Low Cost DIY Robotic Arm with Gripper and Basic Stamp

This educational robotic arm uses 4 standard servo motors (Parallax) and handmade brackets and a simple gripper. I spent less than USD50 for the mechanism, excluding the motors and Basic Stamp that I used as controller. Another simple concept for students of robotics that actually worked.

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9 responses to “Low Cost DIY Robotic Arm with Gripper and Basic Stamp”

  1. anDiFitRiani86 Avatar
    anDiFitRiani86

    Hi fenoble,I really …
    Hi fenoble,I really like your design…may i know where can i buy the material?any specific website?

  2. navarro Avatar
    navarro

    Can i know what is …
    Can i know what is the material that you used to make the robotic body part including gripper?Is it possible if i can get the drawing of your robotic body part with actual size?

  3. fenoble Avatar
    fenoble

    lol, it s realy …
    lol, it s realy not long, the only thing that we need to program are the motors.

  4. 6364gg2 Avatar
    6364gg2

    Isnt a page infinte …
    Isnt a page infinte with the editor

  5. fenoble Avatar
    fenoble

    only abour a page. …
    only abour a page. 🙂

  6. r1jees Avatar
    r1jees

    How long was the …
    How long was the written
    program to make this work?

  7. JHx86 Avatar
    JHx86

    Man that’s awesome.
    Man that’s awesome.

  8. cantpickcauseallgone Avatar
    cantpickcauseallgone

    Not bad. It’s just …
    Not bad. It’s just like the ones they use in factories!

  9. NixTehRaver Avatar
    NixTehRaver

    Very Cool.
    Very Cool.

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