Robotic Arm Kit: Learning Resources
How to interface Servo Motor with Arduino IDEThis tutorial discusses what are servo motors, how to control them, and how to interface them with Arduino IDE using motor control units in evive with the help of an Arduino IDE sketch.
Controlling Servo Motor (Setting Angle) using Arduino IDEIn this tutorial, we will control Servo Angle connected to evive and Arduino using Arduino IDE functions.
Servo Sweep using Arduino IDEIn this tutorial we will sweeps the shaft of a RC servo motor back and forth across 180 degrees using Arduino IDE.
Controlling Servo Angle using evive Firmwareevive Firmware allows user to control servo motors using inbuilt potentiometers. In this tutorial you will learn how to set 90 degrees angle.
Controlling Servo Angle using Joystick in Arduino IDEIn this tutorial we will control the position of a RC (hobby) servo motor with a Joystick.
DIY Joystick Controlled Robotic Arm
Learn how to make a joystick-controlled robotic arm and turn it into a DIY claw machine.
DIY Color Sorting Robotic Arm
Learn how to make your own DIY color sorting robotic arm using ultrasonic and IR sensors.
DIY Computer Controlled Robotic Arm
Make your own computer-controlled robotic arm and control it like a pro with your computer’s keyboard.
DIY Robotic Arm Bartender
This project will show you how to make your own robotic arm bartender that will make you a star host!
Robotic Arm with Two Motors
In this project, we will make the robotic arm without any end effectors. There will be only two servo motors in the robot. We will control this robot using two potentiometers.
Controlling Gripper using Potentiometer
A gripper is a device which enables the holding of an object to be manipulated. In this tutorial you will learn how to assemble and control gripper you get with Robotic Arm.
Pick & Place Robot with a ‘Twist’
This version of a four degree of freedom pick and place robot will allow you to re-orient picked objects.
Pick and Place Robotic Arm
This is a four degree of freedom robotic arm capable of picking and placing small objects. With medium sized links, the robotic arm can fit perfectly on your table top.
This is a three degree of freedom robotic arm with a pen holder as its end effector. You can code this robot to draw anything, write your name, sketch your face and much more.