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by Pete Prodoehl

Introduction

These are 3D Printed LEGO Compatible parts that make building a Gripper mechanism easy.

Check out the full guide to making your own LEGO Gripper (with 3D Printed Parts)!

Note: You may also be interested in this LEGO Technic build of our Rover Gripper.

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  1. You can download the files and print them on your own 3D Printer. Find them in our GitHub repository: https://github.com/BrownDogGadgets/3D-Pr... There is a full assembly guide here: LEGO Gripper (with 3D Printed Parts).
  2. Every 3D printer is a little different, and may not be as well calibrated as it should be. If you find parts a bit too loose or tight we recommend trying to print at 101%, or 102% or increasingly smaller by a percent. That may be enough to help them fit properly. Note: If you are comfortable editing OpenSCAD files we've provided the source for you to make any needed changes: https://github.com/BrownDogGadgets/3D-Pr... Note: If you are comfortable editing OpenSCAD files we've provided the source for you to make any needed changes: https://github.com/BrownDogGadgets/3D-Pr...
    • Every 3D printer is a little different, and may not be as well calibrated as it should be. If you find parts a bit too loose or tight we recommend trying to print at 101%, or 102% or increasingly smaller by a percent. That may be enough to help them fit properly.

    • Note: If you are comfortable editing OpenSCAD files we've provided the source for you to make any needed changes: https://github.com/BrownDogGadgets/3D-Pr...

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