Meet Rotrics—a modular all-in-one desktop robot arm

This robotic arm is extremely versatile and can create 3D and laser cutting on various materials. Check out today's blog to explore what else Rotrics is capable of.

Meet Rotrics—a modular all-in-one desktop robot arm
Rotrics modular all-in-one desktop robot arm

If you’re looking for ways to remain more productive at work, Rotrics—an all-in-one desktop robot arm—might be everything you’re looking for. It’s capable of laser engraving and cutting, 3D printing, drawing, writing, and more. Not only can it reduce your time spent working, but it may even input creative ideas that you’re not skilled in.

So if you’re looking to add more creative flair to your work or personal life, this desktop robot arm is easy to use, features versatile modules, and can be expanded with linear rails.

What can you make with Rotrics?

Rotrics is equipped with extreme 0.05 mm high repeatability and a high speed of up to 500 mm/s. These specifications result in an intelligent, noiseless design that can make the following items: 3D items, such as ornaments, tripod holder, and more.

Use the laser engraving module to engrave onto wood, leather, paper, and various materials. Using this module, you can create a personalized gift in several minutes or make your brand your items.

Rotrics product design

Rotrics product design

Alternatively, use the 3D printing module to create a large module at once. Rotrics’ arm is bigger than 220 x 220 x 250 mm, so you can create various models that have an impressive result.

Using the pen holder module, Rotrics can write a hand-written little or draw an artistic image. This makes the all-in-one robot arm great for sending personalized cards or assisting with homework tasks.

This modular all-in-one robot arm is also capable of streamlining your workload. In fact, you can use two of these gadgets to create a production line in the office or at home.

Is Rotrics easy to use?

Absolutely! Despite its complex intelligence, Rotrics doesn’t require any complicated set-up or timely maintenance. In particular, you can change the modules in one click. This prevents you from handling screws and cables. You’ll also receive a free and easy software that offers an interactive way to control and makes your ideas happen in just a few clicks.

Rotrics in use

Rotrics in use

In addition, this desktop robot arm uses a decelerator that reduces the gap between gears. And it enables 0.05 mm repeatability to keep it constantly working with excellent precision. Best of all, this specification powers the arm for high precision laser engraving and 3D printing.

Overall, there are so many incredible talents to this smart gadget. Preorder your starter kit from Indiegogo for $659. Is this something you can imagine using every day? Let us know your feedback in the comments.

Amy Poole is an Editor and Writer at Gadget Flow. When she's not indulged in everything gadget-related, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Rosie, and keeping fit.
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