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 another servo bracket which I did for to get more developpement pulling when the pulleys are rotating. Hopefully even servos with a restricted rotation from 0 to 90 will be able to get the fingers fully moved. (HK15298)
It can fully replace this
Blog where you will find all the instructions about InMoov's project:
I haven't printed this yet because, I don't need it, but since a while I wanted to set in 6 servos in the forarm. With this method we can have an extra servo to actuate the thumb rotation, if wanted.
You can add this:
Print one of each STL.
LeftXXXX parts are for the left arm.
No support needed, better with no raft.
I made a test print for the "RobRings" at 0.25 thickness, it works but if you have a printer with higher resolution it will be better.
You will need to remove all other servo brakets in the previous printed "robparts" to fit in the "RobServoBed"
The "Robparts" available here are meant to become covers without brackets for servos.
Please check my blog in the section Brackets assembly +modifications to robparts to understand:
It can fully replace this:
Update 25/03/13 Sorry guys I had uploaded the wrong RobServoBedV1, holes for wiring the servos weren't on it. Thanks to Peter Heim for the remark.
Update 27/03/13 I really will not upload things without printing them and trying them before.
One fo the back servo was set too high and would bind in the cover when using RobServoBedV2. Modified it to RobServoBedV3. You can, by cutting plastic, lower down the servo to ground zero if you don't want to re-print it. (the task might not be easy)
Update 09/06/13 Modified RobServoBedV3 to RobServoBedV4. Enlarged the cavities for easier pass through of the servo cables.
Update 12/12/13 Modified RobServoBedV4 to RobServoBedV5. I added screw holes to fix the servobed inside the forarm