How to Make a Robot Gripper!

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Introduction: How to Make a Robot Gripper!

About: I'm a student of mechanical engineering at Aalborg university in Denmark. I absolutely love to tinker with electronics and mechanics, and thus much of my spare time is spent on hobby robotics and 3D printers. …

To make this project you will need:

* A small blow torch or lighter
* A glue gun
* A Dremel or rotary tool
* A few rotary tool bits(drill, sanding wheels and a cutting wheel)
* A permanent marker
* The Cutting pattern(can be found here http://kattejuice.deviantart.com/gall... )

* A micro servo
* 4 small nails or pins
* A piece of Plexiglas (acrylic, 2x2 inches or 10x10cm)
* A large paperclip
* And some sealing tape

If you don't have a rotary tool use a drill, some sanding paper and a fine saw.



This project is very cheap too! it only costs about $10!! :D

Heres the prize list:

A micro servo                   -$5 to $10 (mine was $6!)
4 small nails or pins      -FREE
A piece of Plexiglas        -$1
A large paper clip           -FREE
Some sealing tape        -$1




If you are new to robotics the you might wanna start with something simple and fun!

please go see my other videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1speabcZNA
or this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMXTs-33xbs
or this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wJ8EMu7gOM
and don't forget this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAATI2VOjlU

Enjoy! :D

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    5 Comments

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    crth
    crth

    8 years ago on Introduction

    what is this like for picking up ball's eg. ping pong ball

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    ernie666
    ernie666

    9 years ago on Introduction

    The protective layer should be peeled off after you cut your pieces. It's there to protect the surface from scratches when you work on your piece.

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    REA
    REA

    10 years ago on Introduction

    this would work perfect for the delta robot im making for a final project at school.