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BeagleBone Black is a low-cost community-supported development platform powered by an Arm Cortex A8, great for embedded projects. Boot Linux in under 10 seconds and get started on development in less than 5 minutes with just a single USB cable. RoboSavvy is an official distributor of BeagleBone.

Processor: AM335x 1GHz ARM® Cortex-A8

  • NEON floating-point accelerator
  • 2x PRU 32-bit microcontrollers
  • 3D graphics accelerator

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£ 40.00 & £ 86.00
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MX-64 & MX-106 GEAR SETS
Replacement gear sets for the Dynamixel MX-106T/MX-106R and MX-64T/MX-64R servos. Made of specially coated metal for strength and durability. An exclusive magnet is attached to the wheel gear. Two bearings are also included. The 106 series servos are the most powerful intelligent servos on the market with over 100kg-cm of torque, used primarily in large size humanoid robots.

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£ 54.20
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Several new colours have been added to our collection of PLA 3D printable material. PLA is a very strong type of plastic with very low shrinkage factor and great layer bonding. Due to its low shrinkage factor, there's practically no warping, especially on very large prints.

Golden, Chocolate Brown, Silver, Blue, Purple and Black PLA
now available!

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Victory for Darwin at RoboCup 2013
Darwin-OP teams took the gold again in the Kid-Sized division at this year's RoboCup. As the exclusive UK distributor of Robotis line of products including Darwin-OP we are very happy to see its technical superiority shine in RoboCup limelight.

Limor & Fonzie at next berlin
RoboSavvy's CEO, Limor Schweitzer, presented a revolutionary 3D printable humanoid robot at NEXT13 in Berlin in addition to Fonzie, our infamous dancing robot.

Project: Melissa Hands
Aluminum Melissa hands for Robonova-I: Originally making their appearance in Japan in 2008, these are fully articulated miniature 5 finger hands which have now been redesigned by our community forum member RN1AsOf091407.

Amazing Humanoid walking gaits
An impressive humanoid walking gait is demonstrated by a KHR 3HV mimicking a human walk almost perfectly. The Roboray also shows amazing dynamic walking and turning capabilities.

RoboSavvy's 1m tall humanoid RoboT TOOK HIS FIRST STEPS
RoboSavvy's teen sized Humanoid Robot is now capable of standing and has recently learned how to walk. With 36 DOF including articulated hands, two sets of depth cameras and the post powerful embedded computer in known the robotics universe, he has made his first public appearance at ICRA 2013 and is now ready for exterior design.

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