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Build Your Own Robot Arm!

by Lambert Varias
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Red5’s aptly named Robot Arm helps budding Dr. Wilys work on their assembling skills. £30 (appx. $44.23 USD) gets you a kit which you have to put together to form the arm, but I don’t think it’ll require Junkyard Wars-like skills; you don’t have to solder anything to put this one together.

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When assembled, the robot arm has  “a maximum lift weight of 100g, opening gripper capable of grasping anything up to 1.7” in width, a 120 degree wrist pivot, a 300 degree elbow motion, a 180 degree base motion and a LED search light for night time operations”. Red5 also says that the five motors of the robot arm allows for “amazing, precession movements”. Looks like Red5 needs a Syntax Robot.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zg3qd7utejw

What I want is a robot arm that could assemble the robot arm for me.

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