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Expanding Your EV3 Experience with the TETRIX MAX Expansion Controllers

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Have MINDSTORMS EV3 and looking to do more with metal? In this RoboBench, learn how to expand your options as you build a better robot with the TETRIX MAX DC Motor Expansion Controller and the TETRIX MAX Servo Motor Expansion Controller.

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