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    Default Robotics Store Beta @ Ri , Tell us what you want !!!

    The Robot Store at Ri will open soon ( April First week ). You can check work in progress here -

    http://www.roboticsindia.com/store/

    If you think we should stock up on something , please let us know.

    We want our online store to be the biggest in India , so are willing to do things different. All suggestions and advice are welcome.
    Vikas Patial

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    The shop looks great!
    How about stocking sundry items like battery holders (confirming to the variety of form factors available in batteries, with on/off s/w), trickle chargers for rechargeable batteries, containers to organize components and so on. Most online shops tend to miss or ignore these. I know its not a big deal to make some of these by yourself but it does take away time from core activities. Ideally, a complete robotic kit, in my opinion, should also contain such items.

    Rgds,
    sushmair.

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    Nice , we were contemplating about containers, I guess we will give them a shot too.

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    Great work Rao !!!

    Ideas on what to stock up on ...
    1. Plastic/Metal Gears.
    2. Wheels.
    3. Metal/Acrylic/Delrin Sheets
    4. PIC uCs.

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    Looking Good.
    Well here's a list of what I would like to be available
    1.Atmega 8/168/328 with Arduino Boot loader pre-burnt
    2.Connection Wires for Breadboards preferably with the ability to connect to 40 Pin Male Header I think they are called JST Cables in diff. color's Male-Male and Female-Female a set of 30 with a mix of 15 each would be perfect
    3.Ultra Bright LED's
    4.General Purpose Boards
    5.A Cheap Reliable Multimeter
    6.Options to avail the RIDuino in Atmega 8/168/328
    7.Heat Shrink Tubing 1m In Various diameters as a pack( I had to buy 5 meters of a particular diameter at SP Road-they don't allow mixing)
    8.Power Supply with selectors for 5 and 3.3 V powered by USB or Adaptors
    9. 9V Power Supply

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    Fantastic suggestions. will do.

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    @ Vikas & Rao
    Good work. The opencart looks nice. Your pricing will give competitors a nightmare.
    Well have a look at my mail to you (vikas) few month back, I have suggested you many things.
    It looks the manufacturing topic we discussed is not considered.
    best luck!!
    Last edited by rao; 03-22-2010 at 07:10 PM. Reason: No flames please
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    Great work Both Vikas & Rao.The shop looks really cool & the prices are decent.
    I'll tell what all you need in the next post.Need some time to think & busy at present.
    Redefine it your way!!!!

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    dude.. what octal said.. that arduino bootloader loaded chips IS A MUST MUST.... also one small RBBB arduino board...its high on demand.. all over the world... see your yahoo rao...

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    .......omni wheels......

    SMD2DIP adapter pcbs....

    3v/24A smps....
    docel
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    after YOU prove it!!

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