Meet the Mirobot mini industrial robot arm which is capable of delivering incredible versatility, precision and fit into many functions for a home, school, or professional use.

Inspired by the famous ABB IRB 6700 industrial robot arm which is utilized in advanced factories around the world, Mirobot was created as a small, affordable, and user-friendly mini industrial robotic arm that is accessible to everyone. It was designed for all categories of people including makers, robot enthusiasts, engineers, and students with the goal to learn coding, study robotics and more. With its impressive and fluid movement along it’s 6-degree of freedom, the Mirobot can perform any number of tasks including production line, automated tasks, picking and placing, assembly and more

Steve, the Creator of the Mirobot Project, while sharing thoughts on the project said,

Our team is a group of industry experts who believe that robotics should be easily accessible to anyone. Our goal was to take the cost, size, and complexity out of industrial robotics and create an easy to use the device for both beginners and advanced users. With Mirobot, robotics is easy and fun for everyone.

Mirobot is the smallest 6-axis industrial robot arm available today. It has an incredible level of movement and flexibility allowing it to rotate freely, 360° on both horizontal and vertical axes. The robot arm has the high precision of professional industrial robots and 0.2mm repeatability that ensures that every motion is incredibly precise and repeatable with its array of super-smooth stepper motors.

Other advanced features are also built-in including OpenMV and computer vision code that can be used for facial recognition, QR code, and Bar code detection, shape detection, optical flow and a variety of other advanced vision tasks.

In contrast to other robot arms available today, Mirobot has a number of key features that make it simple to operate and no special programming knowledge is necessary. The Mirobot Studio software includes powerful tools for creative work and learning. Through the intuitive control interface, users can begin with basic commands and advance to more complex programming at their own pace. The visualized programming interface provides an intuitive way to program a robot arm using simple drag and drop techniques.


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