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The coolest design for a Robotic arm, fully controllable and programable with an Android App (Armdudroid in Play Store).
It uses Arduino Uno, 4 MG995 or MG996R servo, 1 micro 9g servo, bluetooth connection, sensor shield V5 and a Lipo Battery. NO MORE COMPONENTS, it is easy and extremly cheap.
All the information (Arduino code, mechanical instructions, parts info...) is in http://www.armdudroid.com
Download SKP+STL+DXF to get the ARM and the rest to support Plugins. THE BEST PLUGIN SOLUTION FOR A DOMESTIC ROBOTIC ARM.
Thanks for downloading and supporting.
Now the APP changed. The code is adapted to control any servo machine.
New Plugin Support, Easier to change plugin and ADDED PLUGIN SUPPORT BASE, so NOW IT IS EASIER to CREATE A PLUGIN!
Added NEW PLUGIN! Standard Servo Gripper.
Added NEW PLUGIN! A digger!
Thanks to all people who visit the project and who like it.
Next steps -->
Thanks to GaÃ©tan Collaud for lot of useful suggestions (like changing the web typo to another more readable, the code comments language and the code on github for example) and to offer his help to me.
All of you can be part of this project, I want to get that, the best Open Source robotic arm with Plugin system and fully programable with any Android device.
In the future Armdudroid will be controlled not only with an Android device but with other devices like Iphone, PC/MAC/, Windows Mobile... This is the goal.
But if you don't have an Android device, you can easily control it with this simple example:
New APP to control Armdudroid and any Servo controlled machine, with a New Android code with ENGLISH comments and ALL adapted to control any machine!
I will be updating www.WHATAKUAI.com and www.ARMDUDROID.com
Visit http://www.armdudroid.com and see how to build the arm!
Armdudroid - Open Source Arduino and Android Controlled Robotic Arm by Whatakuai is licensed under the Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike license.
So what's this mean?
We're sure Whatakuai would love to see what you've printed - take a photo and share it on Thingiverse as a Make.
To post a Make simply visit this Thing again and click I Made One to start uploading your photo. You can also download the Thingiverse Mobile app (available via Google Play and Apple App Store) to take a photo and upload your Make right from the app!