WLKATA Mirobot is designed to be compact and only cost about 5% of the price of real industrial robot, which makes it very accessible for educators and students.
Designed with 6 axis and one extra freedom, WLKATA Mirobot owns an essential feature to obtain the freedom of movement for nearly all of the industrial and domestic uses.
For programming beginners, the graphic programming Blockly, blue tooth controller and teach-and-learn modes are all ideal for an easy start. So everyone could play with Mirobot in an hour.
The API interface is opened for customization and supports e.g., Python, C++ and JAVA languages. For robotic developers, we provides 3D model and UI interface for platforms such as V-rep, Ros and Matlab.
Height only 22cm in its homing gesture; only weight 1.5kg which is similar to a laptop
Ideal for learning and demonstrating production line and industrial 4.0 scenarios
Three dimensional working space allows tilt and turn -- same to a real industrial robot
stepping motor joints with multistage gearbox
Ready to use from the box; hardware based on Arduino control board and allowing expandableinterfaces
Curved and safety position limits design features preventing clipping hands
The official software WLkata Studio is the basic method of play with Mirobot. It provides a number of controlling ways including Blockly, Drawing, Teach-and-play, Python and G-code.
Simply uses your phone to control the robot arm and have fun.
Mirobot support Bluetooth, WiFi and Custom API, so users can develop their own exclusive controller.
Free source code and API for mainstream robotics development platforms (third-party software), including V-Rep, Ros and Matlab.
WLKATA Mirobot is an open platform hardware product. The API is open for customization. Check out our Github and download page for the 3D models and source code for V-rep, Ros, and Matlab and more. By following the online tutorials and DIY guidance, you could customize attractive robotic demonstrations with tomorrow concepts.
With 6 types of end-tools, wireless controller, conveyor belts, sliding rails, visual recognition kit, rover and more, the engineers and makers can create unlimited scenes of future life right on the desk.