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Hiwonder

uHand: Hiwonder Robotic Hand Fingers Move Individually for Robot DIY

Product SKU: HW2019131
  • User-friendly 1/1 scale bionic fingers
  • LFD-01 anti-blocking servos are used for the movement of fingers
  • Acrylic and aluminum alloy brackets contribute to structure and high performance
  • Support secondary development for your robots
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B.H.

I've employed this robot hand for crafting an object-gripping project, and it excels at securely holding onto items. I highly recommend it to anyone searching for a reliable robot hand—it's been a perfect robot for me!

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Robert C.

This robot is open source. I've personally programmed its tiny hand to perform various actions, and it functions smoothly. The flexibility in control methods is a major plus, providing me with convenient ways to manage its actions.

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M.V.d.M.
Nice for programming beginners

I used it with the 6-channel servo tester, and they have worked great so far. Really impressed with their quick and professional technical support! In addition, this robot comes with abundant learning tutorials. Although I am not good at programming, I can still get started quickly!

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Joy Dong
Expensive! But still worth it.

This little robot hand is not cheap, but it works really well. With the recommended motor test board you can easily get up and running to test the hand. It is also easily controllable with an arduino, using the standard servo libraries.

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Customer
very attractive

Good price to get this hand. It is very attractive when i run it at my store but it can’t grasp object actually. It is quite delicate. I love that !

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