Build-n-Code Robotics with Take-Home Motorized-Arm (H2019CU8WK3)


Learn about the degrees of freedom and use the concepts to design and build a robotic crane capable of automating manual operations through the use of motors and programmable logic.

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Recommended Grade: Gr 5 – Gr 8

Skill Level: Intermediate – Advanced

Tools: Arduino, C, Sensors, Actuators

Prerequisite: Basic coding skills

Students will take home: Motorized Robotic Arm and Project files

Location: 133 E Fremont Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Refer to the Summer Camp schedule for a comprehensive list of classes

In this camp, your student will:

  • Build a mini industrial robotic arm with 4 degrees of freedom.
  • Learn the physics & electronics behind actuators. Program them using an onboard Arduino processor.
  • Understand the differences between a DC motor, Servo motor and Stepper motor.
  • Learn Micro-controller programming using an easy to use block based computer language.
  • Gain critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Start building concepts in various engineering disciplines including mechanical, electrical and electronics engineering.
  • Students take the robotic arm home and continue the journey with endless amount of fun while programming and playing with it.