2nd Inmoov Build

merne

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So I started my second Inmoov without a name yet. I haven't given up on Gideon, my 1st Inmoov, I have learned a lot from my first Inmoov and will apply it to my 2nd Inmoov. Anyway I am a long ways from completed. Here is the right forearm, I'm putting the fingers together soon. I'm having a dilemma whether I wanted to have Finger tip sensors or not. I do want a sensor in the hand somewhere so I can tell if something is close to the hand.


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#15  
A few more pictures. I would like to find a good nerf launcher to put on the small paroloma neck on Inmoov's shoulder.

I broke the left front chest when I install the microphone, someday I will fix it. I was going to sand, sand and do more sanding but I wanted it to look natural as it comes out of the 3-D printer to show that you don't really have to do any work after he gets done printing .

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#16  
Mike,
Awesome Inmoov build, Great job. I see yours does not have the opening for the Kinects. I do not plan to use a Kinects in my build but have been unable to find that substitute part. Can you point me in the right direction to locate that part and or parts?

Thank you
Richard Z
#18  
Thanks Mike,
That link shows lots more then just searching Inmoov on thingiverse.

Looking thru it all now. Hoping to find an ezb camera mount for the eye.

Thanks again.

Will post some pictures when I get a little farther along on my build.

Richard Z
#19  
@RZ, I never found a ezb camera mount for the eyes. I had to us a dremel and modified it for the cameras to fit I believe Houston also did this.
#20  
Looks great Mike! I like the flashlight attachment and the other sensors that you have added. I might have to borrow some of those ideas.
#21  
Thanks David. The flash light is just for looks right now, I'm currently thinking of a nerf shooter or a flash light that can be control from ezb. leaning to the flash light for dark lighting.

The ping sensor in front and back are going to be use to keep Inmoov from reasing the arms from hitting anything.

Thx,
PRO
USA
#22  
Really interesting build and it looks great. I especially like that back piece. Makes me want to get back to mine.

I hear you about the gun on the shoulder. I was thinking the same. Something like predator:D

Maybe this could work.


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#23  
@perry_s, thanks. Your link is pretty cool, it looks like it might put an eye out. Lol. I like the flash light the more I think on it. This way if lighting is to low the robit can turn it on. On the other hand I think it would be bad hunny bunny to have a good launcher of course mines the putting out an eye.
#24  
I would be cool to have that gun or the flashlight turn the same as the head when the camera is tracking something.
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#25  
Mike it looks great, I especially like the neck, I to have built the Drupp's modified paroloma neck as a stand alone unit, but haven't put it on my Inmoov as there was quite a lot of strip down and replaced parts to make it fit. I did take its head off and put it on the modified neck unit, but I found it quite "springy" ( can't think of another word to use ) when it moves in certain directions? Yours in the video looks OK and solid when it moves. But you have inspired me to look at it again and might look at putting in on my InMoov, once I have sorted out redo its Power configuration.

Cheers
Chris.
#26  
Thanks Cem. It took me a while to get it right and using the servo speed commands to slow the neck movements helped a lot. Otherwise the head bounced around while moving. Good luck, BTY, I use the MG996R servos.
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#27  
Thanks Mike, I've used the MG996R servos, but thinking of changing them to HDD servos, when I get back to it!

Cheers
Chris.
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#29  
Mike, I love the quote from 'iRobot' :)
#30  
This has been an on then off then on again relationship. I keep adding or changing my Inmoov. And when I start scripting or new auto-position it seems I have to remember where I left off. Lol

i'm using the same base but want to eventually print the legs, not to walk which really don't think it will ever happen. But maybe motor wheels in the feet?

I'm waiting for cooler weather as my 3D printr is in the garage, to hot to print then I'm going to start on bhouston and Perry_s redesigned flix Inmoov hands.

Picture for now maybe one day some videos.




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#31  
@merne Good looking inMoov. You did well hiding the the typical rats nest of wiring that inmoov's usually have...
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#32  
Totally agree on that. Clean wire routing really kicks it off. I need to get on that with mine.
#33  
Thanks Richard R. I need to figure out a video but I my never top your Bartender.

Thanks Perry_s.