Print Your Robot

With pib, anyone with access to a 3D printer can print their own robot. For easier, happier printing, also check out our printing instructions.

Do you have more 3D printing ideas for pib or suggestions on how to further develop the robot kit? We look forward to your input in our Discord community!

Download 3D printing files for your humanoid robot

We’ve prepared the 3D printing templates in various ways – depending on how you want to get started.

pib Full Body (11/22)

For those who want it all: Here you can download all printable parts of pib in one file. Happy printing!

pib Upper Body (11/22)

This archive contains all 3D print templates for a complete torso, including head and arms. The upper body has a mount for easy assembling.

pib URDF (11/22)

For simulations or virtual realities we provide our robot in a simplified design as URDF. Let us know in our Discord Community how you are using pib!

How To Print Your Robot

In our 3D printing instructions, you will find all the information you need to print the individual parts of pib correctly.
If you have further questions, you can of course contact us at any time!

Would you like to receive a set of all non-printable parts?

Not all parts can be made with a 3D printer. Soon you will also be able to order all non-printable parts such as screws, ball bearings or electronics here.
If you don’t want to miss out, reserve one of the first pib sets free of charge and without obligation. Just email us at – we will contact you as soon as they are available!

pib.Box StarterSet

Why print a robot?

Why are we printing a robot? With pib, we not only want to shape the future together, we also want to break down barriers. Existing sets are often very expensive and complicated to build. Our vision is that everyone should be able to build and design their own robot.

So we decided to create a DIY robot using a 3D printer: Here, everyone can decide for themselves whether they want to print the complete robot or just individual parts. Whether one would like to adopt the printing instructions 1:1 or redesign them according to one’s own ideas. With the 3D printer as a tool, we hope to attract as many enthusiasts from the maker and robotics scene as possible and bring them into our community – are you in?