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Wei Xingfeng posted a new activity comment 6 years, 8 months ago
cool ! Byt why put the metal stick so inside? Is there enough space for the neck servo?
I have looked at your build several times. And really like the top of the head painted black, it give Inmoov a distinctive look. Nice build Akash.
Wei Xingfeng posted an update 6 years, 8 months ago
The laser-cutted pleural assembled with arms
10MM? I measured some .STL files and find they are 7.5MM . Maybe the pleural parts are 10MM ? Aluminum is too rigid to work with. Wood is fine and cheap.
Wei Xingfeng posted an update 6 years, 9 months ago
Some parts are assembled by Laser-cutter-spares. The pleural parts are in whole , that save a lot of times.
Wei Xingfeng posted a new activity comment 6 years, 9 months ago
Hight is 7.5MM
This is a cool idea. I’m thinking about trying this with aluminum. Any advice before I get started? Is 7.5mm correct? I thought these parts were 10mm, no?
InMoov Laser-Cutter CAD: https://github.com/wei1224hf/wls/releases/download/20170228/inmoov_torsor_final.rar
The kid is doing better than me … I have to speed up to avoide being caught up by him …
this\’s your first printted hand ? Much more better then mine. I use the iron-heating to fit the holes.
I printted the InMoov’s right hand too ,HA HA, so much fun. By the way , I found there’s someone selling InMoov , in China , Taobao platform.
Cool ! SketchUP is very popular and easy to use. By the way, where\’s the link to the Sketchup-InMoov?