, our webmaster, the sidebars of the site are back up again.
This gives again access to the members albums and to the Tweeter feed.
Wordpress had an issue and it was not working anymore since about a month…
Perry posted an update 5 years, 1 month ago
Perry posted an update 5 years, 3 months ago
Nice, when will we hear some tunes?
Perry posted an update 5 years, 4 months ago
Designing a new head layout. Moving the mounting of the eyes to the head as opposed to the face.
Gael Langevin posted an update 5 years, 5 months ago
Happy New Year Everyone!!
Have a great time and enjoy your family, friends and robots!!
bonne année à toi Gael .
et a toute la communauté d INMOOV.
Hello InMoov builders!
Here is a view of the knee actuation. This is done via MyRobotLab with the DIY Servo service.
More to come with the Ankle and Thigh actuation.
Awesome,,, It’s great to see your R&D work on his mechanical operation for this section–,,,
This is awesome,
How long before we start to see the files for the different parts?
I am very interested in the files for the feet and ankle drive system.
Well, I am waiting for some components from AliExpress which need to be tested before release. Just for info this is already my third knee design, which all three were pretty different. R&D takes a long time and my problem is that I don’t only work on the legs.
beautiful advanced gael.
Perry posted an update 5 years, 6 months ago
Let’s rock this Mother F’er!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey, rock it!!
Hi man. Just curious,. Where are your from?
You have an awesome bot and a cool sense of humor
Queensland – Australia,,, – I grew up in a really errr Redneck place- small country town guns and flannelette shirts everywhere—but I travelled the east coast of Australia working my way up and down for years– still got family in my home town and head to farm quite often but spend most of my time on the Gold Coast in Queensland – ( the chicks…[Read more]
Yes. You guessed it. I am from Vermont in the US. Up here by Canada. All snow, no sun….The chicks are all covered in flannel.
Cool,,, any problems with the build process for the legs,,?
very beautiful. it happens almost right on the ceiling.
@mindless Actually there are fitment issues if you try to move the legs. Portions of the upper thigh hits the waist. Dremel fixed that all. No other big surprises. I didn’t use the internal reinfordcements or threades rode.
It is obvious they are pretty much for display and they do not have the degrees of freedom needed to function. Still they are cool.
Cool – I haven’t even checked the STL out yet ( putting the final touches on the Gearboxes ) but the design appearance is a perfect match for Inmoovs top half – cant wait to start the massacre on them,,, lol —-,,, I can’t thank Mr Gael enough for releasing them cos I really suck at organic modelling–,,
Great prints and build Perry!
Looking awesome Perry,,,, keep the Pictures rolling in–
Great progress Perry!
How does it feel to see InMoov with legs?
It took me a while to get used to it.
It’s funny Gael. As you can see my guy is mounted on an office chair base. I am used to him being much closer to ground level. It will take some getting used to.
So now for the big question. Where is the butt? Does he have that section designed?
I think he needs a nice squidgy butt 🙂 Something comfy for him to sit on.
Currently I didn’t attach the butt, because it is where InMoov is fixed to the rolling platform.
Which I use a lot when travelling with InMoov.
What do you mean there’s no Butt,,,, I need the Butt – the Butt is the most important part –- and I know You could Sculpt a great Butt – stop freaking me out —,, Oh my god I’m having a panic attack I need some Valium,,,…[Read more]
Gael Langevin posted an update 5 years, 7 months ago
I started the tutorial for the legs assembly:
Legs Non Motorized
I still need to finish it but I already published it because I see some of you already have started to print them.
Have fun building!!
Thank you Gael for your work. I’m waiting for the end of your tutorial to start printing.
our Inmoov are going to be beautiful.
Perry posted an update 5 years, 7 months ago
Looks like the leg files are up. Probably took Gael quite a few hours to make the thumbnails.
Get your printers warmed UP!! The legs I had created a long time ago for InMoov are ready to download.
These are the version for standing, not motorized. Beware that some parts exceed the 12x12x12 standard. The reason is that I was not going to upload these parts but time to create the motorised legs is taking much longer because I barely have…[Read more]
Awesome! They look fantastic.
So beautiful !! Thanks Gael
1/2 Ash is really happy : i can ear him singing in his workshop : « …/…
Your vagabond shoes, they are longing to stray
Where can they be downloaded? I do not see them on your site?
here is the link:
InMoov body parts library :
Singing in the workshop is always a good sign!
Thanks, I hope your InMoov enjoys them
Oh, very nice. Magnifique!
I’m asking the same question where is for download?
Hello, you can find them in the gallery:
Perry posted an update 5 years, 9 months ago
Where do we get the nuclear power source? That will solve the battery issues 😉
I have the flux capacitor mounted behind it.
Here are some switch covers for the back. You were asking about them Ray.
Thank you Perry, down loaded them now and will fire up the 3D printer in the morning. Like the look of your robots back as one piece, did you print that as one piece or did you join multiple pieces?, looks very good.
Perry posted an update 5 years, 11 months ago
new back for my bot
I do like your work, Very nice.
Are you going to upload this to Thingverse?
Here you go Ray
Perry, that is just what I need. That back looks like a single piece, but is several parts! Your InMoov is really fantastically finished. I need switch fillers if you are 3D designing any for the back?
Hi lorn. I hear ya. I need to fill those in. I’ll get to those soon. I am thinking it should be pretty easy. On a work trip so another week and I will be home. I have my second EZRobot controller waiting for me too so I’m excited to get back to it.
Perry posted an update 5 years, 12 months ago
Angry bot needs to loosen up.
This looks amazing! What did you use / how did you smooth the parts and make the head one piece? 🙂
Hi, I combined parts prior to printing then I sanded, filled, sanded, and painted the major parts.
Perry posted an update 6 years ago
Playing around with a few poses
Gael Langevin posted an update 6 years ago
I have added a docking feature for the Lenovo 8″ Tablet. This helps to prevent to damage the fragile USB port on the tablet and of the OTG cable.
Erick Daniel Galindo Garcia posted an update 6 years ago
I finally gave myself time to program a little, and to be able to demonstrate my knees. After a robot boat competition and a lot of work.
Hey Erick! Looking good 🙂 Have you designed these legs for Inmoov to stand/walk/balance or sit?