Let's get building!

Step One: Solder the PCB

The PCB has been carefully designed to be easy even for novice solderers to solder. Get started building the PCB that's at the heart of Mirobot.

Use the addons

Get creative by adding new features to Mirobot. Use the collision detection, line following and make some sounds


If you're having problems getting your Mirobot to work, here are some hints to help you get it going.

Update the firmware

To get the latest features working with Mirobot you might need to update the firmware

Modify the firmware

Once you've got the PCB put together then you can start getting creative with how Mirobot is programmed. Here's where you begin with modifying the Arduino firmware to make it do what you want

Make your own parts

Because Mirobot is open hardware you're welcome to take the designs and get them made yourself. In fact this is encouraged, it's a great way of beginning to understand what's involved in making a physical product so you can go on and make your own.

Get started fabricating your own parts.