Saturday build session

Robot building Session @ Archreactor

Saturday, Oct 5, 2019, 5:30 PM

2215 Scott Ave
2215 Scott Ave St. Louis, MO

1 Roboticist Attending

We are going to start on the club robot. I hope to just check out the Wheelchair base and find out what works and what doesn’t. Then we can plan on how to proceed from there. Check out this forum for more info

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Powering Your Robot talk July 6th

Powering Your Robot (ROBOMO Monthly Meeting @ St. Louis Science Center)

Saturday, Jul 6, 2019, 1:00 PM

Saint Louis Science Center
5050 Oakland Ave Saint Louis, MO

4 Roboticist Attending

Craig Walters will be giving a talk about choosing the correct battery technologies for your robot. Coffee and doughnuts, plus door prizes! 1:00 to 1:30 networking 1:30 to 1:35 introductions and announcements 1:35 talk begins 2:45 to 4:00 social hour Monthly meetings typically consist of presentations TBA on various topics of robotics and engineeri…

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Code Till Dawn

Some of the Robomo members are going to this meeting on Friday. We’re going to be working on coding the robots for the February meeting.

Code Till Dawn –

Friday, Jan 25, 2019, 7:00 PM

7800 Forsyth Blvd Suite 850 Clayton, MO

82 Coders Attending

Join our Slack org to get the most up to date information on Code till Dawn! Code Until Dawn! Come when you want, leave when you want. All are welcome – hackers, coders, designers, startuppers, freelancers and more. Want to learn to program? Come on by, there are always people around willing to help, give advice, and…

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Inspire a Student

Hi, my name is Lucy. I am 2 weeks into my 4 week fundraiser (ends 10/14) to raise money to donate a very inspiring book called “How to Make A Spaceship: A Band of Renegades, an Epic Race, and the Birth of Private Spaceflight”. The book is about how traveling to space went from being a government-dominated field to being something that anyone with passion that is willing to work hard can do.

The books I buy with the money donated will be distributed to different school districts, such as Ferguson and Normandy. In fact I will be donating 40 books to Ferguson next week!

I am doing this because after reading “The Singularity is Near” by Ray Kurzweil and “Bold” by Peter Diamandis I was inspired to explore the fields robotics and entrepreneurship and I want to get other individuals inspired too. Plus I get a chance to win cool prizes!

Also, for every book sold, the author of this book and Peter Diamandis are donating another book to a student participating in FIRST robotics.

Please help and share with others in your network!

Or if you want to buy a copy for yourself use this link: