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4_Axis: Not the most spectacular module, but quite important as the end effector (Gripper) is mounted to it. It is also rotatable by 360 degrees around its axis, which helps to position the gripper for the current task. [I am currently developing a fully 3D-printed, Raspberry Pi controlled and programmable 4-axis educational Robot Arm: "Timobot". This project is a cheap and easy way for 3D print enthusiasts, makers or students to get into the world of 3D printing, combined with programming and electronics.
As I am still a student myself and the budget is quite tight, there is still a lot room for improvements. Feel free to redesign and improve whatever you want!
All needed CAD-Models, Bill of Materials, Slicer Profiles and much more will be available for free to download and build your own robot arm as soon as the development process is finished.
If you need a manual and helpful tips/explanations to build your own arm or just want to financially support my project, a book will be available to buy for a small amount of money.]