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GummiArm: 3D Printed Robotic Arm

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Meet the GummiArm: a 3D printed robotic arm capable of opening drawers, catching objects, and interacting with its environment. It uses AX-18A Dynamixel Actuators to turn spools with elastic bands. The below video gives you a quick look at what this robot is capable of delivering:

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This project is associated with the DeCoRo project at Plymouth University. Martin Fodstad Stoelen has been kind enough to share the appropriate files for this project on GitHub.

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