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Eye modification for InMoov
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Then print 2 Eye Horizontal ball JointV1.stl and 1 each of the other parts of this Thing.
I printed the parts in PLA at .2mm layer height, 2 shells and 50% infill.
The servo holders are designed to hold EZ Robots Micro Servos - http://www.ez-robot.com/Shop/AccessoriesDetails.aspx?prevCat=9&productNumber=13.
Install the parts as shown the photos. The servo levers are designed to be press fitted on to the servos.
To join the Eye Horizontal Servo Lever to the Eye Horizontal Tie Rod put a small screw thru the Tie Rod and screw it into the Lever. The screw must slide freely in the slot in the Tie Rod.
10/2/2015 The Eye Horizontal Tie Rod V1 was originally posted wrong, It has now been corrected and the right part is here now.
10/3/15 I have added Eye Horizontal Adj BallV1 to allow adjustment of the eyes if needed. 2 very small screws will be needed.
10/3/15 A small tab has been added to Eye Horizontal Adj BallV3. Makes it a little easier to work with. I would glue it place once the eyes are adjusted correctly.
10/23/2015 This modification fits in Gael's original head design.
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