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3D Printable Robot - MAKI

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Hello,

My name is Tim and I have designed a robot named MAKI for which I have launched a Kickstarter project to fund. One cool feature about this project is that MAKI can be replicated using a desktop 3D printer and off-the-shelf hobby robotics. A prototype of the robot has already been built and tested, I am just raising funds to increase it's functionality and hopefully if enough is raised, prototype and market other platforms. I have included a link below. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions/comments or if you are interested in working with me on this or future projects.

MAKI-For-Education1.jpg

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...humanoid-robot

Cheers,

Tim Payne

www.hello-robo.com

https://www.facebook.com/sayhellorobo

 

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