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QuadBot - Real Robotics, Made Accessible

A project in London, UK by EngiMake

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The best walking robot for makers. Learn 3D Printing, Coding and Electronics.
Backers: 375
Average Pledge Per Backer: £128

Funded: £48,181 of £12,500
Dates: Nov 22nd -> Jan 9th (49 days)
Project By: EngiMake
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Latest News

Stretch Goal 2: Bluetooth App Bonus

January 4th - via:
Happy new year aspiring Roboticists! At £50,000 we're going to develop a custom Android Bluetooth App. We'll include a D-Pad (+) for directional control, buttons for behaviors/modes and configurable settings. If you have any ideas of special app... (Read More)

First stretch goal achieved!

December 30th - via:
Just a quick one to say, we've done it... First stretch goal smashed! Have a great new year and we'll be in touch soon to announce our plans for next and final stage of the campaign!  (Read More)

Stretch Goal 1: ProtoShell + Sensor Pack Upgrade

December 15th - via:
We’ve come a long way together and it is time to talk about making QuadBot even better to master robotics! We’ve had a good think and have took onboard some backer feedback. At £35,000 we’re going to upgrade ALL the kits (every variant) with a... (Read More)

QuadBot CAKE!

December 2nd - via:
Wow! What an tremendous response!!!  To have reached 154% in just 9 days is unprecedented, thankyou to all our backers for helping us make this project real. Real and accessible robotics is just around the corner!To celebrate, Josh's mum made us a... (Read More)

Graduates develop DIY walking robot

December 1st - via:
A Kickstarter campaign has been launched for the robot that is built using 3D-printing and will be used to promote robotics education (Read More)

QuadBot is a 3D-printable walking robot for everyone

November 28th - via:
If you think building a walking robot is impossible, perhaps this little guy will change your mind! (Read More)

100% in 4 days! QuadBot is GOING to HAPPEN!

November 27th - via:
WE'VE SMASHED OUR TARGET IN JUST 4 DAYS!THAT'S INSANE!!!It means we can actually make this product happen, that means so much to us. We've taken risks and spent 8 months building this idea, now it can materialise!Thank-you to all of you for your... (Read More)

Funding at 80% and lasers!

November 25th - via:
Day 3, 80% funding! What incredible progress! So because we're super-power nerds we decided we'd rig one of the robots back with the laser to make the laser bot again.  Enjoy!  (Read More)

Workshop at IEEE Queen Mary's

November 23rd - via:
47% in just the first day! Awesome, we're very happy to see our robots selling to good homes!We ran a Robotics Workshop at Queen Mary's University, London last night.  You'll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Play Replay with sound... (Read More)

Graduates hoping to inspire with their DIY walking robot

November 23rd - via:
Two pioneering engineering graduates from The University of Manchester have launched a DIY walking robot which anyone can build with 3D printing technology. (Read More)

3D printed QuadBot Kickstarter combines open source robotics and STEM education

November 22nd - via:
Quadbot, an open source robotics kit geared towards educating students and makers about 3D printing and STEM subjects, has just launched on Kickstarter. Developed by Engimake, the QuadBot is composed of a number of 3D printed parts, an Arduino based QuadBoard, servo motors, and more. (Read More)

How to Program a Quadruped Robot with Arduino

November 22nd - via:
Legged robots are tougher to build than wheeled robots, but the advantages can be worth it! Learn more about how to build quadruped robots. (Read More)

QuadBot and DesignSpark

November 21st - via:
Robotics is an incredible field because it fuses so many aspects of Engineering and it’s for this reason that robots have such massive potential in education. I've recently launched my own educational robot on Kickstarter (Read More)

DIY walking robot which anyone can build with 3D printing technology

November 21st - via:
Two engineering graduates have developed QuadBot, a 3D printable walking robotics platform. Their aim is to help as many people as possible to learn about robotics. (Read More)

Quadbot: engaging students with 3D printing and robotics

November 21st - via:
The easiest way to learn about robotics is to physically engage with robots. (Read More)

Manchester graduates hoping to inspire with their DIY walking robot

November 21st - via:
DPA Magazine the engineers guide to new products and design ideas (Read More)

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