The world’s first 3D Printable Open-Sourced Humanoid Robot Kit is the brain child of Natsuo Akazawa, founder and CEO of PLEN Project Company, along with 3 others have started the PLEN2 project over at Kickstarter and have already met their $40,000 Goal with the help of 85 backers to date. The PLEN2 kit consists of control boards, servomotors and accessories that you can put together yourself with just a simple screw driver. For
Available from July, £99.99
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