Ears for Robot InMoov

by Gael_Langevin, published

Ears for Robot InMoov by Gael_Langevin May 16, 2013


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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!!

Remember this, all these parts are under a non-commercial license, see the terms.

These are the ears which can be added to the head.


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Print all parts. Mine are done with ABS.
I already expect some remarks about these "Too" human ears...
But the head of InMoov looked flat when seen from the front, and adding human ears, helps in that matter.

You can follow the assembly tutorial.

Update 28/02/14 I added new ears that allow setting speakers in the head. There is no specification given for to buy the speakers. Standard small USB speakers for PC should be fine. You can use the STL Speaker1 to know the dimensions required.
Here is a link to speakers that fit:

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I really like the mirror like speaker cone; I would like to have that same look, where did you get those?

Show us a picture with the human ears on InMoov. Please.

Okay, it's only because it is you that ask. I'm surprised you haven't printed them already, I guess you have doubts about putting human ears on a robot head.

Hi is there any way you can make the ears hallow with support structure. it would take me 13 hours to print both

Hi, Why don't you do a very low infill with with 3 shelves, that way it will give you the same result.
I don't have the files at the present time and it would take me while to do that. Hope this helps.

Thank you i will try that.

Thank you so much. It took me 2 hour 28 min to print ear and it looks good. Thank you again.

Yah. And I'm slower now. All of this robot is in pieces. But, Wow - you are doing great! Enjoy your trip north. It will have to be something to see over 50 printers all doing InMoov. Take ear plugs. ;-0

I told you I couldn't stop laughing before. I knew you were something big in the happening. Congrats!