Robotic Gear Arm Could Be Used for 3d Printing

Introduction: Robotic Gear Arm Could Be Used for 3d Printing

About: hola que tal soy estudiante de ingeniería mecatrónica me gusta mucho avanzar con proyectos relacionados con el iot y robótica ahora mismo he logrando desarrollar dos proyectos de automatización en la universid…

The goal I wanted to give the robot

It is to make a model and demonstrate the force of its force transfer system through gears and with this also generate touch.

Ball bearings are used to reduce friction and make the robot move more harmoniously. The robot is designed to have a low center of mass.

A tx source was tapped to provide a 12v and 5v power supply for the motors and plate respectively

Step 1: ​hardware

The control system uses an Arduino Mega with a RAMPS 1.4 board and A4988 drivers. I provide a solid and functional programming foundation for the Arduino, which handles the interpolation of the stepper motors, performing all the geometric calculations, and smooth accelerations. It can handle some kind of serial GCODE communication.

Step 2: Turntable

Turntable

It has a bearing so that the stepper motor can be actuated and the flexibility of the arm can be controlled as a step.

The fully extended robot arm at the top multiplies every gear and bearing tolerance it has.

Step 3:

It is this part of genera and carries mechanical energy

It is composed of the impreza parts (h, locks), bolts, stepper motors and gears.

Step 4: Acoplamiento De Motores

It is this part of genera and carries mechanical energy

It is composed of the impreza parts (h, locks), bolts, stepper motors and gears.

Step 5: Base With Roller Bearing Gives Degrees of Freedom of Rotation

Step 6: Mechanical System Name

for arm (coupling of bearings preferably to place them using a press, I use a small press against a table they are not very expensive in hardware stores these 3 or 5 dollars)

Step 7: Motor and Electronics

Nema 17 motors of 0.6 were used, which gives you the precision unlike servos, an Arduino mega and a 1.4 ramp with its 4988 driver to control the motors and a tx source you can take out of an old computer and bridge the cable green with a black one so that the source turns on every time you feed it with AC

Step 8: Body

Step 9: Piezas Stl

here is all the stl so you can print it on your 3d printer

Attachments

Step 10: Codigo

code

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