27 November 2017 at 11:42 #1880
I’ve read that the e.Do project software and hardware are both open source.
Where I can find documentation about them?
Thanks in advance
Giacomo27 November 2017 at 18:01 #1885
Thank you so much for your interest.
You are totally right.
e.DO is a completely open source personal care robot.
Technical datasheets are available in https://edo.cloud/documents/
Software will be available within December 15th 2017.
Don’t hesitate to ask for any kind of further information.
Hope to have you on board17 January 2018 at 9:49 #2810
I would like to build your robot but printing the parts with a 3D printer.
is it possible to have the .step or .stl files of the robot?
i tryed to import the e.do STEP file found in ASSET LIBRARY, but it isn’t valid for create the .stl files.
what can i do?
Michael17 January 2018 at 11:58 #2816
we are providing the .stl files for you.
They will be available in the Assets Library ASAP.
We will let you know as soon as available.
Thank you for your request.
See you soon.
e.DO Team19 January 2018 at 8:56 #2852
thank you very much for your fast reply.
i’m interested in the 6 axis robot and if you can share also the assembly file, i really appreciate that.
thank you very much again.
Michael19 January 2018 at 11:33 #2855
Currently, only file .STEP can be downloaded from the Assets Library section.
Assembly files extensions strongly depends on which CAD software is being used and are not universal, consequently it can cause issues for files manipulation.
However, most of CAD softwares allow you to export .STL files, even from .STEP files.
In order to help you in the most effective way, can we know better which CAD software (Sketchup, Solidworks?), which 3D printer pre-processing software (Slic3r ?), and which type of 3D printer are you using (Prusa i3?)
Hope to hear from you soon !
Hadrien19 January 2018 at 13:42 #2861
i tried to open the STEP file with 2 cad: SPACECLAIM and PROE
but they recognize the robot as a surfaces.
i can’t modify or extrude the parts.
i’m using Spaceclaim as cad software, Simplify3d is the software to pre-processing the files,
and I don’t know yet which printer will be used to print the files.
thank you very much
Michael24 January 2018 at 9:49 #3011
As you exactly said, the current STEP files has some construction issues.
We will get back shortly with updated STEP files, as a Solid Body, in order to permit modifications to the model.
In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me for any necessity.
Hadrien4 February 2018 at 22:38 #3160
thank you very much for your help!
I will wait for your updates.
Michael1 March 2018 at 8:11 #3305
We inform you that we have uploaded both .STEP and .STL files in the Assets Library.
Please let us know if you encounter any problem !
Hadrien6 March 2018 at 12:47 #3336
Hello, I can print the plastic parts, but where can I find the stepper motors and the electronics?8 March 2018 at 9:30 #3420
Both small and big motion units (control card + motor + reduction gear + encoder) will be available for purchase individually in the next weeks.
Stay tuned for the next updates !
Hadrien3 March 2019 at 23:51 #7199
I have question where i buy your motion units ? What is the price for the motor ? Thank’s6 March 2019 at 9:03 #7216
the motor unit is not salable till the end of this year.
From the 2020 will be salable as a spare part.
If you have more questions you could write to our sellers in the Support page. 😉18 May 2019 at 19:48 #8387
I want to figure out the Hardware architecture of e.Do. Could you tell me more information about motherboard, for example it uses which type of raspberry-pi, 3B or other type? And is it possible to tell me more information about e.DO Control Logic? What is the main controller of the lower computer layer? What’s the Upper Computer and the communication mode between upper computer and lower computer? Looking forward to your reply.
Thank you very much!
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