There’s so much to learn about and get involved in robotics; you can start with just one small part of the field or look to cover many simultaneously: learn about programming, electronics, mechanical design and more, or just focus on one area in particular. You can learn about robotics and how to build a robot with the RobotShop community, just like Patrick did on Let's Make Robots.
Find amazing ideas, suggestions, and resources right here on the RobotShop Community, the ultimate robotics community!
Here are options for all budgets, skill levels, and interests!
Perhaps you have preteens at home who might get tired of the same routine, or you prefer they use their time more productively? There are many robotics products for entertainment, education and amusement and planting that “seed” of interest may make all the difference in the long-term.
Are you a teenager looking to get a head start on your next science project involving robotics & automation, alternative energy or technology and wondering how best to get started? Take a look at our suggestions below:
Looking to get started in robotics but want to ensure you have all of the parts needed, but also want something more age appropriate?
Feel you’re up to the challenge of creating a custom robot, or something more advanced? Already know some of the basics and feel comfortable choosing specific parts, reading datasheets and manuals, this section is for you.
Not sure where this passion will take you, but want to experience the latest and greatest robotics and tech in the comfort of your own home?
The RobotShop Community is the ultimate community where you can learn about robotics, see what others have built, ask questions and get to know community members. Join the largest online robotics community for free and get access to: Tutorials; Robot posts; Forum; Online chat and daily news. We hope this gets you started. If you want some expert advice with anything, reach out to us via the RobotShop Forum and we’ll be happy to help.