Anyone who has wanted their very own robotic arm which can also double as a personal assistant, just like Tony Starks in the Iron Man movies. May be interested in a new open source robotic arm called the uArm Swift which has this week launched by Indiegogo and has already raised over $59,000 thanks to over 143 backers.
The uArm Swift robotic arm can be used for a wide variety of tasks from 3D printing to pick and place applications allowing you to have your own desktop production line if desired. Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the uArm Swift robotic arm which is compatible with the Arduino IDE platform.
The uArm Swift is capable of pick&place, 3D printing, laser engraving, writing, painting and more. It is not only a robotic arm that you can own, but also a chance to decide how you want to involve robot technology in your life. Simply plug, press and play. “Teach”uArm Swift (Pro) with your hand, without a computer. It’s the all-in-one software to control uArm. uArm Play is a mobile app for remote control. With built-in Bluetooth module, uArm Swift (Pro) is ready to go.
For more information and full specifications jump over to the Indiegogo crowdfunding website where pledges are available from $209 for earlybird packages offering a massive 51% reduction of the recommended retail price of $426, and shipping expected to take place during May 2017.
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