3D printed body

A project log for Tote HaD

Special edition of Tote for the Belgrade workshop.

davedarkodavedarko 04/16/2016 at 14:203 Comments

Hey all, @davedarko writing. As you might have seen at the #Hackaday | Belgrade event - I've brought my Tote with 3d printed legs along to the workshop. There I was asked for the files and @Radomir Dopieralski told me I could share them in a log. It took me a while to chamfer some edges and fix the hip orientation of my design, but now I finally have all the parts in a presentable state. You can find the STL files for printing in the file section. The design files are made with 123D Design by Autodesk. That's the 3rd time I completely disassembled my Tote.

These are the hip parts, that you have to glue together. I've marked them with text so it is easier to spot how to glue them together. You will need 2 of each displayed parts.

You will need to print two of each version of which there are two. These are the feet by the way.

Print the legs part 8 times and glue them back to back, so that the servo mounts are on the same side.

This is the baseplate that sadly doesn't connect to anything. You have to hold everything together with one or two zipties wrapped around everything, since the holes are blocked by the legs and servo mounts.


Milan Maletic wrote 04/17/2016 at 20:15 point

@davedarko Thanks so much for these. I will sure print them out :) It just holds better together this way.

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davedarko wrote 04/17/2016 at 20:53 point

you're welcome :) you will have to change the measurements in legs.h in the arduino code. It's in mm.

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Milan Maletic wrote 04/18/2016 at 10:17 point

I still need to flash the updated firmware :) but thanks for the heads up

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