Sugru has an amazing technology that helps people fix and make things. Fixbot is a cute red robotic arm made by Sugru recently.
In the video below this adorable Fixbot is fixing all sorts of things around the house. You will love it! Sugru provided a tutorial on Thingiverse and Instructables on how to make your own Fixbot robotic hand. You need to have a 3D printer (like Makerbot, RepRap), servos, bearings, nuts, lots of wires and a bunch of time. By the end of it, you will have a cute sugru robot to play with.
There's a lot of excitement amongst inventors like ourselves about amazing new technology that can help us fix and make things in entirely new and super advanced ways. What's really the future of fixing though? We suspect it's... you.
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