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- Jan 6, 2013
- Oui, en ce qui concerne la modelisation et le design, mechanisme des pièces. Mais depuis peu il y a Grog de Myrobotlab qui a ajouté un service a son application dédié à InMoov, ce qui me permets de créer les mouvements, la reconaissance vocale et si j'y arrive un jour, l' apprehension d'objet.Jan 7, 2013
Hi Alex, you will find all the info about the non plastic parts on inmoov's blog, and also on Letsmakerobots, where there is a detailed BOM.Jan 12, 2013
- Hi Tony, If you use my robotic arm as a prosthetic limb, I would love to see and follow the results. The advantage of InMoov is the very light weights of the arm and the amazing low cost. At the moment I don't remember exactly the weight but I have posted it on various comments. Without bicep, it was 750gr included servos if I recall correctly. It can pick up a glass of water or a can of drink. Be aware that you will need to work on the program as we, InMoov and MRL haven't worked with sensors to actuate it yet. I really would love to try it with MYO ribbon. Stronger servos, like Dynamixels could be integrated in the forarm. There isn't any CAD files available, but if you look on inmoov.blogspot.com in the forum and search "CAD" there is a tuto to convert my stls to CAd files.
GaelMar 27, 2013
- I have created InMoov's parts under Blender, an Open source modelling software. The Makerbot2 is a nice machine if you only want to use PLA. For a prosthetic limb I would print in ABS or even better in Nylon. PLa is very brittle. and disolve with water. (after a long period) You should post on the forum if you have more questions, because I don't always check the comments on the videos. InMoov.blogspot.com. Please remember InMoov is under a non commercial license., but you don't plan to produce it for sale, I guess.Mar 27, 2013