Stand Holder for InMoov
by Gael_Langevin, published
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Here is "InMoov", the robot hand you can print and animate. You have a 3D printer, some building skills, This project is for you!!
This is a hand builded for a job (still picture commercial), it was supposed to be mobile but not animated and mostly be able to take human hand positions. Cables or fishing rods might be added in order to control it, but it was not the purpose of this work at first. I am now working on another model(for the fun), trying to animate it, I really would like to do it with computer control but I have never worked in that field. Never used servo's before, so any help is welcomed.
Blog under construction, see:
The green part on the picture...
It isn't exactly the same part anymore but this one can be mounted in three different heights on the torso.
This is a very simple piece for to be able to hold up the torso on a pipe until I get further with the bottom. It is not very strong, so be carefull when your robot moves his arms around, it might be fragile.
You might have to transform the size of the pipe hole to your needs in your favorite software.
Unfortunatly I don't know how to script Openscad, other wise I would have made it parametric.
Update 29/01/14 added a stand for to mount under the kinect called "SupportV2".
Stand Holder for InMoov by Gael_Langevin is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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