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    and how do u program it ???

    but whichever tech fest i go , all of them say that lego products are not allowed as tey are very easy to use and give no knowledge to the robotist

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    @Superchiku: It can be programmed in C, C++, Java, ADA, Assembly, or Lego's own Visual Language(called NXT-G, based on LabView).

    I guess the reason its not allowed in competitions, is because it gives an unfair advantage. With it people don't have to worry about the electronics, or the hardware building. One can just concentrate on the design and software. Works perfectly for me, since I cannot enter competitions any more, and since I am more of a "Weekend-Hobbyist" now-a-days, I find it great that I can make complex and powerful designs in just a few hours.

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    Debu

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    well its pity for us we cant buy anything here we also dont get these molex connectors like this wm-29??? series 3 pin housing =s or wire crimps so i have to get them from the net but i guess they arent available anywhere

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    Hi,

    Nice work.
    Hey, can you tell me few more details like: How much weight it can hold/ lift?
    i need build an arm of similar kind for my project.

    Thanks in advance.

    Anjaneya Prasad N
    (anjaneya4u@gmail.com)

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    Quote Originally Posted by superchiku
    well its pity for us we cant buy anything here we also dont get these molex connectors like this wm-29??? series 3 pin housing =s or wire crimps so i have to get them from the net but i guess they arent available anywhere
    Thats not really true. These days most connectors etc are available in India.

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