We are introducing Evezor, a robot that can carve, draw, engrave, pour, pick, place, cut, weld, print, grab, mill, assemble and create your next project or business. Powered by Raspberry Pi, open source software and hardware, Evezor is the most hackable robotic arm there is. Evezor can share and automate the hand tools you already own and with open toolhead platform, anyone can make tools for this machine.
A welded tube tower and steel skeleton give Evezor the strength to support tools weighing over six pounds. Precision machined components and NEMA 23 motors deliver precise control, quiet operation and the power for machining operations. An 800mm wingspan provides the build area for large projects. Evezor has printed an entire violin in a single piece.
Magnetic encoders make this collaborative arm so user friendly our two and four year olds can program it. Closed loop control gives you the peace of mind that you’ll never miss a step.
Make prototypes from a wide array of toolheads, then seamlessly scale up to production with the same tool. Evezor’s agility opens the door to the entrepreneurial world for every maker. What can Evezor make? The answer to this question is, anything you can think of.
We have launched a crowdfunding campaign. We commit to giving back to the open source and open hardware communities by contributing 10% from every arm. We think it’s important to give back to the ecosystem that made this project possible. Our mission is to increase access to opportunity and democratize manufacturing.
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Evezor - Open Source Robotic Arm Manufacturing Platform
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