We are now happy to announce that you can get your ScrappyBot kit in more than just gray. The kit is still $30 (or $40 to include a servo). The kit comes with everything you need to build a basic robot that can be controlled with your Smartphone. It is easy to extend your robot wherever your imagination takes you!
Are you interested in this year’s robotics competition, but don’t know where to start? Check-out last year’s winners for great ideas on how to take home the prize!
Griffin Avionic’s robot “No Modulation” won the Open League with an inspired vacuum robot design. None of us at cape cod makers expected a vacuum and we were very excited to see this design in action.
Mashpee High School’s Michael Dugan won the Student League with his robot, “T-03”. This robot employed a classic bulldozer design. A simple design done well, with a good driver, is all you need to win!
This weekend, listen to Cape Cod Makers talk about the upcoming Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire on WXTK’s Spectrum news program! Tune in on your radio, or listen online on iHeartRadio. The program can be heard on the following stations:
- Saturday (2/18) 6 am – 7 am on WEII FM 96.3
- Sunday (2/19) 6 am – 7 am on WCIB FM 101.9
- Sunday (2/19) 7 am – 8 am on WXTK FM 95.1
- Sunday (2/19) 7 am – 8 am on WCOD FM 106.1