You can make your very own Adabot with this DIY kit from Adafruit. Our 3D printed kit is optimized for open source electronics. The 16 piece design works on most printers and can be customized to fit your bot. Print your robot in different colors to make it your own.
Our 3d printed files snap together making this an easy build. The arms, legs and head are movable making this adorable robot posable. Add an arduino, LEDs and sensors to make this robot light up and maybe even play your favorite catch phase.
Check our guide on The Adafruit Learning System for printing tips and a full assembly tutorial.
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