The pib project started with this vision. pib stands for printable intelligent bot and is a (smart) humanoid robot to build yourself with 3D printing.
We believe that humanoid robots will bring the next big change to society. In interaction with artificial intelligence, they will support us more and more in our everyday life, so that we can deal with topics that bring us joy. We can thus enjoy more time, freedom and security.
The robot as a helper in everyday life – a huge task that should not be left in individual hands. That’s why we created pib! Our robot project is open and offers all interested parties the unique opportunity to help shape the future.
Create a free account to access all the 3D printing templates for your robot and share your progress with other makers.
In the download area you can download the required print templates and realize them via 3D printing. You also get an overview of additionally required tools and materials as well as building instructions.
Anyone can become a part of our development process and shape the future with us.
Questions, suggestions, requests: Swap ideas with like-minded people in our community.
pib is ready for smart trainings or programming.
Hallo, ich finde dieses Projekt sehr interessant und würde es gerne auf meinen 3D Druckern bauen. Aber welche Druckfläche benötigt man ? Ich wollte mit dem ersten Bauteil starten “Clavicle_right” und es passt nicht auf eine Fläche von 220x220mm.
Danke schon mal
Robots already support us in many areas of life, but the possibilities are not yet fully exploited. We want to change that: Our goal is that one day everyone will be able to have a smart robot at home. To this end, we have launched the community project around pib – our humanoid robot.
pib offers a platform to get in touch with the topic of smart humanoid robots. Here you can download 3D printing templates for free, print parts with a 3D printer and build your own robot with our instructions. Everyone also has the option of developing their own robot further, adapting it technically and, thanks to suitable hardware, playing with artificial intelligence. Because that’s what pib is made for: print, build, develop – we look forward to every member of the maker community!