Originally shared by Barry Carter So Close! Finally printed the left shoulder and upper

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(Barry Carter) #1

Originally shared by Barry Carter

So Close! Finally printed the left shoulder and upper arm joints. All of these are calibrated too, so I can move them about. Will post vids at some point.
I am not happy with the neck assembly. The connection to the torso is a little too flimsy for my liking. Also the servo in the neck is almost impossible to mount.

(Mateusz Perlak) #2

Nice what motors drive this robot? Do you have page or blog?
Love kinect sunglasses

(Barry Carter) #3

they are large servos and a printed wormscrew gearbox.
http://openbiped.org/

(Daniel Joyce) #4

Damn that is impressive!

(alain frenois) #5

superbe réalisation impressionnante a voir la suite quelle et les carte de commande sous quelle système

(Billy Vaughn) #6

Nice start, I’ve got plans for something similar once I get a 3D printer up and running.

(Cameron Southall) #7

Nice, is this based on the inMoov or something else ?

(Barry Carter) #8

The hand is inMoov. The rest is my own design. Done independently without knowing about inMoov. years in the making etc :slight_smile:

(Cameron Southall) #9

That’s really cool

(Peter Heim) #10

I like the head design will you be releaseing the head on thingiverse?

(Barry Carter) #11

@Peter_Heim yes, at some point. A lot of the head and neck mechanism was designed for a makerfaire in a hurry. A lot of what you see is glued together. It needs changing so that glue isn’t the structural strength :/.
I just finished the changes to the neck, so it shouldn’t be long now.