Evezor Robotics and Automation Platform

A Networked set Robotic Arms, Motion platforms, sensors and more.
Easily programmed with a drag and drop interface.

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A Networked set Robotic Arms, Motion platforms, sensors and more!
Easily programmed with a drag and drop interface.

I am planning to publish a new thing here every day until I get them all. I will probably take me to the end of the year

So stay tuned!! Please give a like or a follow for updates.

This project has gotten massive but here's a small overview:

Evezor Edge Boards

Edge boards are a suite of discrete open source electronics boards networked through an open protocol developed by us and programmed using an easy to use drag and drop interface, also created by us. Network mediums currently are focused primarily on CAN bus, MQTT, and some APIs hosted by Evezor, covering the base cases of ease of use, low latency and communications over the internet.

Floe IDE

FLOE IDE is a drag and drop flow based programming language used to network robots over whatever but they are connected to. For quite a while now in the software world we've had tools like docker and kubernetes. Now it's time for the hardware world to have the same thing.

You can find a demo here:

Robot Arms

There was the original arm, I am trying to figure out what to do with them, I have over 5 and they are fitted with the latest firmware and network schemes.

There's a bunch you can find about that in the older build logs. They have served cocktails, drawn pictures, 3d printed, welded. A whole bunch of stuff.
I've got the next iteration in the works and will be posting about that soon.

Short Demo of Boards and IDE

One of my favorite videos

Santa wants to get some of our newest arms under some Christmas trees

A Publish A Day

  • more tomorrow 10/16/23

I've got a ton coming so follow this to stay up to date

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malvasio.christophe wrote 08/31/2017 at 07:38 point


is your scara use a rpicam and opencv ?

rpi2/3 ?

pick &place is nice but can it solder electronic too ?

i' m too much handicapped to use normal tools but i have lot of projects

so is your scara able to fully replicate itself for example ?

i have an arm project (mounted on a chassis with wheels to gain precision + reach) i absolutely need

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Oskar Weigl wrote 06/02/2017 at 03:16 point

Interested in a collaboration to mix in high power servo drives?

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GrayPillow wrote 06/02/2017 at 03:25 point

I think it's a goode Idea!

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anfroholic wrote 06/24/2017 at 08:07 point

Yes definitely!  For the time being we're basing most of our hardware around the smoothieboard which has stepper drives standard,  we have our eyes on moving in that direction for our next rev.  Thanks!

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Oskar Weigl wrote 06/24/2017 at 17:08 point

Have a look at the Juicyboard. It is based on the Smoothieboard, and supports many kinds of drive systems. ODrive will be included too.

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anfroholic wrote 06/25/2017 at 10:35 point

It's not letting me reply to your comment below so I will write it here.  "will be" makes it unfit for use at the moment.  I cannot use something unproven just yet.  Thanks for the heads up, that looks like a cool board and I will be keen on following its and your developement.

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GrayPillow wrote 05/31/2017 at 03:41 point

Nice project, I have a plan to build a scara robot arm based on yours , and apply my control system

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anfroholic wrote 06/24/2017 at 07:57 point

Cool! Nice drives!

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toms wrote 05/30/2017 at 07:07 point

Hi! amazing project! As someone who was part of starting a hackerspace  I admire your commitment to all aspects of the project, implementing various applications, and general forward thinking. As someone who is interested in building robot arms, I am interested in the motor control aspects of the robot. I plan to use magnetic encoders. I noticed them in all the videos but they are barely mentioned elsewhere. Most 3D printers use stepper motors without encoder, and digging through the GitHub repo I could not find how these come into play. I see videos of you teaching the robot (impossible without encoders) - I assume this is all done with Processing code that runs on the Raspi? in conclusion I would really suggest adding a system diagram - what connects to what and how. the only place I found something similar was on the Kickstarter page for your project. Hopefully I can build on some of your work and share the results.

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anfroholic wrote 06/24/2017 at 08:01 point

Thank you. At the moment the arm is driven primarily open loop. The encoders were only used directly in the collaboration demo.  I have taken off the encoders for the moment due to people telling me they're too ugly...  they will be coming back on board in the next rev along with full support as we have decided to opt with smoothieboard for the time being.

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kaoda wrote 05/04/2017 at 06:57 point

Perfect work! 

just one question - what if steppers used are geared ones? Like 5,18:1, NEMA 17?
Are this will be enough for same movement clearance and power ratio?

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anfroholic wrote 05/08/2017 at 20:43 point

Thank you! You run into speed vs. power compromises. A geared NEMA 17 would be slower than a straight NEMA 23.  Also depending on how you have things geared you may end up with undesirable backlash with a gearbox.

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kaoda wrote 05/09/2017 at 12:14 point

You are totally right my friend! Great job!

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Morning.Star wrote 03/25/2017 at 10:18 point

Lol I was going to ask what the banana was for but I made it down here anyway :-)

Really nice piece of heavy metal you have there, beautiful build. You must have a sweet workshop to be able to machine those parts...

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anfroholic wrote 03/25/2017 at 23:54 point

I am very fortunate, yes.  Thank you for the kind comments.

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