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Active Robots   UK supplier of educational robotics

AmpFlow  The best electronic motor speed controller

Arrick Robotics  PC-based automation products and robots

Avayan Electronics  Microcontroller project/development boards and stepper motor controllers

BattleKits  Combat Robot Kits and Parts from BattleKits.com

EE Central   Electrical Engineer's Reference Page

Electronic Goldmine  Electronics, components, and project kits

Electronic Products  Pic and Stamp accessories

eMachineShop.com  Design your part on their site and get an automatic quote

HandyBoard   Great Microcontroller board for small robots

Jameco  Electronic components and computer products

OOPic  object-oriented programmable micro-controller

Pad2Pad  Design and make your own printed circuit boards via the Internet

Parallax  Home of the BASIC Stamp

Power Transmission  Gears, Belts, Actuators, Sensors, and Motors

Radio-Control Hobbies  Great prices on Nikko RC kits

Robot Store  Wide range of robots and robotics products

RoboteQ  The most advanced and flexible DC Motor Controllers

ServoLink  Precision plastic gears, plus chain and sprocket drives

Servo Repair  All major brands serviced since 1982

Scott Edwards Electronics  Mini SSC controllers for servos and serial display modules

Solar Power at 4lots.com

Solarbotics  The BEAM Robotics Resource

Stock Drive  Miniature gears, bearings, and pulleys

Tower Hobbies   World's largest hobby shop

Robot Clubs - United States

Alabama, Huntsville -
The Mid-South Area Robotics Society

Arizona, Phoenix - Phoenix Area Robot Experimenters

California, Fullerton -
Robotics Society of Southern California

California, Berkeley - East Bay Builders Group

California, Sacramento - Sacramento Area Robotics Group

California, San Diego - San Diego Robotics Society

California, San Jose -
HomeBrew Robotics Club

California, San Francisco -
San Francisco Robotics Society

Connecticut, Hartford -
Connecticut Robotics Society

Georgia, Atlanta -
Atlanta Hobby Robot Club

Illinois, Chicago - Chicago Area Robotics Group

Illinois, Peoria -
Central Illinois Robot Club

Iowa State University -
The ISU Robotics Club

Michigan, Travis City - Robot Club of Travis City

Minnesota, St. Paul -
Twin Cities Robotics Group

New Hampshire, Nashua -
Nashua Robot Builders Club

New Jersey -
Laboratory Robotics Interest Group

New Jersey - Central Jersey Robotics Group

New Jersey - Central New Jersey Autonomous Robotics Club

New Jersey - South Jersey Robotics Group

New York, Schenectady -
Union College Robot Club

North Carolina, Raleigh -
Triangle Amateur Robotics

Oregon, Portland -
Portland Area Robotics Society

Oregon, Rogue Valley - Southern Oregon Robotics Society

Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh - Robot-Club & Grill

Texas, Austin -
The Robot Group

Texas, Dallas -
Dallas Personal Robotics Group

Washington, Seattle -
Seattle Robotics Society

-World Wide-

Canada, Toronto -
Art & Robotics Group

Canada, Vancouver Island - Vancouver Island Robotics

Canada, Winnipeg -
Winnipeg Area Robotics Society

Internet -
Yahoo Robotics Club

Finland, Tampere - Finnish Robotics Association

France -
EFREI Robotique

Netherlands -
HCC Robotica gg

Scotland, University of Edinburgh -
Mobil Robots Group

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