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InMoov's Bicep as 3D PDF - Repper's Delight - Nightly. Here is the CAD for InMoov's Bicep (left).
For those who are not so familiar with this media like me : right click and choose "Show model tree" to access parts or "Views" to see an exploded viewright click and use "Full screen multimedia" to see the CAD full screen (ESC to escape)Rotate = left clickZoom = right clickPan = left+right clicks or mouse wheel You can dowload these parts on Thingiverse Please visit InMoov's blog for additional informations ("Assembly help" and "Assemby sketches"). SketchUp renders : InMoov's Head 3D PDF - Repper's Delight - Nightly. InMoov's Head 3D PDF By Anar on Thursday 19 September 2013, 19:00 - Head - Permalink Here is the CAD for InMoov's Head.
It includes a much better hierarchy than the previous PDF I've made and it's also much faster to display and to interact with ! It also includes the new "JawV4" that Hairygael just designed to replace the faceted "JawV3". For those who are not so familiar with this media like me : right click and choose "Show model tree" to access parts or "Views" to see it from different anglesright click and use "Full screen multimedia" to see the CAD full screen (ESC to escape)Rotate = left clickZoom = right clickPan = left+right clicks or mouse wheel Head This 3D PDF is based on a SketchUp file by Bigfilsing available on the InMoov forum .Thanks for such a good alignment of the parts especially at the "skull" region !
All the following parts are included in this PDF : Use the "Model tree" to hide some parts if you want to see the inside. Haptic Telepresence Blog - Nightly. Open Source Prosthetic Arm - YouTube - Nightly. IpsiHand: Direct Recoupling of Intention and Movement (Washington University in St. Louis) Sam Fok, Raphael Schwartz, Mark Wronkiewicz, Charles Holmes, Jessica Zhang, Nathan Brodell, Thane Somers (Washington University in St.
Louis) Stroke and traumatic brain injury (TBI) cause long-term, unilateral loss of motor control due to brain damage on the opposing (contralateral) side of the body. Conventional neurological therapies have been found ineffective in rehabilitating upper-limb function after stroke. Brain computer interfaces (BCIs), devices that tap directly into brain signals, show promise in providing rehabilitation but remain in research. InMoov-West. InMoov. Hand robot InMoov by hairygael. This is a work in progress, files might change until it is finished.
Print one of each STL files attached. I did it in ABS. Before printing read all this, since the updates are on the bottom, it might save you printing time. Find a full tuto here: Print wriargeV3, wristsmallV3,thumb4 with an infill of 30%, 3 shells, best with no support, no raft. Big bolts are now printable. 1x8mmx8cm bolt is required for to attach wriarge to wristsmall. 1x8mmx4cm bolt is required for to attach wriarge to thumbbottom. 1x8mmx6cm bolt is required for to attach wriarge to robpart1. 16x3mmx2cm bolts are required for all fingers hinges(I have recut each bolt to adapt to finger width) Glue with acetone like on pictures: Thumb4 flat parts together but Not the tip. 26/02/12 Okay, I have added parts of the forarm, print without support but with raft.
Mount the "topsurface" on the back of the hand with 3mmx2cm bolts. Update 16/06/12 I have uploaded the rotational wrist.