3D Printable Robotic Arm

£69.00

3D Printable Robotic Arm

Learn, design & build

4.83 out of 5
(6 Customer reviews)

£69.00


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  • Program with our state-of-the-art Microcontroller (Arduino at heart)

  • Video tutorials teach you how to put it together

  • All the design files available to print yourself

  • Ideal for Beginners

  • Product Description

    The MakerClub Robotic Arm is the most advanced way to spark your inner inventor!

    Welcome to MakerClub from Simon Riley on Vimeo.

    Perfect for beginners our Robotic Arm comes with access to over 10 hours of interactive tutorials through the MakerClub website.

    It’s your own personal learning dashboard!

    Get to grips with electronics, programming, and design in one advanced kit with real, professional grade components – great for budding inventors aged 8 to 80.

    Use drag and drop coding to make the arm do your bidding and use Bluetooth to control it directly from your mobile phone or tablet.

    Why not 3D print and redesign them from scratch!?

    With every purchase, you’ll be given the original design files, so you’ll be able to manipulate and 3D print them as many times as you like!

    All components, including the MakerClub Hornet Board, can be reused for future electronics projects, making the possibilities, limitless!

    This is one of the world’s most advanced educational robotics kit for kids, 3D printer enthusiasts or anyone looking to get into product design.

    Begin your digital adventure with MakerClub!

    Additional Information

    BrandMakerClub
    Product Dimensions10 x 10 x20 cms
    Manufacturer Recommended Age8 years and up
    Batteries IncludedNo

    Reviews

    What others are saying

    1. simon

      5 out of 5 A great little product

      Admin (verified owner)

      Perfect for learning how to program in the real world!

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    2. Declan Cassidy

      5 out of 5 Great for 3D printer owners...

      Admin

      Works great on our Ultimaker, the kids loved it 🙂

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    3. Will Brett-Atkin

      5 out of 5 Really fun and learnt a lot!

      (verified owner)

      I thought robots were really complex until I built my robot arm. Really enjoyed it and can’t wait for the next kit!

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    4. susan

      5 out of 5 Awesome

      This is very good. I bought it for my sons 9th birthday and he loved it the moment he saw it come out of the wrapping paper. The video tutorials are great and we can’t wait to get the next project from MakerClub.

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    5. Inti Beer

      5 out of 5 A great thing to do on a rainy afternoon

      This is a very good model: Not too easy to put together, excellent build quality, the parts fit well, it all looks robust. The instructions are clear. You need to be careful that you use the correct size screw, because in some places it’s not entirely clear which to use. Anyway, good fun building it. Great value for money.

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    6. Tim Williams

      4 out of 5 A Fun Gadget

      Bought for my dad – he loves it, possible more for someone slightly younger but he was sure entertained for a good few hours on Christmas day putting it together 🙂

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