Build a Kickass Robot Arm: The Perfect Arduino Project for Beginners
Arduino is a cheap + fun way to get into building your own electronics. It can also be daunting to get started. Here, we’ll show you how to get a start-to-finish Arduino primer with a killer project: building a sweet robot arm.
Introduction---Hello makers this time I am sharing my new project of Robotic Arm using ArduinoUNO board and Micro 180 degree servo motors I hope you’ll find it interesting.I will try to show you how you can control 4nos. Tower Pro 9g servo arranged as a robotic arm, you’ll have 4 DOF, can control this Robotic arm with 4 set of potentiometer arranged parallel with our robotic arm, Robotic arm will move, act & follow potentiometer movement, you can pick and place tiny items with the help of tiny griper attached at the end of the arm.
Ever wish you had a robot that could doll out the shots? The future of partying is here with the Robot Arm Bartender! Serve up drinks in style, and impress your guests with the press of a button! This project utilizes a RobotGeek Snapper Arm with a Pumping Station to move some delicious liquids from container to glass! We will be using the Arm Link Software to program the arm's movements.
"But wait," you say, "I thought RobotGeek already published an instructable about using a robot arm to deliver drinks!" To which we say, "Yes, but not like this." The last project could dish out one drink to multiple people. This project mixes the perfect beverage with style and class. We split this up into two separate projects because this one is a bit more advanced than the last. Welcome to the Robot Arm Mixologist. This project utilizes a RobotGeek Snapper Arm with a Pumping Station to mix liquids from multiple containers.We will be using a Demo code to show off how to make alterations to the code generated by the Arm Link Software. We will use this to program the arm's movements.