Open-Source

project rover

Introducing the all-new robotics kit from Bot-In-a-Box: Project Rover!

Powered by the Raspberry Pi Zero W, Project Rover is a modular, Linux-compatible, Wifi-enabled robot car platform.

It’s open-source, and you can make your own for around $50 using a 3D Printer and some basic tools and parts that are readily available online!

Check it out on GitHub at
https://github.com/BotInABoxER/project-rover

Custom Firmware for the Wanhao i3 v2.1 3D Printer

While working on Project Rover, I realized that my 3D Printer really needed an upgrade. So, using Marlin 1.1.9, I developed a custom firmware for it. Check out the open-source firmware on Bot-In-a-Box’s GitHub repo: https://github.com/BotInABoxER/Wanhao-i3-Custom-Firmware.

Printable Chippy by Bot-In-a-Box

This Chippy figurine is holding up a @Javawockies flag – https://javawockies.com

3D-Print out your own Chippy figurine today! – https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3165316

Build-Your-Own Arduino Projects

Bite-sized Arduino projects by Bot-In-a-Box that include the necessary code, instructions, and even a list of parts to buy from eBay!

Available from Bot-In-a-Box’s GitHub repo: 

https://github.com/BotInABoxER/Arduino-projects

Legacy Training Modules (for the B^3 CE)

Module 0 – Deployment

Module 1 – ThermoBot

Module 2 – ChompBot

Module 3 – AlarmBot

Module 4 – MusicBot