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Galapagos Bot And Adventure Bot Coming Soon To The Online Store

Sweet, the store is slowly beginning to be updated with new products...:) Great, more choices... now I don't know which one to buy:D

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#1  
Are we getting the Hoth Wampa Bot too? :D
Probably not...

I hope they make a pack of nothing but EZ-bits...like Legos or something. That'll be useful to us customizers that don't use the complete robot kits but want to integrate EZ-bits into our builds...

I do think it's bizarre that the dev kit camera doesn't have a camera case...
#3  
In addition to a bag of bits, a longer extension cable for the camera or an extender jumper to allow two cable to hook together would be nice too..
Can't wait for the release, cc in hand.

Ron
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#4  
What would you like to see in the bag of bits?
#5  

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What would you like to see in the bag of bits?


Based on my own purchase history and list for my next order, I would say 4 extension bkocks, 4 cubes, 2 mounting plates, a couple of voltage regulators, some servo extension cables, an i2c cable, a camera extension cable.

I may be unique in this, but I have wound up with more lever servos than I need, and not enough rotation servos, so the bits needed to convert back and forth without buying more servos would be a nice addition. I would also like to be able to buy the plastic cases for the ping sensor and camera from my developer's kit.

Alan
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#7  
Thanks @alan. That's good feedback. Our Alan has been putting together bundles, this information will help.

@OldBotBuilder you would want just the plastics of the head? No electronics or servos? Why is that
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#8  
dj

two new cool bots in store.like it.


oldbotbuilder

i agree all entparts chould be availeble in store.i gess they will be some day.
its good for making your own ideas.
#9  
@DJ Sures,

I bought a camera and RGB display when I got the EZ-B4. With the head shell I can put in the camera and eyes. I will need to get the mini servos, but you already offer them separately.

The more pieces to play with, the more fun!
Gibraltar
#10  

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The more pieces to play with, the more fun!

agreed
I want the six shell without battery and fuse (have stuff from Rolli) as a self contained desk testing thingy. all the bits available individually or in bundles would work for me too.
p.s. no 3d printers round my way
#12  
Hello,

Alan's reply (#6) kind of describes my idea of what a "Bag of Bits" typically would be. It would be nice to offer specific shells or a head, but the idea is to remain true to the Bag of Bits idea. If a head bag is offered, then add parts and maybe servo arm parts which could be used with it. Same idea with a shell.
You don't want to make this a big deal where it gets out of control or out of a price range. Maybe offer three bags and see what works. Just a suggestion.

Ron
Gibraltar
#13  
@Jeremie not realy i like the idea of the battery inside not a seperate power sourse and it can still be used in or on a custom bot
#14  
@bborastero That's not a bad idea... a basic base/shell with a built in battery...:) ...possibly with a larger capacity battery as well...
#15  
My bag of bits:

4 ex cubes
4 ex blocks
4 adapter plates
6 hex feet.

Simple.

Maybe a servo pack:

4 lever servos
4 rotation servos
2 continuous servos.

and a gripper pack:

2 grippers
2 servos

Would be nice with different colors...even if it's just Black, Red, Silver and of course White. My 2 cents.;)
#16  

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My bag of bits:

4 ex cubes
4 ex blocks
4 adapter plates
6 hex feet.



Something like that would work for me.