Robotic Arm Edge

$64.95
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SKU:
OWI-535
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Robotic Arm Edge

Riding the wings of the award winning Robotic Arm Trainer, OWI has made robotic arm technology more affordable without compromising quality. With Robotic Arm Edge, command the gripper to open and close, wrist motion of 120 degrees, an extensive elbow range of 300 degrees, base rotation of 270 degrees, base motion of 180 degrees, vertical reach of 15 inches, horizontal reach of 12.6 inches, and lifting capacity of 100g. WOW!   Some of the added features include a search light design on the gripper and a safety gear audible indicator is included on all five gear boxes to prevent any potential injury or gear breakage during operation. How does this equate to fun?

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                 Motor Specification:-

 

 

                               Item

              Specs

Remarks

 Operating Voltage

DC3V

 

 No Load Current

255mA Max.

 

 No Load Speed

12340rpm ±12%

 

Starting Voltage

 

 

Starting Current

 

 

 Stall Torque

60g-cm

 

 Stall Current

3170mA

 

                  Motor Dimensions:-

 

 

 End Shaft ( Metal Case Side)

9.4 ±0.5mm

 

End Play

0.05~0.60mm

 

End Shaft (End Bell Side )

 

 

 Motor Length

25.0 ±0.3mm

 

Motor Diameter

Φ20 ±0.2mm

 

 End Bell Case Width

Φ15.1 ±0.15mm

 

 Bearing Case Diameter

Φ10 +0.05/-0.25mm

 

 Bearing Case Width

8.9 ±0.25mm

 

 

 Tolerance : ±12%

 Dimensions:  3.6inx2.5inx5.9in

4xD Batteries Required (not included)
Age: 13+ 

Robotic Arm Edge Accessories

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USB Interface for Robotic Arm Edge        Robotic Arm Edge Act. and Exp. Curriculum

 

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  • 4
    Great Project

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Mar 2012

    Fun project to build. One of the best instruction manuals I have used. Fun to play with after you build it.

  • 4
    Great hardware, adequate software

    Posted by Vincent Sanders on 22nd Dec 2011

    Bought this and built it with my kids, had great fun. The software for the USB control was not Linux compatible, so I wrote some. You can get it here http://kyllikki.github.com/EdgeRobotArm/

  • 4
    love my robot

    Posted by nicholas on 14th Feb 2011

    does anyone know if you can use USB Interface kit with windows 7 - 64 bit?

  • 5
    Great Introduction To the Robotics Hobby

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jan 2011

    I am 34 and have always dreamed of building a robot. This introduced me to the basics and was a lot of fun to build. It also required a lot of patience to work with the smaller parts. It is important not to over tighten the pincer assembly as it will trip the safety switches and not allow the pincer assembly to work right. Overall a very good product.

  • 5
    Great Holiday Present!!!

    Posted by untitled on 7th Dec 2010

    as a 12 year old boy building and playing with this robot was an awesome experience. I highly suggest it for a present. Also when making the head or grabbers, make sure you use the right metal poles

  • 5
    coolest robot ever!!!!!!

    Posted by pedro on 26th Nov 2010

    when i first saw that robot i thought that it was a ripoff so then i saw the video and i was amazed and i wanted to buy that coolest robot as soon as possible.then after that my sister wanted one to so then i told my dad if i could get one for me and one for my sister then he said he would get the robot for me and my sister.after i opened my package i sceamed. i was so happy to get that cool robot

  • 5
    Best...Robot...Ever!!!

    Posted by tottenhamjm on 17th Jul 2010

    Great product!! I built it and it works great! I set up a little crane machine game with it. Material for game:prizes, Stand to put crane on, and a few kids!!!

  • 4
    Kid very happy

    Posted by Cesvasquez on 13th Jul 2010

    I bought this for my 9 year old son. He couldn't stop working in the assembly until he finished about 8 hours later.
    He did it all by himself just following the drawings in the manual since he doesn't speak english.
    He loves this project from the beginning.

  • 5
    Wow!!!!!

    Posted by L. Scrimshaw on 13th Jul 2010

    I am sooo popular for buying this for my son for Christmas! He loved putting it together with his dad, and loves using the finished product. Right now he is using a remote control he assembled himself to control a real robotic arm as it picks up cheerios and puts them in my son's mouth! How cool is that? The range of motion and "dexterity" of this robot are impressive!

    If your child is careful and patient, has a willing adult helper and has any interest in robots, electronics, or engineering, you can't go wrong with this fantastic product, especially for the price. You get 2 products in one: a fun building project, then a super fun gizmo to play with. I am so happy I bought this!