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We want to get the best out of our humanoid robot together, so we welcome any input to develop and improve pib.

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You can design, change and develop pib according to your wishes – either just for you or for everyone in the community. The path to your own robot consists of just a few steps. Here you can help shape the future!

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Our design principles and rules

Easily printable

All printing parts should be printable with a standard 3D printer. We want to make sure that the creation of an own humanoid robot is possibly for anyone and upscale high tech equipment is not needed.

Open and supported

pib is open and will always remain open! We want to enable the path to pib for anyone and therefore use tools that are laid-out for this goal. So, pib.rocks provides you with documentation and support.

User friendly and maintainable

Nothing is glued! What sounds so simple is actually a big challenge in development. But we are not willing to compromise and are only content once we have found intuitive (as confirmed by users) and maintainable solutions.

Why an open source robot?

For us, pib is more than a robot, pib is a community project, a platform with which we can learn and benefit from each other. The more members we have, the more different experiences are incorporated, the better we can develop our robot. Everyone is invited to contribute ideas, work on proposals, and bring our robot project forward step by step. That’s why we thought of something special for the development of pib: We work collaboratively using a CAD program to which Maker is granted free access. This should make it as easy as possible to join our robot community, so that everyone can eventually have their own humanoid robot at home.