Explore Making: IMA Juno

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Explore Making: IMA Juno

IMA Juno is a simple robot designed for robotics beginners (Source: ExploreMaking via Thingiverse)

Canadian-based Explore Making released the IMA Juno in 2016 as an introduction to robotics, Arduino coding, and 3D printing. Designed in SolidWorks, this educational robot can move forward and backwards, as well as turn.

Follow the step-by-step instructions and you’ll learn about basic wiring, LEDs, Servo motors, and introductory Arduino code. Juno’s 3D printable parts are optimized for success on any desktop 3D printer, though you will need to use overhangs. If you’re looking for an in-depth 3D printing project, then Juno is a great place to start.

Created By Kevin Schultz

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