Microbotlabs Robotic Kits, Software and Tutorials for Fun STEM Education
Microbotlabs designs and makes quality full featured educational DIY Robot Kits. Our kits are Designed for makers, hobbyist, students and everyone who is interested in learning more about how robots work and how they are programed. Kits provides a great introduction to industrial robotics and motion control concepts by building real robots. Our kits are constantly evolving (ArmUno, Armio, Robotio) with new designs and options enabling you to choose the kit that is right for you.
PIXY2, OpenMV H7, jevois-A33 Machine Vision Camera Module Mounting Plates
We are making it easy to start experimenting with machine vision cameras on the Anitron Pan tilt and the Armio C4S robotic arm kits. Available by request, if interested use the contact link for availability and more information.
MicroBotLabs Packs Extensibility & Options into Every Kit Design
Make your Own Robot with Microbotlabs Build-N-Learn Kits
Microbotlabs Build n Learn Robotic Kits are a Great way to get acquainted with Robotics. Learn Programing and Mechanical Design Principles. Explore the many STEM disciplines that mechatronics encompasses.
Control You Robot!
MeCon SoftBrain Robot Arm Control Software Makes it Easy to Program Motion Path files to Control the Servo Motors on your Robotic Arm. Great companion for any Arduino Powered project that needs to control servos with a simple USB/Serial port interface. All kits include MeCon Pro edition password for additional features to control more servo motors and more motion playback options.
NEW! Servio Robot control software for Mac Os and Arduino SERVO-MATIC Code Generator web app are now available on the Microbotlabs web site.
We Love our Customers! - Testimonials
Fun fun fun and did I mention fun? Awesome little kit and a great intro into robotics! One of the reasons I chose this one over some of the others out there, was the included software.
The best arm for the price you can get. This is a fairly strong arm can make it lots stronger with metal geared high torque servo and it would be more stable with some longer screws but no problem for me it was vary useful for what I needed it for I used it for my robot build with 4 big joy sticks connected to the radio sticks and yes you can use this with a regular rc hobby 4ch Controller because it uses standard hobby servo
a great educational robot, at a great price, the MeCon software made it really easy for the kids to get right to playing with the robot, while still introducing them to the principals of arduino control. I recommend this for anyone who wants to try their hand at robotics on a budget.