Head for Robot InMoov
by hairygael, published
Remember this all these parts are under a non-commercial license, see the terms.
This is the head (obviously) which is controlled and assembled to the rest of the body, see for the parts on my blog.
There is a jaw mechanism and eyes mechanism which can be added or not.
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Thanks for these advices! But I use PLA... Anyway, I managed to have the part printed successfuly, so, no worry !
They warped? I'm assuming you are printing in ABS. If I can give advise on how I print my parts with ABS.
I never use the fans, I made a simple heat chamber to avoid any air flow on the parts during prints. With the heated bed it keeps the part at the correct temperature avoiding any warp. If I print very fine little pieces I have aquarium air pump with a hose that comes to blow precisely at the edge of the extruder.
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Before printing read all this, since the updates are on the bottom, it might save you printing time.
In order to protect this Open Source project, I uploaded the rest of the skull on:
Print one of each STL files attached. I did it in ABS.
Normally there is no need for support.
There is pre-supports to be removed:
On "TopMouth", under the noze and also inside there is anti wobbling leg to remove.
On "SideHear" there is anti wobbling legs to remove + a joining junction.
On "EyeGlass" remove the eyes supports.
The assembly is pretty simple, you need to glue together "TopMouth" to "SideHear"; The other parts can be screwed attached to each other or to the structure.
Look for the top of the skull at
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