August 20, 2015 AT 4:00 am

Roboticarm V2 #3DPrinting

Juergen Lessner shared on Thingvierse:

Roboticarm V2 – fully 3D printable

After a total of 250 hours for the prototype version1 and this production version 2 I proudly present this (as of now really) complete 3D printable roboticarm.
This arm has like in V1 also 6 axis it can be fully controlled by the controlkeyboard.
Now the keyboard has a 16×2 LCD display and a SDCardReader.
The basecone is smaller and the servocontroller is built in the basecone. It is now easier constructable because I separated some parts. I’ve also improved the design of some weak or poor parts.


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