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Civrays InMoov

InMoov is a personal project of Gaël Langevin, which he initiated in January 2012. It is the first Open Source 3D printed life-size robot. Gaël has shared his designs with the open source community and his project has been reproduced countless times around the world.

The Civrays InMoov is just one of many such examples being constructed the UK. Whether you are building your own InMoov, or just have a general interest, you can follow the journey of the Civrays InMoov as it gradully gets constructed over time.

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Hand & Fingers

See how to build the InMoov hand and how the fingers operate. From printing the parts to activating the fingers. We take a look at what additional parts are required and what pitfalls to avoid.

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Rotational Wrist

The hand obtains addtional movement from an extra servo which allows the wrist to rotate. We look at how to build the wrist and controlling it with an Arduino microcontroller.

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See the InMoov flexing it's muscles as we took a look at how to build the bicep. Using a jumbo servo for power, this effectly creates the movement in the elbow joint.

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