Interbotix Robotic Arm (Trossen Robotics)
Makers will enjoy working on the Interbotix robotic arms by Trossen Robotics (an open-source and inexpensive robotic platform) but these arms will also be a perfect fit for technology curriculum or robotics research labs. They work with the Dynamixel servomotors and are Arduino and ROS-compatible.
There are 11 products.
The PhantomX Pincher Programmable Robotic Arm (without servos) can be used alone or as an accessory for your TurtleBot or TurtleBot 2 robot, and benefits from a complete ROS for the purposes of programming.
The WidowX 250 version of the Interbotix robotic arm offers a superior reach and span. It's an open-source and customisable choice benefiting from 8 latest-generation Dynamixel servos, guaranteeing flexibility and precision of every movement.
A robotic arm equipped with 7 latest-generation Dynamixel X-series servomotors, which pushes control and precision of movement to the extreme. All this with ROS and Dynamixel SDK support offering a full barrow of codes and demos.
After the WidowX 200 robotic arm and the 5-axis WidowX 250, Interbotix is back with the 6-axis WidowX 250 robotic arm. 9 Dynamixel servo-motors from the XM and XL series were needed to build this mobile arm dedicated to teaching and research.
This PhantomX Pincher kit is an ideal additional equipment for your Leo Rover mobile base. It can also be used independently for automated projects in the fields of education and research.