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PRO
USA
#389  
very nice Nomad

when will you put it all together?
PRO
Belgium
#390  
hi ezang 

alot of parts needs to be printed . tomorow i print the backside of of this .
am thinking to put all in that .batt en iotiny . i think some 3 days ,
then i can put this together to test .
PRO
Belgium
#391   — Edited
waist part a little closer to the finich . and a little video .
this video is for turning waist left&right using the splitter.


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PRO
USA
#392  
Looking good Nomad :-)
PRO
Belgium
#393  
hi ezang

this is the setting and parts for the inmoov movement left&right.
#394  
Hi Nomad. Nice idea on using atto position for a CR servo. However what if the servo moves somehow after power down? How do you really know where your position moves will end up next time you power up?
PRO
USA
#395  
Hi Nomad, nice to see the progress. I have a few questions/suggestions as I have built an inmoov before. 
-The joint you are working on and showing in your pic is to tilt the inmoov chest, not rotate it, correct?
-That is one of the higher stress positions in an inmoov. I am not sure that standard size servos will cut it. I guess you will find out and be able to tell us!
-The servos need to be electrically connected such that they only receive one input signal. The reason Gael set it up that way is because you will never be able to sync them correctly after power down and during power up. 

Great progress so far and thanks for sharing. It is an adventure to build an inmoov.
PRO
Belgium
#396  
hi perry

that is correct .movement chest left&right . i used a splitter HDD contineus rotation from ez robot .
am thinking they have metal gears .i will sure post a video when reddy .
they do work perfect at same time .

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thank you for the tip .
PRO
Belgium
#397  
hey perry S

question for you .witsh side is left or rigth ?

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PRO
Belgium
#398   — Edited
nice work done today .one step closer . the waist are lots of small parts .

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PRO
Belgium
#399  
hey dave 

sorry i didn catsh your comment .i use the HDD they dont move when powering on or off .

thank you
PRO
USA
#401  
Oh man those 'advanced Chinese robots' are just an insult to people that create.
PRO
Belgium
#402  
hi perry S

idd , i was actully lookin for this guy remote .
he has an antenna .

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PRO
Belgium
#403  
i notest that there are no video's no more from synthiam or botmayrix on youtube ?
PRO
Belgium
#404  
finally with the help from synthiam i can control the contineus rotation perfect .
i made a bridge that stands for the inmoov body .just to see what it does .
more printing .

PRO
Belgium
#405  
hi perry S

what is the purpose of these 4 bolts ? 

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PRO
USA
#406   — Edited
The purpose for those bolts is to hold the collar to the waist plate. You will notice the collar holds a set screw that engages the waste rotation gear as well. This is how he will rotate at the waste.

Also about the demo video you posted. If you put a pivot point in that cross bar like the inmoov is set up I fear you will start to have problems.
PRO
Belgium
#407  
hi perry S

the cross bar is just for testing . i was thinking the 4 bolts are to keep tention between the ,
top plate and lower plate so the ball bearings wil not fall out .

thanks for your time .