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Gripper by bumpfirestock Dec 5, 2012
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The gripper for my robotic arm.


Check out www.memachining.webs.com, go to projects, then robotic arm to see images on what parts do what. You need 1 main plate, 2 fingers, 2 linkages, and 1 of each gear. This is modeled around this servo motor http://www.pololu.com/catalog/product/692

Here is a youtube video of the gripper: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cje4T2xRGfg

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Is a part missing from the Downloads section? The angled gripper finger?

Yea, sorry, I uploaded it as a SolidWorks file, my bad!

I just put the STL back there.

You don't need to navigate all through the website just to get to the album of the finished product. (why didnt you upload those pictures here???)

Anyway, click here; http://imgur.com/a/lD5zw#2http://imgur.com/a/lD5zw#2

Sorry, I was running out of time last night. Thanks for posting that!