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re: Freescale mechatronics contest taps Tower-powered FreeBots
Lisa.Bradley   5/4/2011 10:23:27 PM
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Freescale has made the Mechatronics Robot available under kit number FSLBOT. You also have not missed the chance to compete in the Freescale Technology Forum Make It Challenge that will be held June 20-22 in San Antonio. You can choose to compete in one or both tracks: Mechatronics Robot or Tower System. For more details and to register for the Make It Challenge, please visit http://www.freescale.com/MakeItChallenge. By entering, you are eligible for a free Mechatronics Robot or Tower System kit!

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re: Freescale mechatronics contest taps Tower-powered FreeBots
Robotics Developer   5/4/2011 4:42:28 PM
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What a neat idea and great way to promote their products! I wish I could have been there and had the chance to compete!! Hopefully, there will be other locations for the training or the robot will be offered as a low cost kit. Freescale if you could take this nationwide it would be MUCH appreciated.



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