My bench tools: Solder pen, 40-year old DMM, 2001 function generator (donated to me by a friend), small LED table lamp, small hand tools, rotary tool, calipers, ruler, and a bunch of various jumper wires and electronic components.

In all those little bin drawers are caps, diodes, resistors, a few transistors and various MCU chips for designing educational experiments/lessons and X-Projects for children 5-years old + and adult beginners to learn how to make their own palm-size robot toys that can talk and sing in any language. It's all online for FREE! More comprehensive and cheaper than Legos/MindStorms and easier than Arduino while learning what's actually in those part libraries.

The "RoboGuts™ S.T.E.A.M. Education Program" can be used to teach the entire product manufacturing process that can be completed at home with a small desktop 3D printer. 

Learn to

  • Control various electronic devices, sensors and motors
  • Use different micro-controller chips in circuit designs
  • Structured programming style coding using BASIC and c languages
  • Phonemes for speech and song
  • 3D Printing to make mostly snap together or very easy to assemble robot toys and other robotic/animatronic systems
  • Art for finishing and painting plastic parts
  • Mechanical systems assembling the various "X-Projects" and X-Project displays
  • Theater Arts to write short video scripts for the projects (robotic actors) to act out little skits

Some of my demo videos:

Experiment 00 LM7805+6V 12V  

X Project 00 miniFloppyBot RoboGuts™   

X Project miniFloppyBot Assembly    

How to Build a BillyBot    

The Saga of Watt and Hu  

Tapper Sings "I Gotta Get Me Some"  

I could use sponsors and a lot of help as I've been doing all this by myself and I'm really not as smart as I should be!

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