www.lynxmotion.com has a good arm setup.
Otherwise they get expensive real fast.
You can watch EBAY as they have various robot arms show up from time to
A lot of these are the smaller high quality arms that various schools have
But usually there isn't any software or manuals with them. So you get to
hook upyour own motor controllers
and roll your own software.
Since you're in the Netherlands, try http://www.milinst.com /. They're
UK-based. Their TecArm6 sounds like it might be what you're looking for.
The kit includes the controller board for the servos.
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