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Start Up & Run a Robotics Team

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Have you thought about starting a robotics team or do your run one already but want to learn more. Let us show you how. Whether you wish to start a primary or secondary school team, or even an independent team like ourselves, we can guide you through the minefield of what you need to know and do.

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The day will cover:

  • What is FLL and FTC ?
  • The Robots (EV3 and Android).
  • Programming/building/design
  • The FLL and FTC Competitions.
  • Costs of running a team, what to buy, ongoing costs.


Places are limited and booking is essential. Please bring along your own lunch and drinks.

Metal Minds Robotics Inc. – Contact 0415866058

‘Metal Minds Robotics’ FLL Team are Winners & Grinners !

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Thank you to the ‘Metal Minds Robotics’ team for a great FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Competition at the Tasmanian State Championships on Saturday 19 October 2016, held in Hobart. I trust everyone else enjoyed the day at least half as much as I did. It was fantastic to see our future Scientists, Technologists, Engineers, and Mathematicians putting their combined skills together for such a great out come.

Supporting the next generation of Mindstorms Robotics Engineers

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For my son Anthony’s 11 birthday, and I presented him with his very own LEGO Mindstorms EV3 set. Previously he was using one of Dad’s LEGO Mindstorms EV3 or LEGO Mindstorms NXT Kits. It was as an early birthday present by a few days, as he needed to practice for the Tasmanian FIRST LEGO League Competition in mid November.

Team #27 ‘Metal Mind Robotics’ 2016 Launch

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Metal Minds Robotics Inc. team members 2016-17

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Virtual Robotics Toolkit for LEGO Mindstorms EV3

Virtual Robotics Toolkit Sumo
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For people thinking of purchasing a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kit, but are a little worried about the learning curve, then spending $50 on a copy of the “Virtual Robotics Toolkit” before outlaying $500 on the LEGO kit its self.



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