Hiwr is designed to be open source, that is why the 3D models are opened too.
You will find in this page all the information to print the body.
The head is composed of the following parts:
The main part of the head and bigger pieces of the robot. A grip, also call antenna or snorkel is on the top of the skull. Depending of the printing angle, it is very solid and the robot can, without any risk, be grabbed by this part.
The face is the part hodling the screen and the bottom camera. It is attached to the skull with 4 skews.
The antenna cap
Situated at the extremity of the antenna cap, it is used to fix the frontal camera.
On the face their are one hole on the left and the right side. They are present to insert the ears by screwing.
The neck is the central part of the robot, linking the head with the lower body parts. The two motors are attached to the neck. One motor is linking the skull with the neck and the second link the neck with the lower body.
The lower body
The lower body is around 17cm heigh and is composed of three parts.
The only part touching the table (or whatever materiel on which Hiwr stands). It received the electrical plus and the switch.