Aug 15, 2015

Eva 3D Printed Robotic Arm by Automata

Eva robotic arm by Automata has 80% 3d printed parts and it is planned to be low cost robotic platform for any purpose. Soon you will have a robotic helper in your workshop ...

Eva moving:

Eva technical specifications:
  • Degrees Of Freedom / Axis: 6
  • Weight: less then 2,5 kg
  • Range: 600mm Full Span Radius, 360°. Extendable with Gantry (coming soon).
  • Payload: 0.75kg (max)
  • Repeatability: 1 mm (subject to testing)
  • Max Speed: 100°/sec (1000mm/sec at full outstretch)
  • Mounting: Table/Wall/Ceiling/Inclined
  • Connectivity: USB 2.0, Wireless (TBC)
  • Power Requirement: DC 12V 10A
  • Auxiliary Ports: TBC

Automata Technologies homepage:

... the company claims that it will not open source it. Hey guys, sharing is caring!

If you are looking for more DIY and open soulutions for your own robotic arm here is a perfect project for you:


Eva is learning how to help build replicas of herself. The robotic arm is starting to operate a 3d printer: