Hydraulic Robot Arm
The word “hydraulics” comes from the Greek word meaning water organ.
Hydraulic power is liquid under pressure can apply a lot of force and this can be used by machinery to do heavy work.
The basic idea behind any hydraulic system is very simple: Force that is applied at one point is transmitted to another point using an incompressible fluid. The fluid is almost always an oil of some sort. The force is almost always multiplied in the process.
Students will learn the basic knowledge of the Hydraulic power and the basic 3D Printing. They will hand-on to the ensemble and operate the 3D Printed Hydraulic Robot Arm.
We will introduce Tinkercad and show them how to assemble the parts of the robotic arm in Tinkercad. The children will learn to identify the parts and assemble them accordingly with tutor guidance. We will explain the function of syringes(as the level to control the arm) in a different area of the arm, allow to try on without inserting water. We will allow them to try on the Hydraulic arm with water-filled syringes and see the difference once we finished assembling.
Our programs develop their
Understanding elementary design practice from ideas to production
Understanding 2D and 3D geometric shapes in physical and digital platforms
Developing Digital Literacy in 3D software competency
Understanding 3D Printing principles and practice
This workshop will be completed in 8 hours in 4 classes. We must be notified 15 days in advance before the class start for materials preparation.
All materials will be provided.
Date: 10 November 2018 onwards, Every Saturday and Sunday
Time: 12pm – 6pm
Fees: RM500 per pax
For ages: 7 – 18
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