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  1. #891
    danilodm Guest

    Re: Introduce yourself!

    Hi everybody, my name is Danilo. I live near Rome, in Italy
    I'm an Informatic Engineer. My job is Java Developer/Analyst.
    I like robots and I want make it one. I'm studying Arduino and the delta robots.

    Let's work!

    Pleased to meet you guys!

  2. Re: Introduce yourself!

    My name is Juan. I am an Assistant Professor in China. Graduated from Vanderbilt University. Interested in inspiring young minds.

  3. #893
    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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    Hello! My name's Kat and I work at Phidgets as a project outreach developer. I'm hanging around to connect with people who use Phidgets (sold by Trossen) and see what kinds of projects have been done. I can also help out if anyone has questions about Phidgets. I'm a robot enthusiast myself, although have mostly just dressed up as robots countless times, rather than actually building a working robot. I love maths and physics, too... and a bunch of other things. Feel free to contact me if you have any Phidgets projects or questions.

    Here I am in one of my many robot costumes:

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  4. #894
    captnmnt Guest

    Re: Introduce yourself!

    My name is Neil. I live in the frozen north-centrtal part of the USofA. Near Christmastime, kids call me Santa. I am here to learn about Delta Robots.

  5. Re: Introduce yourself!

    Hi, Im Wes from San Francisco. I have been lurking and reading posts for a while and gathering info... I invested in some mx-28s to make a humanoid, and thought i should become a bit more interactive with the community and ask questions and share my upcoming journey....

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    Hesham Gaber Guest

    Re: Introduce yourself!

    Hey guys ,
    my name is Hesham Gaber , i live in alexandria , i am a student at faculty of engineering , electronics department, my mentor told me to search allot for my 1st great assignment about robotics so i searched allot and i found this site is too informative about this topic , finally i wish this site meet my needs and i really wish i could help others with my knowledge

  7. #897
    vin447 Guest

    Re: Introduce yourself!

    Hello everyone, i am Elvin Nathan, and i am currently a university student studying electronics engineering, and also i live in Indonesia. I would like to gain more knowledge by following this site. Thank you.

  8. #898
    Join Date
    Jul 2014
    Washington, DC
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    Re: Introduce yourself!

    Hello all TRCers, My name is Kevin & I live in Washington, DC. I'm an old/new TRC member who lost his password & no longer has the email address used for the original TRC registration. I've been into robotics since the early '90s when I happened upon the Rug Warrior. Was led into robotics as a natural extension of my love of R/C and computers. Happy to be back at the TRC!

  9. #899
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    Los Angeles, CA
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    Re: Introduce yourself!

    Quote Originally Posted by RiverRatDC View Post
    Hello all TRCers, My name is Kevin & I live in Washington, DC. I'm an old/new TRC member who lost his password & no longer has the email address used for the original TRC registration.
    Feel free to PM me the old account name and I can go hunt it down if it is still around and let you back into it.

  10. Re: Introduce yourself!

    Hi everyone.

    I'm a 42 french java dev.
    Or at least, it's my main professionnal activity

    I already built some simple robots either alone or with my 11yo kid.

    All this started to find intellectual challenges for my son, and it ended in lot of other activities like kid's workshops and so on.

    I have projects in 3D printing (I built a SmartRap), try to use Gobot just to learn GoLang, some LynxMotion biped only built but not coded.

    It looks like too many subjects at a time: this is true

    Next big project is to build a larger quadruped or hexy, or maybe it will be a biped

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