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Options for STEM learning during stay-at-home
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Hi all,
   We know how hard it is to keep our children learning right now. For that reason we're doing what we can to put together affordable projects that can be easily used at home. The first of these is (quaran)tinyBot, available for preorder now. If you're looking for a good STEM education platform, please keep us in mind. Available here: https://mimicrobots.com/products/quarant...6649772134

- Brett
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#2
I've been burned bad on pre-orders, anybody still remember the QU-BD RPM?  Lost several grand on that one...

Not saying these guys will do the same and wish them success, but it's best to wait until products are actually shipping before ordering.  IANAL but suspect your consumer protections are a lot less too.
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Original Printrbot Plus, modified
Thingybot Delta
QU-BD One Up (parts, received with bad motor)
QU-BD RPM (incomplete box-o-parts, milling package never received)
Maslow CNC (4'x8' chain driven router)
Zenbot Mini (6"x8" router, LinuxCNC)
SainSmart Genmitsu 3018Pro
Ender 3 Pro
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#3
(2020-04-07, 12:26 PM)Mooselake Wrote: I've been burned bad on pre-orders, anybody still remember the QU-BD RPM?  Lost several grand on that one...

Not saying these guys will do the same and wish them success, but it's best to wait until products are actually shipping before ordering.  IANAL but suspect your consumer protections are a lot less too.

That's an understandable worry, but let me put your mind at ease. The kits are already done, and the only thing we're waiting for is the gripper servo, which arrives on April 19th. We'll toss that servo in the box and slap a label on it and the kits will be done. If your interested but worried about a pre-order though, stop by the website on the 20th and you can order one that will ship that same day.

- Brett
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