Recently found old abandon office desk chair and removed chair. Stuck PCB pip into base and attach to Inmoov. Now I can roll the robot around as needed.
This month I published my first 3D model on Thingiverse. The problem with many of the Inmoov head stands is that they would not hold upright and when testing the movement of head, left and right, the head fell over. The Inmoov head stand has a wide base to prevent this and by inserting theContinue reading “First Published Model on Thingiverse”
After about 80 hours of printing during the month of December, the right leg is completed. Printing was not so bad, however the toughest part was finding the right screws and bolts for holding it together. Deciding to make it a static leg, which means, it does not have any motors and automated movement. LaterContinue reading “Building Right Leg of Inmoov”
Posted my first design 3D print design on Thingiverse.com. It’s a Inmoov Head stand. Inmoov Head Stand by MyProjectExpert – Thingiverse. The stand solves several issues. First, the current stands don’t hold the head up straight; this design allow the Inmoov head to be better displayed on shelf. Second when tuning and testing the headContinue reading “Thingiverse Inmoov Skull Stand”
Started printing the right leg of Inmoov. At first I didn’t think I was going to like having legs on it because they were static. As the leg grows and size, so did my excitement. I’m estimating that it takes about a month to print a single leg. I have been using White HatchBox PLAContinue reading “Building Right Leg”
The brainchild of the INMOOV project is a a French designer. All the details can be found at inmoov.fr. Other sources of project are found in YouTube, GitHub and here.