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More L-Cheapo Mk7 Engravings

Dec 14, 2021

We love posting cool L-Cheapo projects sent to us by our customers, and this one comes from Duarte Silva of Portugal. He's done a few engravings like this on his new L-Cheapo Mk7, and I do say they've turned out very well. Check out the video, too!

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The New Robots Everywhere Store

The New Robots Everywhere Storefront
Dec 14, 2021

One of the things we decided we wanted to do before the launch of Antbot 2.0 is replace the store. The old web store was built on a dated engine that lacked a lot of convenience features for users, and was specialized for the use case of one user purchasing one product. This worked well for the early days of L-Cheapo, with no options, giving users a 'push button, receive laser' experience. As our range of products evolves, so too must our store.

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Woodburning with L-Cheapo Lasers

An L-Cheapo Mk7 Laser Cutter burning a pattern into a wood log
Sep 20, 2021

While we continue to move forward on Antbot Mk2 development, we have another customer submission for everyone. This time by Keith Wagar, from Facebook (no references provided), he has sent us some nice photos of a wood burning project he has been doing using the L-Cheapo mk7 laser.

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Robots Everywhere Founder on Italian TV

Jul 16, 2021

Our founder, Matteo Borri, was recently interviewed on Italian television station Kre@TV regarding both their contributions to space exploration, as well as the charitable efforts Robots Everywhere made towards helping COVID19 relief in the Verbania region of Italy. We'd just like to share the video of this interview with our Italian-speaking audience, so they might enjoy it.

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Riley's Land Raider - Painted and Driving!

A Warhammer 40k Space Wolves Land Raider - Remote Controlled with FPV
May 31, 2021

2021 brought a lot of setbacks to the Land Raider. Paint shortages, a long winter, and the struggles of the pandemic turned a few weeks of painting time into six months of waiting. Finally, however, it is here, and it is impressive.

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A Controllerless Solar Bike

The third solar ebike
Apr 28, 2021

The Last Solar Ebike was stolen back in February, and we decided to make a few improvements on the next version. With a flash of inspiration towards simplicity, a purely analog solar bicycle was born. It uses no ICs or microcontrollers of any kind, only 5 MOSFETs, a transistor, and passive components. We've included a schematic at the end, for everyone interested.

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Bridging CellSol Networks with IRC!

An IRC Window Showing CellSol Pylons, and the Cellsol Window
Dec 3, 2020

CellSol has just pushed a cool new feature to its development branch on GitHub: the ability to bridge networks over the wider Internet, using Internet Relay Chat (IRC).

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CellSol Kits are Available!

CellSol Arduino Repeater Pylon Kit
Nov 27, 2020

CellSol kits are now available on the Robots Everywhere Product Store! For those who are looking to expand their CellSol networks, kits to build Arduino Repeater Pylons with and without Bluetooth are available. We also offer a pre-flashed version of the LoRa32 used to set up an ESP32 WiFi Pylon.

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Building a Resilient Network for Humanity

the CellSol logo
Nov 19, 2020

We've been quiet lately, but as always, busy. Robots Everywhere is proud to announce its partnership with CellSol, a not-for-profit open-source project dedicated to building a diaster-resilient wireless network free for all of humanity to use.

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The Machine Spirit Awakens!

A Warhammer 40k Land Raider, Partially Built, with LEDs and Remote Control
Oct 23, 2020

While we're not quite ready to reveal the projects we've been spending a lot of the fall of 2020 on, Riley has been doing something with an in-development robot architecture in his spare time. This is a Land Raider model from Warhammer 40000, by Games Workshop, fitted up with lights, sounds, a camera, and working FPV drive! While it's not finished yet, it runs and drives, so here's a video and an in-depth look on how he built it.

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