[CLICK HERE] This servo arm has 2 degrees of freedom, is made from standard hobby servos, PVC tube, and 3D prints. It has been tested with SCUTTLE and works with manipulating light loads. The joints are double-supported, utilizing the same…
[CLICK HERE] The design used as a lift for working on the robot with wheels off the ground, and for storing SCUTTLE on its side.
[CLICK HERE] 3D printable bracket for securing of DIN rail to the 3030 Extrusions. Requires one M6 fastener and allows the user to slide the bracket along the extrusion or along the DIN rail to meet the desired position.
[CLICK HERE] A tower assembly for elevating the SCUTTLE deck height. It’s maker-friendly with 3D prints, M6 fasteners, 3030 extrusions, a PVC pipe and some PVC glue. Users can cut the PVC to any length to achieve their desired height.…
[grabcad] 3D Printable stepper motor plate assembly, for NEMA23 motors.
This 3D Printed bracket holds a stepper motor with the shaft parallel to your 3030 extrusion. Models are available on grabCAD.
Model for the standard robot configuration, version 2.3, hosted on grabCAD.
A design to remotely mount your i2c circuit board on the 3030 rails. Designed for 3D printing, available on grabCAD
3D Printable bracket designed for Texas Instruments Edge AI Starter Kit. Available on grabCAD as a full assembly.
Student-designed bracket for Raspberry Pi, that seats the i2c circuit board level with the bracket. See details in grabCAD
A prototype version of a conveyor to mount on SCUTTLE. This requires some OTS parts and some 3D printing, plus electronics. See details in the grabCAD post.
3D Printable bracket to mount Jetson Nano on SCUTTLE Robot chassis.