April 15, 2014 AT 5:13 pm

DIY Pick and Place Machine

Pete’s Blog: DIY Pick and Place Machine – Part 2. Peter writes-

Above is the back side of the machine.  Along the top is a piece of DIN Rail that extends from the left and right of the ShapeOko frame.  This is where the majority of parts are installed.  Below this, you see a grey vertical surface with parts mounted.  This is a long steel L-Bracket, surplus from some IKEA furniture, that I screwed to the ShapeOko MDF work surface.

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1 Comment

  1. Hey! I’m the author of the this Pick and PLace machine, so it’s pretty cool to see it on Adafruit.

    Anyway, there are updates to this project! Check them out here:



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