Jaw mechanism for InMoov
by Gael_Langevin, published
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Here is "InMoov", the robot you can print and animate. You have a 3D printer, some building skills, This project is for you!!
This is the Jaw mechanism.
Blog where you will find all the instructions about InMoov's project:
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Full tutorial on www.InMoov.fr
Print one of each STL.
No support needed, the "JawV3", might have a bit of overhang on the inside.
"JawV3" have pre-support added to be removed after printing.
Print most parts with a 0.5 layer thickness, best with no raft, 30% infill.
Print JawHingeV1 and JawpistonV1 with a 0.25 layer thickness, full infill.
This jaw mechanism is to be assembled with this:
You will find the assembly step by step here:
Update 10/03/13 I have modified a little bit the pre-support of "JawV2" to "JawV3". This will ease to remove it from the printed part.
Modified also "JawHolderV1" to JawHolderV2" this allows easy mounting on "FaceHolderV3" (neck assembly)
Update 18/1013 I resurfaced Jaw to get a less faceted mesh. JawV3 to Jaw V4.
Update 31/03/15 modified JawHingeV1 to avoid open mouth issue.
Update 04/12/15 modified JawHingeV3 to avoid breaking issues.
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