Robotic Arm Kit

evive’s learning modules are designed to give you a perfect learning experience. Use these easy to assemble DIY modules to make your perfect robot mate, helping ou do things otherwise difficult to accomplish.

The Robotic Arm kit enables a multitude of possibilities- make your personal pick-and-place system or a sketching robot to draw your favourite cartoon character or make a candy sorter. Try to assemble the module yourself or take help of the instructions inside. Use evive’s menu based interface to control your creation or program it to automate the task.

Component List

2 x Metal Servo Motor and Accessories
(Includes servo horns, bolts etc.)

Standoffs
5 x 15mm M3 (Male to Female)
18 x 20mm M3 (Female to Female)
5 x 30mm M3 (M ale to Female)

Fasteners:

6 x M2 bolts of 12 mm length
40 x M3 bolts of 8 mm length
5 x M3 bolts of 12 mm length
10 x M3 bolts of 20 mm length
12 x M4 bolts of 16 mm length
6 x M2 Nut
12 x M3 Nut
10 x M4 Nut
4 x M4 Lock Nut
(Note: MX represents X mm in diameter)

2 x Micro Servo and Accessories
(Includes servo horns, bolts etc.)

1 x Bearing

1 x Pen

1 x Binder Clip
(for mounting)

1 x Joystick

1 x Bunch of Cable Ties

1 x DC Adapter
12V-2A

1 x Bottom Inner Bearing Disc
(the larger one)

2 x Middle Inner Bearing Disc
(the smaller ones)

2 x Middle Outer Bearing Disc
(the ones with larger inner diameter)

1 x Top (+1 x Bottom) Outer Bearing Disc
(the ones with smaller inner diameter)

1 x Top Inner Bearing Disc

1 x Base

1 x Racquet-Shaped Link 1
(the one with smaller holes)

1 x Racquet-Shaped Link 2
(the one with larger holes)

1 x Link 2

1 x Support Link 2

1 x Gripper Part 3

1 x Servo Holder

1 x Gripper Part 1

1 x Gripper Plate

1 x Gripper Part 2

1 x Gripper Link

1 x Gripper Claw 1

1 x Gripper Claw 2

Projects

Controlling Servo Angle using evive Firmware
evive Firmware allows user to control servo motors using inbuilt potentiometers. In this tutorial you will learn how to set 90 degrees angle.
Project Info
Programming Platform: evive Firmware
Type: Tutorial
Difficulty: Beginners
Estimated Time: 1 hrs
Controlling Servo Angle using Arduino IDE
In this tutorial, we will control Servo Angle connected to evive and Arduino using Arduino IDE functions.
Project Info
Programming Platform: Arduino IDE
Type: Tutorial
Difficulty: Beginners
Estimated Time: 1 hrs
Servo Sweep using Arduino IDE
In this tutorial we will sweeps the shaft of a RC servo motor back and forth across 180 degrees using Arduino IDE.
Project Info
Programming Platform: Arduino IDE
Type: Project
Difficulty: Beginners
Estimated Time: 1 hrs
Controlling Servo Angle using Joystick in Arduino IDE
In this tutorial we will control the position of a RC (hobby) servo motor with a Joystick.
Project Info
Programming Platform: Arduino IDE
Type: Project
Difficulty: Beginners
Estimated Time: 2 hrs
Controlling Gripper using Potentiometer
A gripper is a device which enables the holding of an object to be manipulated. In this tutorial you will learn how to assemble and control gripper you get with Robotic Arm.
Project Info
Programming Platform: Arduino IDE
Type: Project
Difficulty: Beginners
Estimated Time: 2 hrs
Robotic Arm with Two Motors
In this project, we will be make the robotic arm without any end effectors. There will be only two servo motors in the robot. One on the base and another on Link 1.
Project Info
Programming Platform: Arduino IDE
Type: Project
Difficulty: Intermediate
Estimated Time: 4 hrs
Sketching Robot
This is a three degree of freedom robotic arm with a pen holder as its end effector. You can code this robot to draw anything, write your name, sketch your face and much more.
Project Info
Programming Platform: Arduino IDE
Type: Project
Difficulty: Intermediate
Estimated Time: 5 hrs
Pick and Place Robotic Arm
This is a four degree of freedom robotic arm capable of picking and placing small objects. With medium sized links, the robotic arm can fit perfectly on your table top, use the clip to attach it to your table or use screws if you’re comfortable with drilling holes.
Project Info
Programming Platform: Arduino IDE
Type: Project
Difficulty: Intermediate
Estimated Time: 6 hrs
Pick & Place Robot with a ‘Twist’
This version of a four degree of freedom pick and place robot will allow you to re-orient picked objects. The assembly instructions are very similar to the robot above, with some adjustments. With medium sized links, the robotic arm can fit perfectly on your table top, use the clip to attach it to your table or use screws if you’re comfortable with drilling holes.
Project Info
Programming Platform: Arduino IDE
Type: Project
Difficulty: Intermediate
Estimated Time: 6 hrs