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"STEM Bot" Classroom Robot Introduced

RobotsLAB has introduced STEM BOT, a 3D-printed robot that helps educators engage students in math and science.
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RobotsLAB has introduced STEM BOT, a 3D-printed robot that helps educators engage students in math and science.

Students learn to 3D print the robot, program the robot (using Scratch), work on the electronics, and learn about the manufacturing process.

There's lots more detail in the video which just went live on the RobotsLAB Web site. The URL for the blog post is: http://content.robotslab.com/blog/launching-the-first-3d-printed-robot-stem-bot-3d#gsc.tab=0

Pricing starts at $599 for a single robot or $7,485 for entire classrooms (15 bots).

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