DOBOT Magician - High precision 4-axis Robotic Arm for Desktop
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Push the boundaries of human-machine cooperation.
Introducing the all in one robotic arm that brings the power and precision of industrial robotics to your desktop. This cutting edge robotic arm can manipulate objects, 3D print, write an draw. The Dobot Magician is a highly precise, four axis, robotic arm for the modern educator, researcher, engineer, or maker. It uses a graphical programming environment and can work with an Arduino platform. With Dobot's includes tutorials and lesson plans to teach students, robotics, hardware development and automation.
With a sleek design and an easy to use interface, the Dobot Magician is ready to be used by people of all ages in whatever field they want, be it drawing a picture, decorating a cake, 3D printing, or seizing the means of production. The Dobot has four hot swappable tools that allow you to modify the robot for whatever tasks you need, combining that with four axis of movement gives you a robot that can only be described as... Flexible.
The Dobot can use:
A vacuum gripper
A 3D print head
A suction cup
A pen holster
Cross-subject learning tool Dobot Magician is an integration of programming, mechanics, electronics, and automation. It’s a great STEM /STEAM teaching device that strengthens knowledge across multiple subjects, through a high precision and user-friendly UI, enjoyable functions, and unlimited developing possibilities. Dobot Magician’s immersive and explorative experience increases interest in science and technology. With expansion ports mounted on the arm and base of the robot, there is no limitation to what you can do or create!
The Dobot Magician comes with the Dobot Studio software, allowing you to realise full control of your Dobot, with the power to teach Dobot a skill using; brain EEG control, PC or app interfaces, Leap motion, gesture control, voice control, vision command, Google blocky, or python. If that's not enough, you can teach Dobot to repeat an action by physically moving the robot and letting it record the motions to repeat.