Arduino Tinkerkit Braccio Robot

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The TinkerKit Braccio is a fully operational robotic arm, controlled via Arduino. It can be assembled in several ways for multiple tasks such as moving objects. You can also attach a camera or solar panel. There are so many ways in which the Braccio can extend the reach of your devices. Please note: Arduino Board not included

You can assemble your Arduino Braccio Robotic Arm in a multitude of ways. Because it is designed for versatility, the BRACCIO can also support various objects on the end of the arm. The included BRACCIO shield allows you to hook up the servos directly to your Arduino board. Unlock the unlimited possibilities of robotics with Braccio! You can assemble your Braccio in a multitude of ways.

Note: The Arduino Braccio Robotic Arm is sold as a kit and requires assembly before use.

Note: Does not include Arduino board

  • Assembly Hardware
    • Screws
    • Flat Washer
    • Hexagon Nut
  • Springs
  • Servo Motors: 2 x SR 311, 4 x SR 431
  • Arduino compatible Shield
  • Power Supply 5V, 5A
  • Phillips Screwdriver
  • Spiral Cable Protection Wrap
  • Assorted Plastic Parts


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  • Member #1437943 / about a year ago / 1

    My class is based on Microbit controllers. Do you see any reason why this arm could be controlled by a Microbit? Thanks!

  • Member #458248 / about 2 years ago * / 1

    I'm interested in this robotic arm. I would like a graphical interface for controlling the arm. I understand this can be done with the appropriate Arduino compatible software. Can you point me to such software that can be used with this arm in addition to the Braccio provided software?

    • santaimpersonator / about 2 years ago / 1

      Hi there, it sounds like you are looking for technical assistance. Please use the link in the banner above, to get started with posting a topic in our forums. Our technical support team will do their best to assist you.

      That being said... I am not sure where you got that information on the graphical user interface, but (to our knowledge) the Arduino IDE doesn't have that capability. You would have to build that (GUI) software on your own. Based on the attached datasheet, there is only a library package for this device and a few examples.

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