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RobotShop offers a wide selection of very useful parts for prototyping. From breadboards to pre-formed jumper wire, breadboards and kits, we're sure to have the parts you need.


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  • 170 Tie Point Mini Solderless Breadboard Pair - White
    Very usefull
    Review by Pascal
    Very usefull, small but usefull
    (Posted on 8/6/14)
  • 25' #22 Gauge Red Hook-Up Wire
    Works perfectly
    Review by Pascal
    Works perfectly, easy to cut :)
    (Posted on 8/6/14)
  • 400 Tie Point Interlocking Transparent Solderless Breadboard
    As promised.
    Review by Stephane
    Cheap, does the job, handy sticky underside, helps with mounting.
    (Posted on 8/5/14)
  • 25' #22 Gauge Green Hook-Up Wire
    Green Wire
    Review by Vito
    While I don't mind the spindle, you can easily rope this wire into your toolkit to safe space. Nevertheless a good product.
    (Posted on 7/7/14)
  • 25' #22 Gauge Yellow Hook-Up Wire
    Yellow Wire
    Review by Vito
    While I don't mind the spindle, you can easily rope this wire into your toolkit to safe space. Nevertheless a good product.
    (Posted on 7/7/14)
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The 2013 Robot Christmas Gift Guide!

Posted on November 21, 2013

By Julie Gendron & filled under Domestic, Entertainment, Pet Care, Toys, Vacuum.

Christmas season is just around the corner, and it’s time to send Santa your gift list. Why not select robotic gifts to help with household chores, to play, to build or even to experiment with. Here’s our top suggestions for robotic gifts for 2013. We’ve featured 10 great ideas that will make excellent gifts for [...]
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Arduino to Release Their First Mobile Robot!

Posted on June 03, 2013

By Coleman Benson & filled under Industry.

If you have visited the Arduino website lately, you may have noticed a strange circular board under “Hardware” which Arduino has simply named the “Arduino Robot“. Arduino is set to release this new product in July of this year. The round shape is obviously for maneuverability (just like most robotic vacuums) and although the wheels [...]
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Help Improve Robot Vision With Your Kinect

Posted on August 30, 2012

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Industry, Research.

Discerning shapes and recognizing objects takes humans several years to learn and it is an essential skill to survive and interact with the world around us. Machines also need to learn this important skill and although some researchers have made progress in recognizing objects, shapes and faces, vision processing is still very complex and there is much more work to [...]
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Meet the DFRobotShop Omni Rover

Posted on August 14, 2012

By Coleman Benson & filled under Robotics Projects & Kits.

Most three and four wheel drive omnidirectional robots cost $500 and up and are usually intended for the research rather than the hobbyist market. For those who have the knowledge to design and build their own omniwheel driven robot, matching all the parts can be a daunting task: finding the right motors, sourcing the wheels, [...]
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Arduino Robotics Projects

Posted on January 19, 2012

By Coleman Benson & filled under Arduino, Robotics Projects & Kits.

About Arduino Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other [...]
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... It's a matter of sticking the lower servo onto the solder prototyping area. The servo system is very lightweight. We strongly suggest familiarizing yourself with only one item at a time rather than trying all ...
2014-07-15 10:06 by CBenson
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... with external power by supplying that power through the USB connector on the Botboarduino. I've attached a picture of my setup. I put an Arduino prototyping shield on top of the SD shield, and I put an L7805CV linear voltage regulator chip on that prototyping board. Power from a battery goes ...
2014-06-10 08:31 by tedkurtz
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... on this board. I do have the v2 model of this board! All i want to know is where i put it? Do i need to buy a arduino shield or Soldier it in the Prototyping area with wires going to the heads on the back of the board? Or lastly, on the Xbee headers? I haven`t soldiered anything yet so that i ...
2014-05-29 21:48 by TREX0630
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... the ZIP file, I will order the boards and send at least one to you. Also curious about how much of the board I could have assembled by Seeed in a prototyping type. That is you can have them assemble if your parts are from their standard parts list. (I talked about this a little on the Trossen ...
2014-02-20 16:58 by linuxguy
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... of how many single and double row breakaway headers are needed. Also curious about how much of the board I could have assembled by Seeed in a prototyping type. That is you can have them assemble if your parts are from their standard parts list. (I talked about this a little on the Trossen ...
2014-02-20 15:43 by kurte
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The prototyping area and some of the solder joints on the bottom of the shield make contact with the top of the USB B connector. I think this could be what was causing the problems with I2C I was having. Everything works fine ...
2014-01-26 12:56 by kurte
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... about the latest stuff. I'm not sure about the DFRobots Sensor Shield v2.3 I have though. They didn't design the shield for the ADK varient - the prototyping area and some of the solder joints on the bottom of the shield make contact with the top of the USB B connector. I think this could be what ...
2014-01-25 20:17 by linuxguy
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Personally I am torn on many of these things. Example future of Arduino? Their stated goals is that is it an open-source prototyping system that is flexible easy-to-use hardware/software for artists, designers and hobbyist... I do believe that boards like the Leonardo and Uno will ...
2014-01-18 20:14 by linuxguy
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Hi Dale, Personally I am torn on many of these things. Example future of Arduino? Their stated goals is that is it an open-source prototyping system that is flexible easy-to-use hardware/software for artists, designers and hobbyist... I do believe that boards like the Leonardo and Uno will ...
2014-01-18 16:56 by kurte
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... switch off), it drops a bit to 5.7V with the switch on. USB is disconnected at this point. Plugging in the USB, then testing the 5V points on the prototyping area and VCC on the expansion board I've got 4.5 V with the USB plugged in and switch on, 4.3 volts when I turn the switch off with USB ...
2013-12-19 20:13 by DavidK
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Two main ways: 1) stick the servo to the solder prototyping area using double-sided adhesive tape 2) Use the expansion plate.
2013-12-12 09:16 by CBenson
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a while since an update as i have been rather busy with projects and a few other things. here is the hand i built for MiProto, a uk based rapid prototyping company. they promised a longer video so unfortunatly in this video we dont see all the movements and sequences programmed into the hand. ...
2013-11-22 08:50 by innerbreed
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The camera you choose requires you to build your own breakout board, you cannot simply solder it to a trough-hole prototyping board. That camera module is inexpensive indeed, but is only intended to very advanced users who are ready to create custom circuitry for it.
2013-08-02 10:13 by Carlitos
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Thanks Benson!

And Alan, i havnt decided on material, im going to take a trip down to the prototyping place and see in person the different materials they can print.
Also the thickest point in total is 1.2cm. 0.6cm per side. And thinnest point is 0.7 or 0.35 per side.
2013-06-11 15:46 by jdmkid
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yes shapeways is expensive. i do a lot of ordering from them.. Capture.JPG alot of it is prototyping and so im always being charged lots of shipping just for very small parts. :cry: but as eric said if you stack the parts into one STL its cheaper. the file will (if ...
2013-05-22 12:09 by innerbreed
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