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Thanks. The code is listed under the Rover code tab under the Code section. If you don't see it, I can put it out in pastebin for you.
The bot chassis, gripper, and brackets are from Servocity and would cost around $45USD plus shipping. The servo, Arduino and other parts would about $20-$25 dollars if you got them off ebay.
I think Vin has a max of 5v, so 3 aa alkalines should power it. I would go for a USB power bank though or a JST ended 3.7v lipo. I will add that any device with Wifi will be power hungry though.
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