The Atlanta Hobby Robot Club

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The Atlanta Hobby Robot Club

The Atlanta Hobby Robot Club (A.H.R.C.) is an association of specialists that sprang out of the Atlanta Computer Society in 1981. Club's motivation is to bolster Georgians who fabricate robots by uniting them in a configuration where they can trade thoughts.

All meet at the Pinckneyville Community Center situated at 4650 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Norcross, GA on the third Saturday of the month at 10:00 AM. Everybody is welcome.

There are right now around 100 individuals on Yahoo Groups mailing list with 15 to 30 going to every meeting. A decent rate of the general population at gatherings has aptitude in robot building, mechanics and gadgets

Average gatherings are typically very much composed and include:

  • The talk of club business.
  • A video clasp of something important to robot manufacturers.
  • A specialized talk on some feature of robots (e.g. gadgets, mechanical, materials or strategies.)
  • Appear and tell from a couple robot manufacturers. Points in some cases incorporate complete robots, development strategies, or sub-frameworks.
  • An open gathering discourse between individuals
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