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+ Open Source

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Meet twenty

Our founder, Danielle Boyer, recently turned 20-years-old. Here at The STEAM Connection, we'd normally be celebrating by putting on a robotics event or volunteering to helps kids learn about STEM. This year with the pandemic, we decided to shake things up by releasing a new educational robot. Twenty is an affordable, simple, and creative robotics kit that you can assemble for free at home. This resource is open source and was created as a gift to express our gratitude to our loyal supporters, our students, and our communities.

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Where to purchase your robot parts online and what tools you'll need to get started. This list is oriented towards ordering parts in bulk for a classroom.


Access our electrical diagrams for educators to learn how to wire your robot to make it run! this is the fun part.

Design Files

Our robot was proudly designed in SOLIDWORKS. Unlock our design files to 3D print and assemble the robot with your components, a cereal box, and a 3D printer!

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Combine your 3D prints, cardboard cutouts, and wiring to make a robot that is ready to be programmed with a simple assembly guide and video.


Access our coding instructions for your robot! Also download our code to upload right away to make your robot run now.



Access the rest of our materials including our educational resources and robot decoration tips!

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