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🤖 Robotics Challenge Winner 🤖 @HDRobotic built Dexter, an Open Source robot to cure scarcity. This robot arm is 3D printed and human touch trainable! 💪 Congrats!! Check out the project, and enter your Power Harvesting projects to the Prize now! hackaday.io/project/158779-dex source: twitter.com/hackaday/status/10

Looking for a guide to building a CNC plasma table? Here's a video series that'll get the creative juices flowing. hackaday.com/2018/06/20/a-cnc- source: twitter.com/hackaday/status/10

🤖✨😍Limor Fried, founder of @Adafruit is making robots our open source friends! She'll be joining us for this Friday at noon PDT to talk about creative robotics, , and there will be a giveaway during the chat!🌟✨🔧 >> hackaday.io/event/159006-creat twitter.com/hackaday/status/10 source: twitter.com/hackaday/status/10

Check out this retro write watch that was entered into the . Even if you just hack for fun you can still participate in the Prize! Just get some parts from our sponsor @MicrochipTech like saarbastler did, and hack 'em together! hackaday.io/project/29522-retr source: twitter.com/hackaday/status/10

RT @tindie: Firewalla Provides a full online security suite for your home WiFi network from a device the size of a quarter. htt… source: twitter.com/hackaday/status/10

RT @randomwalks: Creative & Interactive Robotics with Limor Fried @adafruit this Friday on @hackadayio hackaday.io/event/159006-creat @h… source: twitter.com/hackaday/status/10

🤖 Robotics Challenge Winner 🤖 @GiovanniLeal built a mini linear actuator that is easy to print, build and implement in robotic DIY projects! Congrats Giovanni! Check out this project, and see what sorts of awesome robots you can make with it! hackaday.io/project/156520-3d- source: twitter.com/hackaday/status/10

Congrats to Manu for unlocking the Time Lord Achievement for hacking new bluetooth technology into your old car radio! Big thanks to @MicrochipTech for sponsoring the Prize, and supplying Manu with some of their parts for this project! hackaday.io/project/152506-blu source: twitter.com/hackaday/status/10