I consider uArm Swift Pro to fit my project the best, but need 500mm range instead of only ~300mm available. Weight to be lifted is rather small (50g at most), but need accurancy ~1mm. Is it possible to make my own extended arms and reassemble uArm Swift Pro without losing it's accuracy? What other implications apart of decreased lifted weight and accuracy degradation do you envisage?
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could you not just put the uarm on a rail? (controlled by a stepper)
Hi, my case was not stated clear enough. I need arm to operate on a square field 45x45cm. It can't be placed in the centre.Rail gives an additional dimension, but only one. Making a set of rails around the field sounds like overkill for me.
I wanted to put it on wheels to do infinite sized (x,y) 3D prints. How accurate can you make it though? It would need to move with sub-millimeter accuracy unless autolevelling could compensate for it