You can’t expect to learn about robots if you don’t play with them and program a few. The WidowX Robot Arm Mark II has a ArbotiX-M Robocontroller inside in addition to a lighter and stronger arm structure. Its MX actuators offer a full 360 degree freedom of movement in the base. The robot arm has a rigid boxed ABS construction, a custom gripper, and mounting brackets for additional sensors and cameras.
As the above video shows, this robotic arm can be programmed to automate complex tasks with a high level of accuracy. The onboard Arbotix Robocontroller can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. Like what you see? More information is available on trossenrobotics.com.