diy robot using arduino standards and makers techniques


  1. Robot Kit to mount yourself

  2. Get help form the community

  3. School or at home project

  4. Super fun to make and play with



2D design - laser cutting principles

Robotics mechanics and cinematic

Electronics, PCB

Arduino framework

Web server/client principles

Control servo motor, brushless motors

Assemble robot parts, configure a robot

make robot laser cut parts 4.JPG

Discover Laser cutting design principles


Make a robot - what to expect

Beware of the risks when mounting/using a robot


In consideration for purchasing a BADDY DIY (Do It Yourself) kit, you hereby release BADDY, it's trustees, it's agents or representatives from any and all liability, and agree to not raise any claims, or institue any legal action against BADDY, it's representatives or agents based upon any cause of action that arises out of or in connection with mounting and/or using a BADDY DIY kit. This release shall apply to any loss or damage and to any personal injury that you may encounter, including, without being limited to, any loss, damage or injury sustained or allegedly sustained to negligent acts or omissions of BADDY agents or representatives.

You fully understand and assume all of the risks, dangers and responsibilities connected with mounting and using a BADDY DIY kit. You also agree to assume responsibility for any and all damages which arise out of or in connection with mounting or using BADDY DIY kit for this purpose.

Risks encountered (not exhaustive):

BADDY is a robot, it must be used with caution:

motors spin at 5000rpm, never ever put your hands inside BADDY when switched on

Shuttlecock's speed when shot may reach 150km/h

Kids shall not use BADDY without surveillance, never put your hands in it when switched on, stay at the other side of the court when playing (Keep the net between you and BADDY)

BADDY components are potentially dangerous. Manipulate it properly:

Don't manipulate a broken plastic/metal part: you may cut yourself and be seriously wounded

Batteries are made of Lithium ion: Never open a battery, never put water on it (explosion), charge your battery using appropriate charger