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Home of the world's smallest, inexpensive, hexapod robot!

Welcome to Stiquito.com!  What the heck is a Stiquito?  Stiquito is a small, six-legged robot that uses muscle wires, or nitinol, for movement.  This tiny robot has been used world wide as a tool for teaching basic science and engineering principles in primary, secondary, high school, and college curriculums.  Stiquito has often been compared to an ant

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Visit the store to buy repair kits, t-shirts,  Stiquito II kits, and books.

International orders, too!

Read about the creation of Stiquito and how you can use it.

FAQ: frequently asked questions 

Read about the book's contents. Read about the authors of the Stiquito books.

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Analog Controller Kit  /  Book: Advanced  /   Book: Beginner  / Book:  Controlled
Brass Screws Kit  /  Education KitParallel Port Controller Kit  / Repair Kit
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