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MeArm V0.3 - Pocket Sized Robot Arm
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This is the latest instalment of the MeArm. Lots of fixes over the V0.2 and is the first to have a working grabber. Designed to be light weight and inexpensive, consisting of four hobby servos and an A4 sheet of acrylic.
As with V0.2. The main architect of this arm is a talented chap called Jack Howard.
Action shots on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVjvxQ9HCMY&feature=youtu.be
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Kit now available! http://www.phenoptix.com/products/mearm-pocket-sized-robot-arm
Full instructions on instructables! http://www.instructables.com/id/MeArm-Build-a-Small-Hackable-Robot-Arm/
Code available on Github https://github.com/phenoptix/MeArm (now featuring inverse kinematics!)
To build this arm you'll need a laser cutter or 3D printer for the parts. In addition you'll need:
4 x Hobby Servos
4 Rubber feet,
4 x 20mm M3
19 x M3 Nuts
10 x 8mm M3
3 x 10mm M3
11 x 12mm M3
5 x 6mm M3
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