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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyberius View Post
    It's just an aesthetic design I came up with, but I was trying to keep it quite a bit smaller.

    Jimmy, while cute, has an impractically large head. We had a lot of problems with the head cracking like an egg when it would take a hard fall. Furthermore, we don't own the IP to open source the Jimmy 3d models, and the owner of those chose not to release them. I have a few different head designs that should be ready for release in the next week or two though, among some hand variations.
    Oh, OK. I was a bit confused because it didn't look like any of the heads that I saw previously and also, it didn't look much like a head but a camera lense sort of..

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    Re: HR-OS1 3D Models & 3D Printed Armor

    Just some stuff I've been printing and playing around with over the weekend, setup a sandbox repo that I'll periodically throw test models into if you guys are curious:

    https://github.com/DresnerRobotics/HumanoidPrintSandbox

    Orion helmet has two versions in there, trying to make it so it can be built without support materials.I changed how the Orion helmet mounts in relation to the camera, meaning the camera stays mounted permanently to the robot rather than mounting to the helmet. The helm attaches to a metal side bracket on the top of the robot's tilt servo, and will also make it easier to print on FDM printers.

    I also did a slight redesign of the Orion hand models- split into two parts that bolt together for easier printing on FDM printers. The Hand part needs to be filled in as a solid or you'll have some support issues.
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    Re: HR-OS1 3D Models & 3D Printed Armor

    Here's the v1 print version I did on the Orion helmet redesign I did over the weekend.

    Kind of a rough print on the front cone of it, the part was printed with the front cone oriented down towards table, without support material.

    My printer still needs some work tuning in for support-less prints at that angle.

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    Sweet, I'll check them out tomorrow. In the middle of a re-print of the chest. Did my first run on course now doing a fine print. ;-)
    YES! I Love this head design. See what happens when a builder designs Very, Very cool.
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    clearances for the upper femur leg shells screws.
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    Thanks for pic, very cool. Looks like the hands turned out real nice and possibly lighter than the kit part.

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    Re: HR-OS1 3D Models & 3D Printed Armor

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    Those look really good! What printer are you using?
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    Hi, yea and they feel nice too (i mean the robot just feels nice to hold with skins on it.). I use the UP! version 2, Mega Hold hair spray and a heat gun to get the bed up to temp ( the little heaters
    in the center of the bed take a hour to get to 100 so i help out, and just let the heaters keep the heat up.) This jewel has a self leveling bed ;-)
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    It's only flaw is it can only print maybe a inch more than that front shell was.
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    Re: HR-OS1 3D Models & 3D Printed Armor

    Hey guys,

    Managed to get our Shapeways store up and running, has the Orion set of armor uploaded with latest versions. For a full set of Orion armor, you will need 4x of the Shoulder/Elbow parts, 2x Hands, 2x Bicep, and 2x Femur. All remaining parts are 1x quantity for a full set.

    Note: These are priced with no additional markup, you can upload the same files and buy them for the same price. I believe a full set is around $250 via shapeways. Once again, these parts are in Beta so I cannot guarantee their functionality whatsoever. I can attest that my own Orion armored robot is walking with a full set of armor, but there may be tweaking/weight considerations as we make further development.

    http://www.shapeways.com/shops/interbotix

    Note: The femur shells are a bit out of date. They will work and look just fine, but a few of the holes are misaligned due to a bracket design change. Will update soon.
    Last edited by Tyberius; 05-23-2015 at 02:54 AM.
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