Alpha-Writer: A Computer-Controlled Letter Writing Robotic Arm

Alpha-Writer: A Computer-Controlled Letter Writing Robotic Arm

By V S Rajashekhar    View In Digital Edition  

In this DIY project, I’ll show you how to make a simple computer-controlled letter writing robot from scratch. It has two revolute joints connecting two links and at the end of the robot, there’s an end effector with a pen. By pressing a button on a screen, you can tell the robot which letter to do next. It can write all 26 letters of the alphabet.


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