Brunel Hand 2.0
Brunel Hand 2.0
PLEASE NOTE THE BRUNEL HAND IS BEING DISCONTINUED. PARTS UNAVAILABLE IN THE SHOP WILL NOT BE RESTOCKED.
There is a limited amount of Brunel Hands left to purchase.
4 x right hand
1 x left hand
Files will still remain open source for makers to build themselves.
The Brunel Hand 2.0 is an advanced, lightweight and precise robotic hand for researchers. With a low cost and open source design, this fully articulated device is primed to revolutionise the future of robotics research.
All over the world, university researchers and roboticists are using the Brunel Hand 2.0. It has nine degrees of freedom, four degrees of actuation, and can be programmed using the Arduino programming environment.
The Brunel Hand 2.0 is compatible with robot arms and perfect for anyone doing a project with robotic hands or wants a neat, light, and functional robotic hand for use with a humanoid robot. It's an excellent platform for research into prosthetics, object grasping and many human-robot-interaction applications.
What's in the box:
Fully Assembled Brunel Hand
Micro USB Cable
9 Degrees of freedom (DOF)
4 Degrees of actuation (DOA)
Fully open source hardware and software under the CC Attribution-Sharealike 4.0 International License
Arduino IDE compatible
Powerful embedded microcontroller
Current feedback on all motor channels
Lightweight (ideal for low-payload robot arms)
USB serial and I2C connectivity plus breakout pins
Fully controllable RGB status LED
Integrated 9 axis IMU
Mechanically compliant finger joints
Robust and shock-resistant design
Grippy urethane palm and finger pads for high-friction grip
Major Dimensions: 198 x 127 x 55 mm
Operating voltage: 12V
Materials: PLA plastic, TPU and Urethane
Brunel Hand 2.0 by Open Bionics is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at www.openbionics.com.
Please Note: This work is free to download and use only in accordance with the above license. Open Bionics must be attributed as the original designers and all derivative work must be released with the same license.