DESIGNED FOR MAKERS DEVELOPERS TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
AS SPECIALISTS IN ROBOTICS AND BIONICS, WE PROVIDE ALL THE ELEMENTS NECESSARY TO ADD ANOTHER DIMENSION TO YOUR EXISTENCE THROUGH YOUR NEW HUMANOID
Since many years, Youbionic has been a leading name in adding a new dimension to its customers’ lives through robotic devices. Now, we are proud to announce the latest innovation in our collection, the Youbionic Hand. Whether you’re a teacher, student, developer, or product maker, the Youbionic Hand has you covered. This is your chance to access a revolutionary device that will help you to study programming better, with a state-of-the-art device to use for your robotics experiments.
As experts in robotics and bionics, we believe that technology can be used for good to increase human capabilities. The Youbionic Hand will help people to live better, with the ability to manage various tasks. While such robotic hands typically set consumers back thousands of dollars, Youbionic’s founder, Federico Ciccarese, wanted to create a state-of-the-art hand for just a fraction of the cost.
Since the Youbionic Hand was initially imagined, it has gained swift media attention worldwide. We take consumers beyond augmented reality with a 3D printed hand device that proves humans and machines can live (and work) together in harmony.
We have designed effective and very simple mechanical assembly solutions.
There are no metal parts or gears, the Hand is composed exclusively of pieces made of 3D printing and fixing screws.
The Hand will be able to perform movements you've never seen in any other Robot.
You can have it work in a workspace to perform routine tasks.
To experiment with artificial intelligence applications.
You can assemble it on a rover and control it remotely.
We have evaluated several choices but we have no doubt that 3D printing is what we believe to best manufacturing technology for projects such as ours. We are very excited about what this technology is capable of and we want to believe in it now, as its strengths are in the geometric construction potential and the ability to optimize the price of single, unique, bespoke products.
For microprocessors (Arduino), servos and sensors we decided to use standard components, thus making our project more flexible and affordable to the final user. We were particularly impressed by the quality of these systems and we are more convinced than ever to continue down this path.
Actuonix PQ12-P Micro Linear Actuator
The affordably-priced PQ12 is the most powerful actuator of it's size. Weighing in at just 15 grams, the PQ12 is incredibly light as well as compact which make them ideal for applications requiring precise positioning and compact size.
For product orders and information, visit the PQ12 Product page.
About Actuonix Motion Devices
We are Actuonix Motion Devices, and we build micro linear actuators and linear servos. Based in Victoria, BC, Canada, we provide innovative and economical micro motion solutions for the growing needs of several markets including robotics, aerospace, automotive, medical and radio control.
Visit www.actuonix.com for product information and project resources.
Learn to program it
Modeling for the Youbionic Hand was expertly generated through precise mathematical algorithms. The hand features a design that works and looks like a dream, with more resistance to operational efforts. We have also modified the project parameters to maximize the hand’s strength, making it perfect for any daily task or exercise you can think of. You can learn to program it to your liking to make it perform independently or via remote control.
Invest On it
As always, Youbionic delivers top-level robotics for just a fraction of traditional prices, so you can take your robotics experimentation to the next level. Hit the link below to invest in your robotic hand today, or fill out our quick and easy form to learn more.
We have worked to obtain the best technology in the simplest mechanics, both for printing and assembly.
To test this you can download Youbionic Claw for free to print and test our devices.