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  • 9g Micro Servo Motor (4.8V)
    Good quality for the money
    Review by Yuliy
    Good and reliable servo.
    Though, I can't find it anywhere else.
    (Posted on 10/20/14)
  • HS-785HB Winch Servo Motor
    5-turn servo, very nice if accuracy is not a must.
    Review by Vítor
    If you look properly for its limits, this servo allows for roughly five turns (not just three and a half) with Arduino standard servo library. Less accurate than regular servos at the end points, with rather obvious speed slopes, but still very nice indeed. General behaviour improves notoriously with 6.0V instead of 4.8V.
    (Posted on 10/4/14)
  • HS-422 Servo Motor
    Great Product
    Review by Brad
    Defacto servo, 180 degree, smooth operation. This is on our permanent order list with building a robot. High quality and great price.
    (Posted on 9/9/14)
  • HS-422 Servo Motor
    Excellent product
    Review by ISTITUTO TECNICO
    Great quality/price ratio. The torque is adequate to my quadpod project
    (Posted on 9/2/14)
  • 9g Continuous Rotation Micro Servo
    Nice Servos
    Review by Hamilton
    Used these for a robotics and Arduino class with 5th through 8th graders. Didn't really have the time or financial leeway to go the motor controller route. All went well. I'm glad these exist, I'm glad I got em' and I will do it again.
    (Posted on 8/21/14)
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New FlowBotics Apps for Phidgets Products

Posted on August 07, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under Software and Apps.

FlowBotics Studio is a powerful graphical programming software which helps you easily create programs which interface with external hardware. One important feature of FlowBotics Studio is that you can also create stand-alone executable (.exe) programs which can be installed and used by others who do not own FlowBotics Studio. RobotShop, along with DSP Robotics, have [...]
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Robot Construction Kits

Posted on April 23, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under Robotics Projects & Kits, Where to Start.

Robot Construction Kits can be distinguished from normal robot kits since they use modular parts and allow you to assemble different robots using the same parts. A robot kit on the other hand only allows you to build one robot. Robot construction kits are a great investment because they tend to include everything you need [...]
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The 2013 Robot Christmas Gift Guide!

Posted on November 21, 2013

By Julie Gendron & filled under Domestic, Entertainment, Pet Care, Toys, Vacuum.

Christmas season is just around the corner, and it’s time to send Santa your gift list. Why not select robotic gifts to help with household chores, to play, to build or even to experiment with. Here’s our top suggestions for robotic gifts for 2013. We’ve featured 10 great ideas that will make excellent gifts for [...]
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SSC-32 Servo Sequencer Utility

Posted on October 26, 2013

By Carl Owen & filled under Lynxmotion.

Many of you already know the Lynxmotion SSC-32 servo control board; it’s become a bit of an industry standard as a reliable interface to control up to 32 servo motors from a single board connected to a PC. RobotShop have just released a powerful software interface to enable users to control the servo motors in [...]
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Dynamixel Pro – Based “Thor-OP” Humanoid Revealed

Posted on October 18, 2013

By Coleman Benson & filled under Humanoids, Industry, Military.

When we first saw Robotis release their new line of professional (and large) Dynamixel Pro servo motors, we knew it would not be long until they were used to create larger humanoids. So, not long after their release, “THOR” was revealed; Robotis’ child-sized humanoid entry into the DARPA humanoid challenge. The latest iteration of this [...]
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Thank you very much for ur reply,


there is one more thing I want to know. How much does this motor carry as payload? I am looking for motors able to carry 4 Kg as payloads;of course in quadcopters or hexacopters. Please inform me if you know a motor like that.


Thank you
2014-10-22 15:41 by Ali Hamid
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... to figure out the best way to adapt them to either a direct-drive DC motor, or an axle. Our goal is to connect these wheels to the traditional DC motors that come with Textrix. http://www.tetrixrobotics.com/Motors_and_Servos/TETRIX_DC_Gear_Motor The traditional hub connector from Tetrix is not ...
2014-10-21 13:48 by Net911Scot
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... supporting legs. The first step, as you have done, is to mount the motors mechanically as closed to 1500 as possible. The second step is to ... of the legs is at 90 degrees (perfectly). This is because, despite the servo being "close" to 90 degrees at 1500, most servos are off ...
2014-10-21 11:10 by CBenson
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Hello, I recently started with a Quadruped project. The robot is a SQ3U Symmetric Quadruped robot. I have already calibrated the motors to center(1500) and started to develop gaits for the robot. One problem is that one or two side of the robot is heavier than the rest. In center position, ...
2014-10-21 10:58 by benjtm75
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... it since it's not currently in stock (we have a decibel meter, though the sound does depend on how far away you are from the motor too). Do all motors run quieter when you run them at a lower than rated drive voltage? Really good question - not sure how many people have actually considered sound ...
2014-10-20 16:56 by CBenson
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... of using your 12V silent DC motor, part number RB-DFR-439. Is this a brushless motor? Just how much quieter are they than your spur gear line of motors (eg: RB SCT-181)? Are these ones brushless? Do all motors run quieter when you run them at a lower than rated drive voltage? If so, I'd like ...
2014-10-20 13:05 by kja
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Hi Tony,

Welcome to the RobotShop Forum.

Those motors are able to turn in both direction depending of the polarity as you said.
It should work well on your project than.

All the best,
2014-10-16 15:23 by DiaLFonZo
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Hi Tom, 1) You are right, it mean the motor can handle batteries between 2s and 4s (7.4V to 14.8V). 2) The manufacturer of those motors don't provide any chart for their motors, it could be related to the battery voltage applied yes. 3) If you are talking about "20A BEC Multirotor ...
2014-10-14 11:30 by DiaLFonZo
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Ok, I'm new to the 4-rotor drone thing and trying to build my own for a class project. I ordered parts already. Here's what I got: Motors: Outrunner Sunshine 880KV Brushless ESCs: Multicopter 20A-BEC Propellers: 12 x 4.5 Most of my questions are to ensure I understand things correctly. ...
2014-10-10 22:04 by TSubby
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... if my figuring is right. I was wondering are these all capable to basic micro and adruino, for the exbee, connected to arc32 for an android 18 motors. [*]or am I wrong [*]so like can I program the DFrobot exbee to tranmit from my computer and send programs from basic micro ide, to an exbee ...
2014-10-08 21:07 by jagar4
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... in real time, like im using basic micro ide and arc 32 with 18 servos and I just don't see programming and or procedure for controlling these motors in real time in a group move in steps or phases sent from the computer. then im trying to figure or find some procedure to apply the gyro to ...
2014-10-07 22:47 by jagar4
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Car batteries are fine, but lead acid is heavy, meaning your drive motors need to be more powerful. Perhaps the following tutorials will help:
http://www.robotshop.com/blog/en/robots ... ke-a-robot
2014-10-07 15:51 by CBenson
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No problem, if you have any other question feel free to ask.
You can as well post about your project, it's always nice to see new projects come to life.
2014-10-06 14:03 by DiaLFonZo
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Thanks Eric! That's what I assumed but wanted to be sure.
2014-10-06 13:54 by TSubby
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Hi TSubby, Welcome to the RobotShop forum. Most multirotor use Brushless motor which have no direction specific. If the motor turn the wrong direction you just have to swap two of the three wires and it will turn the other way. Some manufacturer include different screw mounting option for CW and CCW...
2014-10-06 13:25 by DiaLFonZo
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