These are some suppliers that members have experience with. Most sites feature tutorials on their products.
- Boxlight Robotics (Modern Robotics)
- Digi-Key has an enormous amount of electronics parts and development boards.
- HobbyKing specializes in RC parts, but offers plenty of items that can be used as parts or controls.
- Maker Shed has a number of small robotic kits, most of them geared for children.
- Pololu offers a wide range of motors, and motor drives as well as all sorts of kits and assorted mechanical and electrical parts.
- RobotGeek specializes in "a platform for learning about and building your own Arduino Inventions."
- Robot Shop sells kits, robotic components, and robotic household appliances.
- ServoCity (besides servos) has metal channel, connection hardware, and linear actuators.
- SuperDroid Robots (Pricey, but has some unique components.)
Some of these suppliers offer discounts to members of SnoCo Makers; it never hurts to ask!
- Alphatronics 16600 W. Valley Highway, Tukwila
- Champion Bolt & Supply Inc. 2417 Broadway, Everett
- Midway Plywood 14004 Highway 99, Lynnwood
- Tap Plastics 4232 196th Street SW, Lynnwood
- Vetco 12718 Northup Way, Bellevue ("Maker Electronics Store." They have a fair amount of surplus upstairs.)
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