Ada Hand Kit (No 3D Printed Parts)

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Ada Hand Kit (No 3D Printed Parts)

479.00

Price listed excluding taxes.

The Ada Hand is a fully articulated robotic hand from Open Bionics. It comes as a kit of parts and can be assembled in around 1 hour using standard tools.  The hand has 5 degrees of freedom (DOF) and can be controlled from a PC or MAC over USB connection. The Ada hand houses all of the actuators required to move the fingers as well as its own custom control printed circuit board (PCB). The PCB is  based around the ATMEGA2560 microcontroller and can be programmed using the Arduino programming environment which will be familiar to many developers. This version of the kit is just the off-the-shelf parts and does not include the main 3D printed parts of the hand which are required to build the full hand. People purchasing this kit should be prepared to 3D print these parts themselves. A full kit is available here.

The Ada hand is perfect for anyone that is doing a project with robotic hands or wants a neat and functional robotic hand for use with a humanoid robot.

This kit does not include any 3D printed parts, which are required to build the Ada hand.

Assembly required.

This is not a medical device.

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Features:

  • 5 degrees of freedom
  • Open source
  • Arduino IDE Compatible
  • USB Programmable

Technical Specifications:

  • Mass: 380g
  • Major Dimensions: 215 x 178 x 58 mm
  • Operating voltage: 12V

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Please Note: This work is free to download and use only in accordance with the above license. Open Bionics must be attributed as the original designers and all derivative work must be released with the same license.