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The Vorpal Combat Hexapod

A project in Stockholm, NJ by Steve Pendergrast
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A low cost, open source, wireless, 3D-printed, Scratch programmable Hexapod Robot designed for games, education, and FUN!
Backers: 224
Average Pledge Per Backer: $171

Funded: $38,355 of $18,000
Dates: Sep 12th -> Oct 17th (36 days)
Project By: Steve Pendergrast
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Latest News

Early Bird Basic Kits Ship Date Set!

September 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Backers and Potential Backers, Great news! Our electronic circuitry is now officially finalized for release 1! This means we can now set a date for shipment of our Basic Kits (which contain everything other than the 3D printed parts).   Drum... (Read More)

New Shipping Options!

September 25th - via: kickstarter.com
I am happy to announce that we now support shipping to all European Union nations, Australia, and New Zealand! One important note is that we do not include any customs duties, VAT, GST, or other local taxes in our shipping cost. Those are due on your... (Read More)

Franklin Institute Maker Event: A Smashing Success!

September 20th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Backers and potential backers, Thank you to all our backers! Our project continues to make solid progress on Kickstarter, and our biggest event has not even happened yet, Maker Faire NYC (only a few days away now). Franklin Institute EventWe... (Read More)

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September 20th - via: 3ders.org
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Kickstarter Launched! And how you can meet me

September 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello backers and potential backers! It's been nonstop work preparing for the Kickstarter launch this past Tuesday and of course I'm now doing a huge amount of post-launch activity. Press releases, media queries, managing ads, everything to get the... (Read More)

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