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ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
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ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
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ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
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ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
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ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
RobotArm ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
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QuickShot SVI 2000 ROBOTARM ®

The Quick Shot SVI-2000 Robot arm was manufactured in 1985 by Spectravideo International as a toy/educational trainer. The unit could be controlled by a cartridge plugged into an MSX computer and manipulated with the ROGO programming language which was similar to LOGO. The other way to operate the arm was with two Atari style joysticks.

The arm has five degrees of movement. There are five small DC motors, each connected to plastic gears. There is one motor in the base, two in the shoulder joint and two in the elbow. The wrist and gripping action are controlled by motors in the elbow attached to long rods so as to keep weight out of the end of the arm. There is a light on top of the elbow joint that illuminates only when the gripper opens and closes.

There are no sensors for position feedback. QuickShot Robotarm SVI-2000 by SpectraVideo that went out of business in 1988. The ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000 teaches the basic robotic sensing principles while testing your motor skills as you control the arm. Five axis allow for flexibility.

ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
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ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000
ROBOTARM Trainer SVI 2000
ROBOTARM ® Trainer
QuickShot SVI 2000


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