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SwarmRobot contest offers free PCBs

Posted on Monday, November 5th, 2012 in contest, Free PCBs by the machinegeek


Inspired by our 7400 competition, SwarmRobot is conducting a contest with free PCB prizes. To enter: “Write a submission on what you would do with the SwarmRobot PCBs. The winners will be those displaying the best spirit of open sharing and learning in what they intend to do with the PCBs and how they intend to do this.”

For more details or to enter visit the SwarmRobot website.

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One Response to “SwarmRobot contest offers free PCBs”

  1. Spanner888 says:

    Reminder: Only a few days until entries close November 30, 2012, 6AM GMT

    Your entry only has to be idea – you do not have to make anything to enter!

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