DIY: Exoskeleton Robotic Arm for $100?

There are plenty of advanced prosthetic arms available on the market. Not everyone can afford one though. This project from Tex Workshop explores the idea of building one for a very affordable price.

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The prototype has a motor on the elbow and assists seniors or anyone who needs help. Arduino takes care of processing. The Exo-Arm has back support and lifting capacity of 10kg.

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