Tapster Tbot XL

Tapster Tbot XL taps and swipes the touchscreen of tablet-sized mobile devices just like a human finger does. Tbot can be programmed to perform the exact same sequence over and over. The CoreXY design provides a low-profile testing robot at home on the desktop or in the lab. Tbot arrives assembled and ready to connect to your laptop with the included USB cable.

Challenge

A customer use case required the tapping and interaction of a tablet-sized device. 

Solution: Tapster Tbot XL has a large tappable area capable of tapping and swiping a tablet sized device. The customer used their own custom jig to lock the device in place. 

  • CoreXY, midTbot design
  • Rubber-tipped capacitive touchscreen end effector
  • Ships assembled, tested, and ready to go

Specs

  • Tappable Area: 240 mm x 170 mm
  • Software: Grbl firmware; programmed with G-code
  • Motion Control: Stepper motor driven X-axis & Y-axis motion; Servo motor driven Z-axis (pen lift / tapping) motion
  • Power: 12V power output (100V-220V input power supply included)

Requirements

  • Computer running Mac, Windows, or Linux
  • USB port
  • Node.js

Common Customizations:

  • Custom jig to hold larger IoT devices 
  • Push button capability (PBR )
  • Mounted USB camera to capture screen shots

 

See Tbot XL in Action

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