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Build Grippy. The Arduino Nano-Driven Robotic Arm - now with Smartphone control

by DIYODE Apr 2, 2019
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Bien, le di un reporte a su publicación ya que en ningún lugar se menciona o agradece a MeArm por haber hecho el brazo y esa forma de querer llevarse el crédito y hasta darle un nuevo nombre solo porque le modificaron la base deja ver realmente que tipo de gente son. la verdad que me parece muy malo tomar un objeto, modificar 2 cosas y luego presentarlo como un logro de ustedes sin darle el crédito que se merece MeArm

Hello. Thank you for your message. We made credit in our digital and printed magazing article in April, and have posted this as a remix. Kind regards.

Hey, I would like to rebuild this nice project. What's the difference between part E and E2?

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Great question Guenter.
I spoke to Johann and he said that the E2 was designed if you found there was too much friction on the mating parts. Either will work, however, to save filament just go for E2.

Hey, you forgot to remove the Mearm logo from the original. You also didn't credit Mearm for the original design. (I do see it is credited in the article, but this should be posted as a remix of the original.) https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:360108

MeArm V0.4 - Pocket Sized Robot Arm

Thank you so much for pointing that out. We didn't notice that they had a Thingiverse presence. We have now posted as a remix. Thanks again. The DIYODE team.