- Learn basic robot technology by building your own controllable robot with an LED light, five motors and five joints
- Command the Robotic Arm gripper using the wired controller to open, close, reach, rotate, grab, and release
- Some of the added features include a search light design on the gripper and a safety gear audible indicator on all five gear boxes to prevent any potential injury or gear breakage during operation
- Wrist range of motion: 120°. Elbow range of motion: 300°. Base rotation: 270°.
- Assembly required - No soldering required / FOR further expansion and controlling the Robot from your PC, order the optional USB Expansion Kit. Search for the Amazon part "CKR-291USB"
CIRCUIT-TEST Robotic Arm DIY Kit
Learn basic robotic technology and build your own wired control Robot Arm with five motors and five joints. Using the wired controller, command the Robotic arm gripper to open and close, reach, rotate, grab, and release. Some of the added features include a search light design on the gripper and a safety gear audible indicator on all five gear boxes to prevent any potential injury or gear breakage during operation.
- Wrist range of motion: 120°
- Elbow range of motion: 300°
- Base rotation: 270°
- Vertical reach: 38cm / 15 inches
- Horizontal reach: 32cm / 12.6 inches
- Lifting capacity: 120g
- Made in Taiwan
Didn't come with all of the screws, but it works.
I got this as a gift for my nephew for Christmas, hoping he would have fun assembling it. He is 11 and pretty smart, but this was a bit too complicated for him so I had to put it together. Despite meticulously separating out the screws and making sure I didn't...
Great build for a 9 year old
Loved it. My 9 year old and I cut into this project for Christmas break. It was a great learning experience for him. I was able to let him do 95% of the work. The only thing I did was help clarify some instructions, keep him on task (going through step by step) and finish...
Design flaw that will cause the arm joint screw holes to crack.
The joints within this model is held in by one short screw. Due to the weight of the arm it causes stress at the plastic that the 1 short screw goes into. This causes it to eventually break. I tried to fix this problem by getting a longer screw with the same thread. It...
Lot’s of fun!!
I bought this to help introduce my special needs buddy to using robots to perform tasks. I did all of the assembly (I’m an adult). I really enjoyed putting this arm together. It was cool assembling the gear boxes and seeing how they articulate with the motors. I had no...
I love this item, but few controls are not working due to some reason. When I looked the product along the market and other retailers now...it seems the product has 1/3 chance of failing. Unfortunately I gifted it to my nephew only after the return window is closed...so no...
A lot of assembly and fun.
It took me 2.5 hours to assemble and I only made one mistake. Nephew loves it. The claw is not very strong. identify and Mark all the screws before you start to speed things up.
Our 12 year old son built this in an evening, w/o help from us. He is having a great time playing with it, stacking spools of thread, and trying to write his name.Wonderful customer service, and an excellent product.
Could have been a neat toy, probably quality control issuse.
First robotic arm took 4.5-5hrs to assemble. Assembly wasn't difficult however 2 way switches would only work one direction. Although very disappointed my son and I agreed to order a replacement. Second robotic arm's m5 switch was suppost to operate turn table function...