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Creo Version Files for Cyborg Beast

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Creo Version Files for Cyborg Beast by rdailey May 23, 2014

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These are Creo software versions of the parts for the Cyborg Beast Hand and .STL files created from them as well. The Creo files are in a ZIP folder.
I am working on having them added to a data table so you can more easily scale and adapt them to your needed dimensions.
Made changes to files based on a 3D print trial, made tendons narrower and adjusted issue with palm where cable hole cut into additional channel.

Instructions

This was made from measurements based on the cyborg beast hand scaled to 135%.

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Hi! What version of Creo do you have? I have Creo Parametric 2.0 and can`t open the files

I made those on Creo Parametric 2.0, I don't think it should be an issue but they were on the student edition.

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Some printer-software does not have a mirror-image function. Is there any chance of a right-hand version?

Working on it, along with a few other changes. I am hoping to have the additional versions up by the end of the year.

This is great!

The parts were made using inches based on a 135% scaling from the original. In the process of adding parametric relationships to make adjustments possible. 3D printed a set and so far have found that the only issues are around the tendon where the finger and palm connect, the spacing is set too tight and as a result requires more than expected sanding to allow for fit.

the scaling on your parts are way off. looks like they were put in in inches instead of MM. like the parts thought.
thanks

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