Hydraulic Robotic Arm Description

Here is a perfect project for young engineers - The Hydraulic Robotic Arm, an easy to assemble 3D model.

The robotic arm will be able to grasp, lift, move and place items. It can turn almost 90 degrees.

Robotic arms are often used in large manufacturing plants to do repetitive motions. They can do many tasks from grasping to moving things (as this one does). A robotic arm can be very accurate, and programmed to do many jobs.

Building this kit gives a hands-on building experience and can help strengthen visual-spatial and fine motor skills.

Dimensions of Completed Model:

  • Reach (width) - 490mm
  • Swing - 180mm
  • Height - 370mm

The kit includes:

  • Instruction guide
  • Over 40 sturdy, die-cut, plywood pieces (including dowels)
  • "O" rings
  • Cardboard shim
  • Syringes
  • Tubing
  • Glue
  • Elastics
  • Sandpaper
  • Twist tie
  • Foam pad

The kit is suitable for individuals or to build as part of a group.

Recommended for ages 8 and up. 

A super fun way to learn about engineering, science and technology - and to move small things around the house or classroom in a more interesting way!


Shipping & Delivery

Pop your order in before 12 Noon Mon - Fri and if everything is in stock we’ll dispatch it that day guaranteed for you. This excludes public holidays of course.

You have two options to get your entire order shipped, standard delivery for $10 or our express service for $15 (excludes bulky items as labelled)

All your selections are sent with full tracking so you keep an watch on them as they progress to your delivery address. You can easily check the progress of your entire order by clicking on the tracking link in your dispatch email.

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