Niryo One, an accessible educational robot, just for you
3D printed, 6 axis, Open source
What our customers say about Niryo One
The Niryo One is simply amazing. It's designed around open source, supported by a friendly and knowledgeable team, and constructed of off-the-shelf and 3D-printed parts. This robot is simple enough to get started with robotics, but extensible enough to use in complex projects.
Building the Niryo One and seeing how it was designed was a great experience. And now I can experiment with a real robot arm.
Niryo One is the perfect robot to help students discover robotics. Thanks to the very intuitive programming interface, they can learn about robotics manipulation use cases, and then programming and robotics communication.
This is the ideal product to make students want to learn more. That's why we are using it from our first-year to last-year classes.
Program the robot in less than 5 minutes
Here's Niryo One Studio, the free desktop application to use the robot. You can easily create complete programs with the Niryo Block interface. Based on Blockly (also similar to Scratch).
Made for education
Niryo One is more than a robot, it is an open source solution created for education with a set of educational resources useful to realize many projects and industrial demonstrators.
Reproduce industrial use cases
Use the robot to test an automated line with industrial machines. You can easily connect the robot with other devices. Industrial prototyping is finally within reach.
Create a complete Arduino or Raspberry Pi robotic project
With an external Arduino or Raspberry Pi board, you can synchronously control multiple Niryo One robots. Also another way to create small assembly lines, automated games, and anything that can be done with robotic arms.
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Why Niryo One?
Industrial robots are great for their purpose: production and precision. However, their price are really still too high. An industrial robot will cost you between
20 000€ and 200 000€.
Do you need such a robot for teaching and learning robotics ?