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Endo Builders Club
  This club is a fan based forum for those interested in building their very own endos from any of the Terminator movies and TV shows. It was started back in 1999 as a Yahoo group called T-2 Builders and has evolved into this great forum. T-2 Builders had over 200 members and has migrated to this forum which is a place to discuss all aspects of model making, sculpting and construction techniques. Feel free to browse the site and thanks for stopping by.  
The Connecticut Robotics Society
  The Connecticut Robotics Society is an informal group of hobbyists, experimenters, and robot builders who meet monthly. Our membership is a diverse group composed of people with many different backgrounds and experience levels. Our interests include, but are not limited to, electronics, mechanics, fun, and the science related to automation and home built robotics.  
Storming Robotics Club
  Storming Robots is a year-round robotics and technology learning center focusing on using robotics as means to inspire children''s interest and further challenge their intellect in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, (S.T.E.M.), analytic, and strategic thinking.  
Project Dalek
  Project Dalek is an online information resource aimed at anyone interested in building a Dalek, whether it is to be a full size, scale or virtual CG model. The Project Dalek Website contains our Dalek builder''s showcases, Dalek plans previews and a vast amount of other information useful to aspiring Dalek builders, including a Dalek image reference library. Click the ''Website'' link above, to access the Project Dalek Main Website.  
Home Brew Robotics Club
  The HomeBrew Robotics Club was resurrected from the ashes of the original HomeBrew Computer Club by a group enthusiasts who were interested in the emerging field of robotics.  
Carnegie Mellon Robotics Club
  Welcome to the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Club!
Robotics Club at UCF (University of Central Florida)
  The Robotics Club at the University of Central Florida is a group of undergraduate and graduate students with a passion for robotics. It is the group''s desire to build advanced autonomous robots for competitions and research. Information about many of these projects can be found throughout our site, with each requiring dedicated students. Our laboratory is supervised by faculty advisor, Dr. Daniel Barber.  
Johnny 5 Builders Club
  This is a group for those who want to build a replica Johnny 5 Robot  
The Original WALL-E Builders Club
  As seen in Volume 20 page 20 of MAKE Magazine  
Livingston Robotics Club (LRC)
  Livingston Robotics Club (LRC), in Livingston, New Jersey, USA was conceived in August 2007 when the very first Livingston NJ FIRST LEGO League (FLL) team Landroids was formed. This neighborhood club at that time was conceived as Lancer Robotics Club, following Livingston’s tradition in naming all its school teams as “Lancer, in hope to kick-start a town-wide FIRST robotic program in the Livingston school district.  
Green Army Robotics
  Established in 2008 by a history teacher, Pattonville High School‘s Green Army Robotics club provides unique opportunities for students to apply STEM related concepts and skills by competing in the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics competition. We partner students with engineering and technology professionals from the St. Louis area to create mentoring relationships which help our students experience an engineering process firsthand.  
Brookfield East Highschool Robotics Club
  Brookfield East Alum Dan Mueller, who saw the FIRST competition as a great opportunity, founded Team 2202 in 2006. Just a few weeks into the school year, Team 2202 had already grown to 26 members, 22 students and four mentors. The months prior to the first competition were spent fund raising, writing letters for sponsorships, and familiarizing the team with tools and materials needed to build a robot. Once the competition began, the team met four times a week for six weeks in order to complete the robot. The first time competing was at the 2007 Milwaukee Regional at the U.S. Cellular Arena where the team placed 9th out of 52 teams. The team saw this as a great accomplishment for its rookie year and used this as motivation to do better at the 2008 competition.  
B-9 Builders Club - Click the image to learn more
  B-9 Builders Club
R2DC Builders Club
  The Washington DC Metro Area R2-D2 Builders Club

Ohio Robotics Club
  (HORD) House of Robotic Destruction  
R2-D2 Builders Club
  The official website of the R2-D2 Builders Club  

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