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FreaksArm

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FreaksArm


SKU: EF08070

weight:664g

FreaksARM is a supper low-cost and miniature desktop robot Arm. It’s 4-axis robot arm and arduino-based. It is made up of laser cut wood parts and can be assembled by oneself in hour. It is very suitable for children education and to help achieve the purpose of edutainment during familiarizing mechanical arm’s assembly structure and connection. It’s affordable, simplified enough and not soldering required. FreaksARM is perfect for children and beginners to learn robot arm, it was conceived to make children understand robotics, electronics and program. FreaksARM project is open source. This means all of designs and codes, PCB schematics,are available for you in free. You can download, view , edit ,learn from all of the works that has been put into project.

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$69.00
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    FreaksARM hardware included the wood parts,  two joystick module and Freaduino UNO( Arduino compatible) which could directly plug the wires on and support 3.3V/5V switch. FreaksARM can be controlled by joystick and PC command. You can also try Bluetooth wireless  (BLE Center), leap motion , touch , imagine and etc cool ways to control.

    Elecfreaks EFBlock(Scratch programming) has library supported. That’s mean you can control FreakARM without coding. Download EFBlock, a scratch-based graphical programming software that are developed by ElecFreaks. Scratch is developed by MIT, It allows game designing and graphics programming, etc., and has good scalability. EFBlock is designed on scratch-base, it extends the part of arduino and electronic building blocks sensor module, also the FreaksARM’s control graphics programming. Miniature ,Simplify , Affordable, Scratch, Assembled for STEM and maker. This is FreaksARM.

    Packing list:

    • FreaksARM x 1
    • Mini Servo x 4 
    • Freaduino x 1
    • Joystick module x 2
    • USB cable x 1
     
    FreaksARM project is open source, based on the MeArm project from MeArm.com.

    Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. 


     

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