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Delta robot project built for Fall 2010 mechatronics class (ME 102B) at UC Berkeley.

The delta robot is used most commonly to pick and place items quickly and precisely. The three arms are parallelograms that maintain the orientation of the end effector. There are three degrees of freedom in the translational x, y, and z direction. The arms are designed to be lightweight hollow rods for easy manipulation by the servos. The actuation is controlled by an Arduino board.








3D Models designed in Pro/Engineer
Actual robot hardware based on 3D models







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