Eezybotarm MK3

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Eezybotarm MK3

This grabber has been designed with education in mind (Source: Pozzlab via Thingiverse)

The Eezybot MK3 is a four-axis 3D printed robot arm that came out in 2018, after its predecessor the MK2. It was designed by Carlo Franciscone (daGHIZmo) and features a replaceable gripper, internal cable routing, and a vertical axis supported by bearings.

This robot was designed for educational purposes, providing a suitable platform for exploring robotics, electronics, and programming. There’s also a related design called the Eeezybotarm, which is the first in the family.

All of these models are available for you to print and modify according to your own specific design, provided that you follow the original license and provide relevant attributions to the original maker. Instructions are also provided, and you can find these designs from daGHiZmo via Thingiverse or MyMinFactory. It’s an easy print designed without any supports.

Created By Kevin Schultz

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