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Robotic Arm You Can Build With Arduino

What is a Robotics Arm?

Robotic arm is a branch of Science and Engineering (Computer science and Mechanical Engineering) that deals with the design and construction of artificial intelligent machines.

According to tech pally, robotics deals with the development of robots and the use of computers to direct and control its features and functions.

Robotics engineering technology is now much popular in Europe, followed by Asia and there are universities and colleges offering degrees and MS in robotics engineering in the UK, US, India, etc.

For you to learn robotics development in the university, you need to have knowledge about computer science and engineering courses.

One of the areas of study where you can easily get a job and an attractive salary is computer engineering and robotics.

Robotics categorization

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There are different types of robots and the classification is usually subjected to the opinion of the writer. 

However, robots can be classified according to their field of application, like Industrial robot, entertainment robot, household robot, military robot, medical robot, space robot, service robot, etc.

Some publishers can also classify robots based on functions or locomotion; like Stationary robot, wheel robot, legged robot, flying robot, swarm robot, swimming robots and so on. 

These types also have subcategories that are also classified as types of robots.

Today, we’re working on articulated robots (robotic arms) and if you’re already familiar with robot technology and computer programming with the Arduino board, I will suggest these laudable projects on the construction and development of a robotic arm.

To start a would-be successful project of a robotic arm, you can learn from the experience of Chaktty.

In one of his Techpally blog posts, he made an illustrative guide to remember the construction of high speed CNC routers, a trend that started recently.


Materials that are needed for developing robots using Arduino

  • 1 Arduino Uno
  • 1Protoboard 830
  • 1 5v supply for Protoboard
  • 4 Servo motors mg90s
  • 1 90v Wall Adaptor
  • 20 Cables Tampa M-m
  • (x) 3d-printed parts for robot arm

In the next project building robotics with the tutorial for constructing a robotic arm with servo motors controlled by the Arduino program, these are the Materials needed.

  • 1 Arduino Uno
  • 1 Protoboard
  • 2 Micro-servos
  • 4 Micro-pushbuttons
  • 4- 220 ohm resistors
  • (x) Cables

Now, moving to the EDUTRONIX channel to learn about its recent projects, the robotic arm with three servo motors and Arduino without a bookcase is the methodology with the aim of allowing its use in any microcontroller.


Materials that are needed.

  • 1 Protoboard
  • 1 Arduino Uno
  • 3 Servo motors

Today, we all realise the importance of robots and we benefit from this evolution. 

There are many things robots are used for and some of them are things that humans can not do. 

Robots help to enhance business and it’s become part of our life today.

The use of robots in the future will definitely grow exponentially, from domestic use, industrial use, business, school etc. 

One of the main developments in robotics is the implementation of the arms automata in order to execute tasks of the human arm at the industrial level, perfecting movements and becoming a transcendental invention for Business production.

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