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Clampstand for Robotics

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ring stand base with 3-prong clamp
Part #: BSL-CLAMPSTAND

This lab ring and clampstand can be used when building the EMG-powered robotic arm in the BSL PRO H40 Lesson Set. The base of the robotic arm consists of one lab ring stand and clamp, which holds two servo motors and a gripper (BSL-GRIPKIT) in place. The stand is a cast iron support ring stand with acid resistant finish. The platform is 20 cm x 30 cm (5″ x 8″) and the rod is 51 cm (20″) tall. The clamp is a 3-prong finger style rubber-coated laboratory stand clip made of alloy steel.

One BSL-CLAMPSTAND is included in BSLBME-ARM-TA and BSL BME Systems. It may also be purchased separately.

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