2048 Playing Scara

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2048 Playing Scara by robdobson Jun 4, 2016
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A 2048 smartphone game playing robot based on the SCARA robot from Idegraaf. More details here http://robdobson.com/2016/05/play2048witharobotarm/

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Hello, looking at your project, I thought maybe, could have interested in what I'm dealing with, it's a lamp printer.
maybe you can like it

what is the specification of the motors dc steppers that i can use? Nema 17 Stepper Motor Bipolar 0.42N/m (17HS4401) is a good option?

I think that stepper would work fine. Mine are SY42STH38-1684A which are 2mm shorter by the look of it but have similar specs otherwise. Let me know how you get on.

if i made a big aluminum base would it fix the backlash problem
and then install 3d printer extruder

I have now made a much more rigid version and plan to upload it in a week or two when I've completed some more tests

that's cool

if i made a big aluminum base would it fix the backlash problem
and then install 3d printer extruder

Hi! How is the backlash? Can it move precissely to work as a laser cutter? Thank you!

I think the main problem is stability of the base. There isn't much backlash and if the base was very stable and the supports were rigid then it would be fine. But as it is I would not recommend it.