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Niryo One is a 3D printed accessible six-axis robotic arm, powered by Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Robot Operating System, designed for makers, developers and students.

You can use it at work, at home or at school. The Niryo One is perfect to learn or even teach robotics, you could even reproduce industrial use-cases. With six-axis, you can draw on a vertical board or any non-horizontal surface. In reality, the things you want to pick up with your robot are not always on a flat surface, and on the ground. This is a huge limitation, but not for Niryo One.

Most industrial robots (in car factories, for example) are six-axis robotic arms because they are the most efficient robots known for now. Having a six-axis robotic arm, you can easily reproduce industrial use-cases, without having to sell your house or your car!

With the web and mobile interface, you can modify a sequence of commands: change the order, add one step, modify values… You can also modify a lot of parameters on the robots, to get the most of it for each use case. Niryo One will be connected to your home using Wi-Fi. That means that you can control it wirelessly and from any part of your home. You can pre-order the robot on Kickstarter.

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