Zortrax Robotic Arm

by Zortrax 21 September 2015 in Engineering

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New version of the Zortrax Robotic Arm.

The model of Robotic Arm presented here is a pick and place device, that could be applied to the production line to advance the efficiency of the process. Thanks to the three motors used as the mechanism, the device is able to lift parts that weigh up to 0,1 kg. Five axes allow the Robotic Arm to move on five different directions and guarantee that the device will reach the parts that are to be picked. The model presented here has a mounted grasper on its end, but it can be replaced by other tips, like sucker, electromagnet or a drill, according to desired purposes.

Assembly manual can be found at: http://www.zortrax.com/downloads/ROBOTIC_MANUAL.pdf
Dancing robot.gcode file can be found at:
http://www.zortrax.com/downloads/Dancing_Robot.gcode
Use 8mm steel balls in main bearing.

We recommend to use Z-ULTRAT to print this model. To get best resoults choose 0.14 layer thickness and light infill for bigger parts. We recommend to use Side Covers during print.

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  • Profile photo of Serhat Çapkın
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    Serhat Çapkın 
    | 2 years 3 months ago

    How many pounds of filament was removed in the 3d printing process of the hello robot

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    pjee4212 
    | 2 years 6 months ago

    Does anyone know where i can find the hardware parts to buy them?

    Profile photo of pjee4212
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    pjee4212 
    | 2 years 6 months ago

    Does anyone know where i can find the hardware parts to buy them?

    thanks!

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    Michał Burkacki 
    | 2 years 7 months ago

    Could you send instruction how to configurate ramps with marlin ? In Pronterface i get fallowing reply: (the motors doesn’t move) 0.00mm of filament used in this print – from -20.00 mm to 18.00 mm in X and is 38.00 mm wide – from 0.00 mm to 110.00 mm in Y and is 110.00 mm deep – from 0.00 mm to 0.00 mm in Z and is 0.00 mm high Estimated duration: 0 layers, 0:01:29 Print started at: 12:58:10 Print ended at: 12:58:10 and took 0:00:00 echo:endstops hit: X:9.98 Y:65.00 echo:endstops hit: X:9.98 echo:endstops hit: X:9.98 echo:endstops hit: Y:65.01 echo:endstops… Read more »

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    tyleryoung1230 
    | 2 years 11 months ago

    Did anyone figure out how to make the “jaws” controlled electronically? It would be much appreciated. Thanks

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