MeArm V0.4 - Pocket Sized Robot Arm
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The MeArm is a low cost robot arm. It is designed to be light weight and inexpensive - to be the perfect introduction to robotics. You can cut, print or even whittle (carve from wood) a MeArm and they've also available on our website at mearm.com
The current version is the v1.0 and is available from mearm.com with the files available here
This version has a number of improvements over the v0.3 and now has support for the Arduino and Raspberry Pi.
This version is currently available with fixings and servos at mearm.com in the UK
The Hackaday Store in the USA.
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MeArm is a trademark of MeArm Limited UK. Use of the MeArm designs is allowed but not use of the MeArm trademark.
The v0.4 is a tweaked step up from the v0.3.
Full build instructions at instructables!
Parts list differs slightly from v0.3 and has been recently revised (previous v0.4 counts in brackets). We think this is now the optimal loadout, most tolerant to the differences in the thickness of acrylics as supplied by perspex.
Nut x 10
6mm x 9 (was 11)
8mm x 12 (was 13)
10mm x 3
12mm x 7 (was 6)
20mm x 4
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