• Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 3 months, 1 week ago

    It hasn’t been working for ages.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 4 months ago

    Gael has a new video on the main page is a link or his youtube channel. it is about the elbow, but has info on exactly how to set the servo’s

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 4 months, 1 week ago

    My first parts were printed at .24 and didn’t fit so well. I then printed at .15 and they all fit together nicely. Also looked a lot better as finished product.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 5 months ago

    That is going to be one colourful robot 🙂

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 5 months, 2 weeks ago

    I have an anet a6 and found that I got best results using slic3r pe and using .16 layer. I also used 30% infill. First piston I did, I had .24 and it was a pain, when I went to .16 all others are smooth as.

  • Akbar Ana is a scammer, please ignore and delete them!

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    I use .16 layer height. and have just made sure my printer is setup correctly. making sure there is no wobble or ringing etc. The first piston I did was the neck piston and it was terrible, I had to put some dry lube in and put it in a vice and turn it with pliers to get it to move, but after I got me printer sorted out, all the other pistons etc…[Read more]

    • Thanks, Mark…
      Ive already added frame stabilizers to my printer,along with some other upgrades to avoid unwanted movement. Maybe ill try printing slower, as the pistons are kinda tall, so might get more wobbly at the top.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 6 months, 4 weeks ago

    No walking available yet, only legs for display as is suggested on legs page.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 7 months, 3 weeks ago

    The original design was for everything to be able to be printed on a 120mm x 120mm bed. so you will be fine. Like I said, the legs are the biggest and I still had a little room on my 250mm bed when I did the thighs.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 7 months, 3 weeks ago

    Isn’t the Prusa 250mm bed?
    The only parts that need a 250mm bed so far anyway are the legs. So you have a while to go.
    And I have printed in PLA all the way, as long as you have your settings right that should be strong enough anyway.

    • Hi Mark – The prusa bed is 250x210x210 but that might be large enough. I thought some of the chest pieces might have needed a larger bed.

      • The original design was for everything to be able to be printed on a 120mm x 120mm bed. so you will be fine. Like I said, the legs are the biggest and I still had a little room on my 250mm bed when I did the thighs.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 8 months ago

    nice job. what are the specs on the nuc?
    I have been searching for a tablet, but in Aus they are so expensive.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 9 months, 4 weeks ago

    There are stl files available for both round and square. You need to print for which one you need, If the file is not on here then go to thingiverse and search for inmoov you will find it all.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 11 months, 3 weeks ago

    yep. got an email just recently and was about to report it here, but you beat me to it.

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 11 months, 3 weeks ago

    Double check you have the correct version of java for your pc, also did you create mrl folder on root C: ?
    when you first start mrl did it pop up with screen and show it is starting?

    • I agree, put the unzipped map of mrl in C:mrl and not any way different.
      check with cmd: java -version and if that is the right one you must adapt the config files in the inmoov folder to your needs, e.g.:head -true or false, left arm-true or false , right arm -true or false, pir and so on.
      Next do start_inmoov.bat
      when finished and you hear a…[Read more]

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 1 year, 3 months ago

    My first screw parts were an extremely tight fit. I put it in a vice and used a wrench to wind it in and out, eventually it got better. After that I printed everything with .15 layers and all is so much better. No problem with any of the pieces fitting since.

  • I have been slowly getting ARLI together. I agree with a lot of others, the arm/hand is one of the more time consuming tasks. I have been slowed by delays in getting servos and electronics, but on the up side I have most of the parts printed for the main body and arms.
    Since the legs are available, I have decided it is time to work on a pole…[Read more]

  • Mark Seaton posted a new activity comment 1 year, 5 months ago

    Is he a surgeon? Why has he got gloves on?

  • Most of the front and back framework is assembled. Now I will be concentrating on the arms, which I have printed, while printing the aesthetics.

  • First servo tests. I have a little more work to do, but it is getting there!

  • Just a quick throw together while waiting for the camera. What size screws do you use to screw the eyes to the mounts? They seem very small but long.

  • Hi, I started this project recently and have been ordering parts as I go. I have ordered a camera for the eyes, but only 1 was available. You say it has 2 cameras, but only 1 works in windows. My question is, do you require 2 cameras for tracking or any function at this stage? or is 1 OK?
    Thankyou in advance, and thankyou for this wonderful…[Read more]

    • You only need one camera.

    • A lot depends on how powerful your computer is, some people have used two computers, one for the object/facial recognition while the other is used for object tracking and the rest of the Inmoov.
      For a beginner in the system you can get away with just the one.

  • I only discovered this project by chance in December. I saw someone post a link and I watched some videos and was hooked. At first I thought I may just make the hand as a bit of fun. But after ordering the servos and arduino boards I had a bit of a wait for them to arrive, so started printing pieces. As I didn’t have any white filament, I printed…[Read more]