September 15, 2016

Build an Arduino Robotic Arm

If you love robotics this project is for you! Lifehacker have put together a fantastic set of instructions detailing how and why you should build your own robotic arm. Not only is building your own robotic arm super cool, but it is also fairly comprehensive in teaching you about lots of Arduino basics. Indeed, once you have built your robotic arm you will have learnt about controlling servos, bread boarding, Arduino coding and more. 

Robotic Arm

Depending on your interests you can modify your robotic arm so that you can control it using an IR remote control, over the internet or even using your Nintendo Wii remote! If building your own robotic arm sounds like something you would like to do check out the following link.

If you are looking to get started making your own robotic arm, why not check out our own ProtoShield for Arduino. The ProtoShield is an excellent tool to turn your temporary, breadboarded project into something more permanent. Proto Shields fit directly onto an Arduino board and have a large general purpose area in the middle where you can solder on your own parts to create a durable, long lasting project! The ProtoShield is a high quality, corrosion resistant gold plated PCB and represents great value at only $3! To find out more about our fantastic ProtoShield’s check out the product page.

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