Let's Make Robots!

Did you donate already? UPDATED


Hi all, sorry for the site not having a clear communication. This is what happens when everyone helps, and time passes - we get old links no longer working, and misleading information..

It's impossible to keep updating who runs what to everyone all the time - many people are helping, new mails are written every day, things change..

One thing has been, and is the same through all times, till present (October 2014): When bills have to be paid, and there's not made enough money by various deals and donations, it's the founder / Webmaster who pays the bills.

Any help is always very much appreciated, and Paypal is the easiest way:


Let us know if you have donated to support LMR. Or why you won't.

As we all know LMR is founded and financed by a few volunteers. It is their basic work that gives us the ability to share our passion. Since our number has significally grown and the demand on bandwith and computational power has grown too it is time for us to give back something on top of fame and honour for the founders and drivers of LMR to keep this idea going, to enable new inventions and whatever is needed to present our together-made robot projects to the outside world.

Your small donation makes the big difference. So go ahead and individually do something good for all of us. 

Keep in mind that LMR goes on and on so you can donate once, twice, weekly, monthly or yearly. Its good to know that LMR has some research & development budget to drive innovation.

And here you find the new Donation page.




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not yet ..... dont think the "why you wont" part of the above statement is fair ..... im sure most active members of this site are willing to donate ... and if they dont they shouldnt feel the need to explain. 

in my case its simple lack of money .... 

But i have being doing other things to help promote this site and our LMR shop .....  I have a blog which i started and now and again i write in it about what iv been doing ... nothing exciting as im not the best blogger as it means if im blogging im not searching the net to learn or trying out things ...

But i have created a link to this site and to yourduino ... i also set up google analytics to see if anyone is visiting LMR and yourduino because they have visited my site .... and i have had a couple of visits to hear from my site and a handful to yourduino. So i will keep promoting LMR and yourduino on my blog and try and get more people visiting through these links.

So hopefully by doing this i can help out and that LMR and yourduino will benefit from it ..... 

here is a photo of these stats .... hopefully i can get more 

robots and electronics


Done !



Oh, yes. Done.

Yes, it only seems right.

A quesion: The progress graph (which I no  longer see) seemed to show that we were at ~10% with $300. Am I correct to guess that we are gunning for around $3000 for LMR v4?

My estimate is different. I grabbed an image of the progress bar, and measured it in a graphics package. 

Total length was 2 3/4 inches. Progress was 7/32 inches. 

That was from when the progess so far was $300. Some math showed me that the total value of the original progress bar was $3,771.43.

However, I noted that the bar was measuring against 'hours spent', and I believe more hours are still being spent. So I have no idea what the complete goal for the project is, but I expect something more than $3,771.43.

I suspect Frits probably took down the bar so he could work on getting something a bit better at communicating the status.

In the meantime, I hope LMRians who have a few dollars to spare will continue to provide some support. ; j