A few months ago I said I was going to build a 3D printed robot, but was unsure about what electronics to use for controlling it. I was overwhelmed with comments after posting on the site so really appreciate all of the responses from you guys.
MatterThings - 3D Printing recently sponsored the McGill Robotics team by 3D printing certain components of their Mars Rover - Bhumi to compete in the European Rover Challenge 2016 in Poland. They placed 3rd among 22 teams from all over the world!
I am going to research on robotics. If any person have a suggestion .Please give What i do?
Ich war grade am Anfang des Druckes meines neuesten Roboters - Notos - und hab mich gefragt ob es hier in der Region eigentlich auch einige andere Roboter-Begeisterte gibt mit denen man sich mal über Schwierigkeiten oder anderes unterhalten könnte!
robotics l.u.n.a a 4 foot tall helping robot to add and to assets in daily life. upgrade bull and modeler to add with different tasks . to be manly 3dprinted and light weight and low power usage .please note i'm not a true engineer but a hobbyist and would love to get some real help. so i could help more people. http://fighterdragon.deviantart.com/art/Img-20160819-133546-629161392
i am working on an humaniod robot project(inmoov) to build that i need a 3d printer so any one can help to find it out
Fellow makers, here is a video of our demo we uploaded yesterday evening: We are a three-person startup out of Oregon and have successfully built the world’s first fully automated 3D printing system controlled by robots.
Dear community members, I am considering starting a kick-starter campaign to develop a Robotic arm to automate 3D printing process. It will be a cloud based solution and the robotic arm can be controlled from any web-connected computer or mobile device.
As I've stated in the title I'm interested in starting to make a robot, which I would like to start on during summer when I have some time spare. I hope to 3D print most of the parts, however I'm a bit unsure of what electronics and programming to use. I hope to create a basic robot then add to it as I go along.
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