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inmoov paper

by ambroise, published

inmoov paper by ambroise Mar 9, 2013

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i start to build inmoov in paper because i haven't 3d printer
like me if you haven't a 3d printer you can build it in cardboard like me
thank you gael for give us how we can build inmoov
i live in marseille in france all informations welcom
amby

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thank you but for build i need a lot of time lol
thank you everybody for your nice worlds and supports
Tell me how it goes if you try it.
You might have to slice at a small bigger amount that the thickness of the paper you plan to use (because of the glue).

FR : Dis-moi comment çà se présente si tu essayes.
Il faudra peut-être que tu "slice" à une épaisseur un peu plus épaisse que le papier que tu souhaites utiliser afin de compenser pour les couches de colle.

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i use netfabb nice software

thank you everybody for your nice worlds and supports
hello anar thank you for your post so i haven't a 3d printer but i find the projet inmoov so so nice and during a long time i would like to do this robot so i find a solution for build it on pepakura yes for the first time its difficule but after very easy for use it but you have a good idea for slice the parts
so now my solution is to do your idea
look at:
http://www.thingiverse.com/make:42619
Tell me how it goes if you try it.
You might have to slice at a small bigger amount that the thickness of the paper you plan to use (because of the glue).

FR : Dis-moi comment çà se présente si tu essayes.
Il faudra peut-être que tu "slice" à une épaisseur un peu plus épaisse que le papier que tu souhaites utiliser afin de compenser pour les couches de colle.
I have allways found Pepakura a bit hard to use...
Maybe you could slice the parts with a slicer for DLP 3D printers.
That will produce bitmaps, one for each layer.
Then you could glue them back together and it should make a strong part.
Maybe as strong as an ABS printed one.
Accuracy in Z might just be a problem because of the glue.

Just an idea...
@ gael thank you gael for all yours messages and explcations
so i try to explaine for everybody don't have a 3d printer like me lol how i do it
i use the nice software netfabb very nice like gael show us for to know mensuration
and after i use the software pepakura for transforme 3d in 2d and print with my printer
after you need cut and stick
Like I said, this is amazing! You should upload the Paperkraft file you used to create this paper object. Is it producing a PDF file? What is the format? Also adding a bit of instructions about the software you used would be very handy for some of us.
Ok, I don't often
post comments, but I must say.... you are an inspiration to all those (myself
included) who sit back and scratch their heads wondering how they are supposed
to build a 3D printer without first owning one. Sure you can purchase all the
parts ( expensive) but I have yet to see any one publish a build log for a 3D
printer that was built Pre-3D revolution. Keep up the good work – we will all
be watching.



Dave
check out all repSTRAPs. Thats the name for repraps without printed parts. use wood man :D make mendel90.
Incredible start, I look forward to seeing how you get on with this.
thank you but for build i need a lot of time lol
NICE! Did you know that the middle wings of graphite aircraft are paper. Use a good lacquer or thin resin and layer it on your paper and you can end up with a very strong setup.
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