We're excited to announce the winners of the SparkFun Actobotics Stairclimber Challenge!

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A new tutorial to help you get started with robotics using Actobotics.

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Robotic gripper arms, Actobotics stuff, and more! Check out the New Product Post.

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Tons of new stuff this week including some Actobotics kits, robot parts, and more.

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Kits, mounts, and buttons! Check out what we have for this week.

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For me it’s the h-bridge. What’s a robot without motors!
The Arduino block makes a great addition to the power of the Edison,all the while saving space in smaller projects where the processing…
The Base block! Compare it to the hulking Arduino Breakout kit [ mine measures 12.7cm x 7.2cm x 3.5cm (with included feet installed)] which…
“Because I’m all about that Base, ‘bout that Base, no treble.” Oh my. I can’t believe I just sold my soul for this post with a Meghan…
Going back to BASE-ics here. My favorite block is the Base block. Being able to add USB peripherals to the Edison is a huge benefit for…
9DOF. That block, plus GPS and given the results from the single board computer benchmarks [in this blog…
I’m a bit spoiled; I’m likely to have any header I might need, and I’ve got a Metcal desoldering station If I don’t like the pre-installed…
My favorite block is the Dual-H-Bridge. It controls the drive-train of my diff-drive bot, built up from the Actobtics Bitty kit. It was…
My favorite would the battery block. It feeds some nice DC voltage to the Edison and not any of that a/c stuff that Edison disliked. Also…
According to the schematic, the Edison has a TX, RX, and DTR connections to the 328p, which means that, in theory, you should be able to…

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