DIY Arduino Robot Arm with Smartphone Control



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In this tutorial we will learn how to make an Arduino Robot Arm which can be wirelessly controlled and programmed using a custom-build Android application.

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27 thoughts on “DIY Arduino Robot Arm with Smartphone Control”

  1. First of all thanks for the great Project! However, I am struggeling to get the servos to run proberly. The servos are shaking, small movement back and forth. I am not able to control them normally. I've tried already to change the baudrate, check the data which is sent to the Bluetooth Module and i've used a Mega as well (somebody in the comments mentioned it). Any ideas what could be the problem? Thanks

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  2. Thank you very much for this video! I just want to know if you shut down the Arduino and start it again it can save the position of the robot?

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  3. Hello sir,
    Thanks for sharing the project. It's a great help in showing to new buds what automization is.

    With your help I am helping my 7 year old son in learning automization or at least making him familiar with.

    Thanks a lot sir.

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  4. This is the first project you made that I ordered all the parts for and I'm going to build it. Thank you for sharing your STL files, I have the Creality CR10S model and I love it. Isn't it nice?

    Love your ant too. Oh, also, I've been developing Android for about 3 years now with Xamarin, and you introduced me to MIT App Inventor. What a cool program! I was up and had an app running in 15 minutes as opposed to Microsoft VS that took 3 days to get all set up.
    Thanks again – Subscribed.

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  5. Thank you very much sir. My project is almost done, the program is good (just change little bit). Hope you all the best with all your content

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  6. Thy so much dude, i learned a lot in ur tutorials, this year i will going to high school and i will write in mechatronic

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  7. hye i am facing some problems in using sg 90 servo motors whenever i send signal through bluetooth app and code provided the servo motor only moves back and forth and does not react to desired position pease help me to resolve this problem

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  8. Can you make this with cheap ebay arm? And also how to you copy the codes for arduino software? Sorry in advance for sounding stupid

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  9. How do you attach the servos to the pieces? The attachments I have for the servos have holes that are too small for any screw to fit. Do your attachments have bigger holes in them? How else can I attach them to the parts?

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  10. the servos come with screws but the soildworks parts have no screw threads so how do you connect them?

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  11. my question is the following for a bluetooth hc-06. this code would work or would have to make modifications to the code

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  12. How to connect sg90 servos for wrist roll, pitch and gripper? what servo attachment is used? (hub, horn, etc.)

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