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Robotic Arm Project

Driving a couple of stepper motors with a FRDM-KL25Z MCU (i have lately switched to K46f + wireless control (joystick))

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FINALLY!!! THE 3D FILES ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC :D. DOWNLOAD THEM AND PRINT YOUR OWN ROBOTIC ARMS. i have managed to remodel the gripper, wireless communication has been added. so now we have a joystick sending controls to the receiver on the MCU freescale's K46f board. further details on the photos head over to this link.

>> https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B6pITOG5PsopfjFHS1ktNjNFVVRKY3JPZXdiQl9pMXdKYkc5UFI3SUc3dWlpek1XLUNzckU&usp=sharing

There was an upcoming expo (Nairobi Innovation Week 2015), so i had to do some modifications on it. once i get all the details together i will be uploading more videos

the project will be facilitated with the mbed online compiler tools, I got the structure completed as seen from the latest Photos, i got the arm to do some basic controls... if in future

Final yr project for my undergraduate level. i used a bunch of recycled stepper motors and utilised our school's 3D printer to print out the structure which i designed using AUTOCAD. just added wifi communication, and modified some parts e.g gripper and other parts in the structure

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  • 4 × DRV8825 Evaluation, Demonstration Kits, Boards and Modules / Evaluation Kits, Boards and Modules
  • 1 × KL25Z
  • 6 × STEPPER MOTORS
  • 1 × 3D-PRINTED PARTS
  • 1 × AUTOCAD

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    FINALLYYY!!!!!!!!! THE 3D FILES ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC. GRAB THE FILES I JUST UPLOADED AND PRINT OUT YOUR OWN PARTS (sat FILE TYPES)

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madivak wrote 03/30/2015 at 15:42 point

i can consider that, though am a little held up on time. am supposed to wind this up within 3 weeks, so currently am trying 2 work with what i have. Maybe after school then i can see how i can advance this further. Then i may drop you sm inbox. Just 4 curiosity what parts r  we talking about?

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iain galloway wrote 03/30/2015 at 15:36 point

hey, great project. Are you interested in some freescale stepper motor parts too? I think I could get you some.

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