Robotic Gripper by mitchnajmitch

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I found this design while browsing on Internet and pretty liked it. So I decided to make a printable version of it. Must say it works very well.

All parts are connected with 3mm pegs. The holes in the long arms are little bit smaller so the peg will not fall out. I wanted to run the gripper with a small stepper motor from the old cd-rom drive, but the motor was to weak. So I redesigned the motor mount for the 6V DC motor I bought in local electronic parts store.

Before printing please read the instruction page.

Printing Instructions
To print:

1x Robotic gripper base
2x Robotic gripper jaw
8x Robotic gripper arm
2x Robotic gripper arm small
1x Robotic gripper center
1x Robotic gripper DC motor mount

Other things you will need:
1x 3mm screw 45mm long
1x coupler to couple motor shaft and 3mm screw
1x 3mm Rivet nut ( or make your own on lathe.

Printing Stats
RoboticGriperJaw.stl Time: 0h 34m 21s Filament used: 0.529796m
RoboticGriperArmSmall.stl Time: 0h 12m 4s Filament used: 0.176146m
RoboticGriperArm.stl Time: 0h 18m 27s Filament used: 0.266096m
RoboticGriperCenter2.stl Time: 0h 23m 27s Filament used: 0.307062m
RoboticGriperBase.stl Time: 1h 44m 52s Filament used: 1.45166m
RoboticGriperDCMotorHolder.stl Time: 0h 46m 27s Filament used: 0.633689m
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