Nov 2, 2014

Maker Club will teach your children robotics with 3d printable robots





... and beside children they will also teach me. I just found out about Maker Club, and I really like the idea behind it. They provide very detailed guides and all the resources to learn robotics. They devlop electronics and mobile apps to control their projects.

From Maker Club page:

Born in Brighton, UK, Maker Club has single mission - to make learning fun. We’re based in the cities most dynamic workspace, The Fusebox, a collection of start-ups, dreamers and thought leaders that try and make the world a slightly better place.
Our vision is to make learning about electronics and coding fun, accessible and relevant to young peoples lives. When you add micro controllers, servos and sensors to 3D printing, the possibilities are limitless and we want to harness that power to inspire the next generation of inventors.
We’re developing an ecosystem where people can learn, build, collaborate and even sell their robotic creations with the aid of a learning platform, marketplace and an intuitive mobile application - but, this is just the beginning. We’d love to hear from you, so why not get in touch with us today.

As far as I see most of their stuff is under CC license that is great for me as Open Source supporter.

Here is their homepage where you can get full building instructions, code and STL files for their robots:

http://makerclub.org/

You can also find and support them on Indiegogo, there you can order robotics kits:

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/maker-club-3d-printed-robots-for-everyone


Quadmonster robot, one of the cool robots from Maker Club