These files are part of an open source telepresence robot called Robbit, for students who can not be physically present at school. The robot main parts are a mobile phone with app, and a microbit robot called Gigglebot (https://www.gigglebot.io/).
Other parts needed:
- Android phone
- MG995 or MG996 standard size high torque servo
- 3x AA batteries
- 5x M4 20mm or longer bolt (it's fine to have only 3 instead of 5)
- 5x M4 nut (it's fine to have only 3 instead of 5)
- 2x M5 40-65mm bolt
- 2x M5 nut
The parts may still change. This is an ongoing project and currently still just a prototype.
More info and updates in Swedish can be found at https://www.robbit.se
See also https://github.com/Dealerpriest/social-robot
Prima Select ABS+
Whatever color you like
Not everything needs 60% infill, but I've used it at least for the parts that need to be strong such as the phone clamp and servo arm.
The knob needs to be printed 2 times.
All parts are oriented as how they should be printed. Most important for the hinge parts in servo_arm and clamp_rings, because the hinge needs to be strong.
I've tweaked the files to fit after being printed on a zortrax. I have no experience with how the tolerances end up with other printers.
Remove supports, maybe file away if it does not break off properly. At some parts you need to be careful when removing support, as you might crack the model. Mainly at the servo_arm and clamp_rings, don't push the rings of the hinge outwards.
I drilled the holes for the screws that hold the servo with a 1.5mm drill, because they don't get printed big enough. It depends on what size screws you get with your servo. (Might fix this in the 3d model later)
Using Fusion 360. The phone clamp is from the excellent "Modular Mounting System" (see remix link)