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Index PnP

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The Index Pick and Place is a Open-source hardware Pick-and-place machine, initialy developed by Stephen Hawes.[1]. It is a hardware platform that uses the OpenPnP software for Control and configuration.

The project is currently listed as under development[2] and in a stable state[2].

The main control board of the system uses a modified Marlin[2] firmware to control different parts of the system. It receives G-Code from the OpenPnP host[2].

The Index's development process is being catalogued in a series of videos. A playlist of these can be found here.

Media Coverage[edit]

The Index project has been covered in a number of articles on[3] and Hackaday[4]


  1. The Index - An Open Source Pick And Place, retrieved 2021-05-08
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 index-machines/index, Index Machines, 2021-05-02, retrieved 2021-05-08
  3. "Index PnP Machine Can Control Up to 30 Component Feeders at the Same Time". Retrieved 2021-05-08.
  4. By (2020-05-11). "Open Source Pick And Place Has A $450 BOM Cost". Hackaday. Retrieved 2021-05-08.

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