Also, on any of these sites, check out the links pages for links to robot
clubs. Even if there is no club in your area, many of their websites have a
lot of good info - especially Seattle, Portland and Dallas.
My book, Robot Builder's Sourcebook, is a compendium of resources for
robotics, beginner to advanced. Included are manufacturers that provide
technical information, companies that sell products, and individuals and
schools that offer building advice. Most are available on the Internet,
so you can immediately check out the resource. There's also numerous
sidebar articles explaining the most cogest technologies. While the book
does not replace Google (in fact, it includes many suggested Google
search phrases for finding additional material) it is designed to save
you many hours of the grunt work finding these places.
The book is available on Amazon, at B&N, yada yada.
Author: Constructing Robot Bases (Forthcoming)
Robot Builder's Sourcebook, Robot Builder's Bonanza
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