10 Great Robots for Beginners

If you are a beginner at robotics and want to take your interest further, we've rounded up the top 10 best robots that are great for a head-start.


The demand of robots is growing every day, thus, increasing the significance of robots.

People, businesses, and factories are bringing in robots for many reasons. and the the more people rely on science and technology, the more the demand of robotics will rise.

So the future in robotics is quite bright. If you are a beginner at robotics and want to take your interest further, we’ve rounded up the top 10 best robots that are great for a head-start. They are fun and educational at the same time.

The best way to learn something is to implement it in real, day to day life. The same is with robots, you learn well if you create them with your own hands. Beginners, and more experienced robot makers, will find enormous fun in compiling and running these robots. They are a great way of learning robotics.

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About the Author

Makeblock is an open-source arduino construction platform to turn ideas into success. No matter what your ideas are,  Makeblock provides various mechanical parts, electronic modules and software to make them possible, such as beams, plates, connectors, motors, brackets, sensors, drivers and controllers, etc.

Characterized by mDrawbot, mBot, mElephant 3D Printer, XY Plotter, Starter Robot Kit and Ultimate Robot Kit, Makeblock is becoming one of the best intelligent hardware company to make a difference.



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