Davinci arm project

Davinci arm project
DAVINCI ARM Project created to help exceptional people
Davinci arm project


Thanks to the use of 6 joints, the arm can be freely set to any position, no matter if the user is sitting in a wheelchair or on a chair.
Davinci arm project


Easy to remove the tray and spoon thanks to the magnetic handle, just pull to detach.


The DAVINCI arm is also designed for storage and transport. The arm can be easily detached from the platform and both parts can be hidden, e.g. in a drawer or cabinet. This prevents the device from dusting between meals.
Thanks to a dedicated box, after removing the arm from the platform, you can easily transport the device without fear of damage.


The entire structure is based on durable aluminum profiles and other components that affect the rigidity of the structure and the weight of the device. Additional ratios for the servos have also been used to increase the torque of each rotating joint.

The whole was designed using dedicated solutions


Davinci arm project


Our team designed and built a state-of-the-art robotic arm for people with disabilities. This innovative product in the "Product Design" category is designed to help with the task of eating, giving you more independence and dignity. The prototype is the result of the use of advanced technologies such as 3D printing, low-pressure injection molding and the use of aluminum profiles and other necessary components.
The arm is controlled by the Raspberry computer, providing smooth and precise control over its movements thanks to digital servos. With a unique combination of state-of-the-art technology and user-centric design, this robotic arm is designed to make life easier for those who need help with their daily tasks.


- Development of a conceptual design.
- Conducting an analysis of the choice of technologies and materials.
- Development of a 3D model.
- Development of a 3D CAD model for the construction of a prototype.
- Construction of the prototype.
- Programming.
- Conducting development research.


Project completed in 2023