DEC 2014


Parts kits to build the AFRIKABOT





Mantech keeps all the parts for AfrikaBot 'the world's most affordable robotics competition'

Whatever your robotics needs, if they don't have it they can help you source it quickly with airfreight consignments of electronic parts arriving every day from all over the world.

Their margins are slim and their prices are reasonable.

Search www.mantech.co.za for what you are looking for - if you have a part number to enter into the search field on their web page that is always helpful.

These are some of the kits they can supply to help you build your AfrikaBot competition robot:






www.mantech.co.za






Check out the display cabinet at UJ TechnoLab that was donated by www.mantech.co.za so we can display the robots made by our trainees:





Look at all this cool stuff you can build with us!

1. P1X8 on veroboard



2. P1X8 robot complete



3. Get the parts from mantech.co.za



4. Wall-e robot with P1X8 processor in Meccano



5. Learn how to lay out a printed circuit board for P1X8 processor



6. Build bigger and more powerful robots



7. The Parallax ActivityBot has an 8-core processor that programs in C



8. Clear and easy to understand diagrams mean the difference between success and failure



9. Learn about how electronic parts work by building small circuits



10. Learn how to read electronic schematic diagrams



11. All our training is backed up by world class notes




12. Get off the Eskom power grid and go green



14. Get the parts to make the projects











Next open day:

Saturday 22 November, 2014
11h30 to 16h00
@ UJ TechnoLab, Lab B52
University of Johannesburg
Kingsway Campus



We have 261 FREE to VIEW high quality videos that have been watched 138,598 times!

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What can you learn with us? (advanced robotics stuff)



What can you learn with us? (the basics of electronics)



Check out this cool small + fast robot:



Check out our cool big tank tracks robot:



Scenes from our open day at University of Joahnnesburg in 2013:






In 2013 RobotScience at UJ TechnoLab received a grant from the Shuttleworth Foundation, that enabled us to continue training underprivileged South African teenagers for another year. Thanks!

Take a look at some scenes from our training programme in 2014:




Find out more about SHUTTLEWORTH FOUNDATION:









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