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Topic: Robotic proximity grabber (Read 57 times) previous topic - next topic

SpyChicken215

I am designing a rover that I want to mount an arm to. I want to make this arm grab objects based on a grid position. I want the arm to have 2-3 fingers, and I want it to rotate on 3-6 axis's. I want it to bring the objects it grabs closer to the face of the rover so it can analyze and take measurements of the object. I want this rover to have many other features too but i plan to split the tasks in between multiple arduino nano's controlled by a Raspberry Pi... In other words i want to make it fully autonomous but monitor-able....

I am just starting to use my arduino UNO after 3 or 4 years of owing it, so if that tells you anything it is like I just bought it. If anyone has suggestions that would help, I'm in way over my head with this one and would love some help.

Paul_KD7HB

You have LOT of mechanical engineering in that project. How is that coming?

Paul

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