Automata have unveiled details of a 3D printed robotic arm called Eva that the company has created and will be launching very soon towards the end of the summer months of 2015.
Eva weighs approximately 2.5 kg making it extremely portable and over 80 percent of Eva’s components are 3D printed including the outer casing and internal functional mechanical parts.
Watch the video below to learn more about the Eva unique tabletop 3D printed robotic arm, that can be controlled from a desktop computer, browser, smartphone or tablet device. Automata explain more :
We believe robotic automation can bring a huge amount of creativity in addition to enhancing productivity to small businesses and individual users. Over the coming years, these will change the way we live and work. But first, these robots need to become a whole lot easier to use, safer to work beside, and substantially more affordable.
Eva is our first product in our commitment to meet those goals, by being a low-cost, easy to use and lightweight robotic arm. We like to think of Eva as an assistant that can give you a helping hand in a variety of uses whether you’re a business, hobbyist, or an educator.
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