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For science fair this year, I felt like building something instead of doing an experiment. All I needed to do was look around Instructables for a project idea. ...
Materials: Per Finger: A2-70 bolts- 3 with a beveled head and 4 with a regular head for each finger ...
Each of the fingers uses two sets of four-bar linkage. I will show you how this works with the two pictures of the finger below. For the parts, ...
Originally, the fingers used 4-40 bolts for all of the holes, but since the metric bolts fit better, I swapped all of the bolts out. I needed to ...
For attaching the fingers, rough up the acrylic that will be glued. This provides the hot glue with something that it can grab on to. Also, position the ...
Sew all of the parts onto an old glove. Make sure it matches the robotic hand (left glove for left robotic hand and right glove for right robotic ...
Each of the sensors uses a voltage divider. The FSRs get a 10k resistor, and the flex resistors get a 22k resistor. The voltage divider works with the ...
I have attached the code from my first version. That time, I used two regular Arduinos since I needed 8 Analog In pins. It also isolated the two ...
This is one of the more challenging parts. Make sure to check and double check all of the connections. Each sensor gets its own terminal. One wire goes ...
Have fun with this project, and feel free to ask any questions! -zach
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