Friday, August 2, 2013

12 bonus models for EV3

Here one poster prepared today, showing 12 bonus models that you'll be able to build, with one MINDSTORMS EV3 retail kit (31313).



While its counterpart Education EV3 Core Set (45544) was officially released yesterday, we will have to wait another month, to see the retail version available. By then we should also expect to get access to the instructions for building each one of these models, designed by LEGO MINDSTORMS fans, which belong to the MCP group.

6 comments:

ThinkBrick said...

just a comment that the SKU is 31313

Fernando Correia said...

@ThinBrick

Thanks for the heads-up!
It was a typo, the link was correct, but SKU fixed now also! :)

rherberg said...

nice to get so much models with one kit, with the nxt and nxt2 you only got a handfull (even with online models)

Fernando Correia said...

@rhergberg

On top of the standard 5, these will be also available online only!

Robotica said...

All the EV3 software, will come available as an online download.
There will be one (small) book in the kit with only the BI of the base model, for all the other models, you have to download the software.

SLFroden said...

It looks like some of the EV3 spare parts have shown up on the www.legoeducation.us website too. I was interested in getting some of the red 'Rubber Attachment for Track Element Parts', until I saw the price - US$20 for 30x. I want about 300 of them, but don't want to pay US$200.
www.legoeducation.us/eng/categories/products/middle-school/lego-mindstorms-education-ev3 (scroll down and click View All)

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