LittleArm Big 3D Printing Files
LittleArm Big Robotics Kit
All the code for the LittleArm Big is entirely open source and can be edited with an Arduino IDE.
The colors may vary from those shown in the photographs.
LittleArm Big 3D Printing Robotics Kit
This arduino robotic kit requires that you 3D print the parts for the LittleArm Big. This kit includes all of the electronics, electromechanics, and hardware you need to build the LittleArm Big. You must also purchase the LittleArm Big 3D Printing Files.
Once built this robotics kit can be trained like an industrial robot arm to perform basic repetetive tasks, using the bluetooth or windows applications.
The Kit Includes:
- 3 Large Metal Geared Servos
- 3 Small Metal Geared Servos
- Arduino Nano with LittleArm Control Board
- Bluetooth Module
- Extension Wiring
- All Necessary Hardware.
This is an Advanced DIY kit which requires basic assembly skills and basic understanding of how to use the Arduino IDE.
LittleArm Big (Fully Assembled Robot Arm)
The LittleArm Big is the best 3D printed robot arm ever created. With 6 degrees of freedom and clean printed frame it is able to emulate many of the best and most expensive robots used in industry.
This arm comes fully assembled, all you have to do is download the appropriate software to train it with your Windows computer. Alternatively you may plug in the accompanying bluetooth module to control the arm with the Android App.
The arm can also be reprogrammed using Python and Arduino. All of the code is open-source.
Reach: ~12 inches
Max Payload (fully extended): 0.25 LB
Processor: Atmega 328P (Arduino Nano)
Power: 6V 3A
More info on the LittleArm Big Here
Colors may vary from those in the photographs.
LittleBots Gripper 3D Printing Files
This includes the 3D Printing files for:
- Actuated Finger
- Un-actuated Finger
You will need to purchase a servo for this gripper. We recommend you use the MG90S servos from the LittleBots Store to ensure all dimensions are correct and the servo fits.
Note: These files were designed to be sliced in CURA.
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But the BIG also has great potential in practical applications as an assistant at a workbench or even in the home. Using the simple interface you can train the arm to perform some action and set it to do it at specific times and when you ask.