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InMoov and R2D2 checking each other out
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#2
Very nice. I need to finish up my BB-8 - I think an InMoov bot may be next.
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#3
Looks like Droid porn with all that nakedness lol
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(07-10-2018, 11:40 PM)LarryJ Wrote: Very nice. I need to finish up my BB-8 - I think an InMoov bot may be next.

Hi Larry - yeah - InMoovs are brilliant.   Thank you for all your pictures of how the R2D2 legs go together, am following along, yours are essential blogs.

(07-11-2018, 12:19 AM)phul007 Wrote: Looks like Droid porn with all that nakedness lol

Haha - now theres a thought.    I am planning on getting them chatting to each other.
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I read up on the InMoov project , looks great but heaps of hardware. I just can justify spending that much on a project that I know will sit in the corner for me anyway. I think it would be great for university and students to learn on. I know I want one but would regret it after wards for me anyway.
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I have two Inmoov robots, one of which is still awaiting completion.
Believe it or not, it's no more complex than the R2D2 build.
There are a lot more servos, but you don't have the big drive motors.
Officially, the Inmoov robot is only automated from the waist up, there are static legs on the web site.
Un-officially, there a couple of projects on the go to try and create a walking inmoov, but most of these are far from complete
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That is so cool! Will totally creep my wife out - love it!
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Big Grin

That one is Fred#1
Frequently Re - Engineered Device = FRED

I have a second one Fred#2
That one does not yet have arms but is currently a long way towards having working legs.
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This is a version following the Bartcam legs development.
Bartcam has been inactive for a couple of months now due to other commitment at home with his family.
When he has time again, he will continue with the ankles.
The legs are fully motorised down to the knees.

The ankles are mostly designed, but not yet test printed.
The knees are able to lift over 100Kg.
Here is a video of the knee being tested with a custom dual PID control system based around an Arduino Nano.


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(07-13-2018, 08:20 AM)Cyber_One Wrote: I have two Inmoov robots, one of which is still awaiting completion.
Believe it or not, it's no more complex than the R2D2 build.
There are a lot more servos, but you don't have the big drive motors.
Officially, the Inmoov robot is only automated from the waist up, there are static legs on the web site.
Un-officially, there a couple of projects on the go to try and create a walking inmoov, but most of these are far from complete
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Great colour scheme - love the red arms, kyle
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Hey Kyle, what software are you using to slice your STL files?
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