MeArm 0.4 Printable (.stl)

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MeArm 0.4 Printable (.stl) by Dingo_aus Dec 30, 2014
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This is a printable version of the MeArm 0.4 drawings.

This is a derivative of:

It was originally for laser cut 3mm Acrylic but these files will 3D print a 3mm ABS/PLA version happily.


My original Blender source file is included for download. If you need additional file formats please leave a comment asking for it.


see http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:360108 on how to build.

You have the option of downloading:

  • each part type individually (some parts need to be printed more than once)

  • each part inside one zip file

  • all the parts as one giant stl file (every part needed is represented)

  • all the needed parts as 7 different stl files (that fit on the UP! Mini build plate)

  • the original .blend file I used and exporting your own configuration of stl files (or modifying the shapes).

Note if downloading each part, some need to be printed more than once.

Please note that in the 7 files that are the plates, 7of7 includes a modified base plate to allow it to print on an UP! Mini. The original plate is found in the other downloads.

Note the following due to prining MeArm, not laser-cutting:

The tolerances are quite tight. So print on the finest and most accurate setting possible. (Works well with 200 micron on UP! Mini with "fine" setting in driving software).

In the current drawings which were imported from the DXF, some of the 3mm holes aren't quite big enough. A 3mm drill will fix them.

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Could you please make a updated version of the MeArm V1?
Thanks for uploading and great work!

Hi! This look great but ... I don't know how many parts of each do I need to print.. Could you post a list?

Grettings and thanks for all your work

Dear users, it has some dimensional problems so please solve and then print them out.

Hi, can you tell me what kind of servo does it uses?, Thank you

I hope you have figured it out or someone has gotten back to you by now about it. But they are 9g micro servos. Mine are made by Tower Pro. They are pretty common. I get mine from the Geek app on my android. But here is a pretty good deal
http://www.dx.com/p/sg90-universal-9g-servo-motors-w-accessories-for-r-c-robot-helicopter-blue-yellow-10-pcs-337848?tc=USD&gclid You would buy 10 with this deal. Youu only need 4 for this build. So if you don't need more, I recommend e-bay.

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Thank you. I am just standing on yours and other's shoulders and taking it a one little step further. Thanks to all the MeArm team for designing it in the first place.

Stunning work! Thank you!