InMoov Service

javadoc

 

- Presentation

- Full program setup howto

Setup: 

example: 

Examples:

[[service/InMoov.py]]

Fred-X's current state as of 02/04/18

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This is the current state of my InMoov from the Front. Parts are being printed for the rest of him.

Freds back with his covers in place.

 

 

 


My InMoov

MikeG's picture

This will be my first blog entry. Likely I will post mostly pics... I hope.

This is the state of my InMoov as of Feb. 3 2018.


WHERE DO I FIND THE FILE .STL OF THE SKULL?

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HELLO

I NEED THE FILE .STL OF INMOOV'S SKULL IDO NOT FIND IT.

I NEED THIS PRECISE.. I ATTACH  PHOTO 

Modifying a CYS-S8218 Servo

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The CYS-S8218 is a nice beefy servo boasting a 40Kg of torque, which is very impressive.

However, this servo does come with one limitation; it has only a 90 degree of rotation output.

When you look inside the servo, there at physical stops at 220 degree and the position potentiometer is also rated to 220 degree, this suggest a lot of reserve capacity within the mechanics, and the manufacture wanting to prevent model builder from overloading the servo by limiting the range to a point it will always have max torque available.


Walking Robots Part Two

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In my previous blog on walking robots I touched on the current open source walking robot progress.

Since that time there has been some progress, with some success. 
Gael Langevin has released a video of his robot knee in operation,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FG0sEBupAQ

Harland has also shown his robot taking its first steps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4LspxN14tw