Pedro Petit Robot
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Pedro Petit Robot is an Open Source Robotic Arm 4 axes designed in France and fully 3D printed. This robot is easy to program with an Arduino Software (IDE), it can catch and move some objects with a high precision. Pedro Petit Robot is fun and safe way to learn for teacher, student, programmer, artist, designer, amateur or even curious to learn the basics of robotics.
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Pedro Petit Robot low cost open source 3D robotic arm
Pedro Petit Robot is a low cost open source 3D robotic arm 4 axes, with USB control. Easy to program with an Arduino Software (IDE). Pedro Petit Robot is fun and safe way to learn for teacher, student, programmer, artist, designer, amateur or even curious to learn the basics of robotics.
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