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    Lightbulb Robot arm gripper

    HI ,
    i need a robotics gripper for my robot.
    i could find then on robokits and vegarobokit but they r very costly .

    can anyone suggest me a cheapper ones or resource to make one
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    Sudarshan Anbazhagan,
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    ok
    You want robotic gripper for holding football / colddrink tin / a man / remote / another robot or what else ?

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    i want for holding small items like tumbler ,tin,etc.

    with or without servo motor
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    SuperBotics MultiTech Pvt. Ltd.

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    What is your budget?
    .... I didnt do it ! ....

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    If your motors can carry weight then try with a DVD lens.
    Redefine it your way!!!!

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    Default What do you mean by that?

    Quote Originally Posted by akshay66 View Post
    If your motors can carry weight then try with a DVD lens.
    What do you mean by that?

    can you explain it in detail.....
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    My budget is less than <750
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    Sudarshan Anbazhagan,
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    Increas eur budget its way too low.......

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    For that budget, you better make it yourself

    http://www.diniro.net/fabbblog/2008/...botic-arm.html

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    i think it was littlebit misunderstood what sudarshan means to say

    Thing what i understand is that he has rest of stuff for moving gripper and he need only gripper.

    sudarshan if you are ready to do some metal / wood working then you can easily form two links with cam mechanism to make your gripper

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