In a nutshell…we have been working on getting the software installed as a testing means and have no issues running the software in a profile that has admin rights. However, as I am sure you are familiar with…students don’t get admin rights to their profile…and so it prompts for credentials to run, when a student login is at the helm. Is there a way to get DobotStudio to run for students who do not have admin rights?
wow! This is an easy one! Thanks to Christian Hunter fromInPosition Technologies; the Leader in Dobot sales in the US. For more information or to buy Dobot Magicians go HERE. Here is Christian’s solution:
Yes, there are 2 versions of the software. If you run “DobotStudioX” it doesn’t require admin rights. It should be at this, or a similar location, depending on where they saved the software on their PC.
What’s the proper way to actually get my Dobot Magician to connect to my computer? What software is required? Is it expensive?
Number one, the software is free and it is called Dobot Studio. I am told it always will be, and it is updated regularly. You can install it on as many computers as you wish. Did I mention it is free? As for start up procedure, it is very easy. just watch the short one minute video clip below. A couple other things while we are at it…. be sure that the power supply power cord is plugged in all the way; this is a common reason for not connecting. Also please heed the warning below and NEVER plug inputs or outputs into the robot while it is powered “ON”.
Never connect or disconnect inputs or outputs to the robot while it is powered up or connected to the software. Damage to the robot will result!
We have found a way to get a Dobot Magician for teaching in your classroom! All you have to do is go to InPosition Technologies here: https://www.dobot.us/ and when your district makes the purchase, use the code chrisandjimcim for $100 off and free shipping!
NOTE: We do get a portion of all sales that are generated using this code, and it will be used to pay for this website.
The other advantages to buying it here using this code:
US warranty work is done here in the United States.
They sell spare parts and accessories that are shipped from right here too.
Access to Word Doc Activity files as they become available
Access to the 3D print and laser cut accessory files as seen in the videos like the pneumatic parts feeder and the pallets.
I have just purchased 8 of them for my classroom to use within my robotics class. As I develop activities, I will also share all of them, in Word Doc format for all of you who use the code to purchase a robot. I will also share the files for any of the 3D printed and lasercut accessories that we make for it in the classroom. Very easy to program, and very powerful software that can TEACH as well as RECORD. The software is free and requires no code. Download it here. See the quick video below!
I can’t seem to get EdgeCAM or your Flow Arm to work, or any of the other CIM Software for that matter. What should I do?
Well, don’t cry; that doesn’t work. I’ve tried it. Screaming and yelling does not seem to work either. So here’s an idea:
Download the following Chris and Jim coloring pages! That’s right! PDF coloring pages of yours truly! Download and make as many copies as you want, and have your kids color them in with crayons or markers or colored pencils; the options are endless!
Just click on the pictures below to download us! Don’t say we didn’t give you anything for Christmas!
This is a picture of me at CalPoly whilemountain biking at Puddingstone reservoir!This is a picture of Jim when he came out to Cazenovia last Spring to do the Lynx Robotics update!