Max Stand

PiMecha - Humanoid Robot on Raspberry Pi

A project in London, UK by SB Components Ltd

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Powered by Raspberry Pi and based on Smart Digital Servo Motors
Backers: 47
Average Pledge Per Backer: £536

Funded: £25,201 of £25,000
Dates: May 3rd -> Jun 17th (45 days)
Project By: SB Components Ltd
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Latest News

Eureka.. !!

June 17th - via:
Its a great achievement for us that we have finally reached the threshold of making PiMecha a success. We THANK all our backers for their Love and Support. Regards  (Read More)


June 13th - via:
Dear Backers, Greetings of the day! We express our gratitude to all our backers for their love and support. We are about to reach the conclusion of our campaign and we are into the final phase of funding. We hope to get it fully funded until we reach... (Read More)

MagPi Column Release

June 1st - via:
Dear Bakers, Greetings of the day! We would like to announce that PiMecha has been successfully able to achieve a column space in the official Raspberry Pi Magazine, MagPi Thank you for your continuous support and faith in us to help us achieve some... (Read More)

PiMecha in depth !!

May 12th - via:
Dear Backers, Greetings from SB Components, Watch our Gallery section for functional/design prototype of PiMecha Shield. This will give you broader vision about PiMecha Shield and Raspberry Pi.  Also, you can connect PiMecha Shield with Raspberry... (Read More)

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