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Printable Robot Hands

Ran across this. Some of you may have already seen this. Robot hands made with 3D printer.





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#1  
I love that robot, it's the reason I can't buy a 3D printer (I'd end up printing a load of them and spending far too much on PLA).

That said, it has been some of the inspiration behind Melvin's next set of arms I'm going to be attempting.
#2  
That is a beautiful hand. But, I think behind that unit, it requires a tremendous amount of string pulling and lots of servos. It would work well with linear servos,but it would probably be bulky.
PRO
USA
#3  
Nice robot hand, have the schematics for this?
#4  
It's an Inmoov hand just go to the Inmoov.fr website and download the .STL files, it's all free.   and @Rich you should try PET-G filament it is stronger then ABS, and if you leave your robot in the sun, it won't melt like PLA would distort if warm. @MovieMaker Just 5 micro servos and 1 more for the Wrist.  my hand design only uses one set of string tendons not two. If I ever get time I will make a video showing this feature.
PRO
USA
#5  
What kind of chord are you using in the fingers? I see two in each
#6  
@EZang60  The chord is 100 lb to 200 lb test fishing line.  The reason the line is so heavy is if you make it thin it will cut into plastic. I use 100 lb Test fishing line and can use this thinner line as all my parts are made with PET-G filament which is strong and more abrasive resistant then ABS. I will make a video showing how to only use one line when I can find the time.  there is a picture showing the arm in Synthiam so I will not repeat it here.
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USA
#7  
OK thanks, I just made a proto-type simple hand the day other day just to practice, did you see it? It is on the robot selection link.

Thanks again for your help and info