3D PRINTED ROBOT PROJECTS (DIY INCLUDED) ——Niryo: Niryo One

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Niryo: Niryo One

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The Niryo One is available for purchase as a kit or fully assembled (Source: Niryo)


Introduced in 2016, the Niryo One is a 3D printed 6-axis collaborative robot arm for education. Originally launched on Kickstarter, Niryo has continued on strong with continual improvements in software and design.

The Niryo One is meant to be an introduction to industrial robots. It’s very precise and is driven by stepper motors controlled by Arduino and Raspberry Pi. It’s also easy to program and can be done in less than 5 minutes with a free desktop application.

If you’d like to order one, it’s €1,799 (~$1,978) fully assembled or €1,499 (~$1,648) as a kit. There’s a helpful video on how to assemble the Niryo One if you go with the kit, but beware that they won’t be performing integration tests.



Created By Kevin Schultz


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