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  • 9g Continuous Rotation Micro Servo
    Wish we'd known about this several months ago!
    Review by Carol
    We ordered some servos that we intended to hack for continuous rotation, and when the time came, they were not hackable :-( Seems like that happens a lot. You don't want that to happen at the last minute. These worked great. Thanks!
    (Posted on 7/14/14)
  • 9g Continuous Rotation Micro Servo
    Nice but unstable
    Review by Greg
    Tiny and speedy, but impossible to get a steady stop position set, it drifts all over the place. I am going to have to add a relay to shut off power to the servo when I want a full stop out of it.
    (Posted on 7/7/14)
  • HS-5645MG Digital High Torque Servo Motor
    Great Servo lots of torque
    Review by thomas
    Very High Torque for a nice small sized Servo Motor works great
    (Posted on 7/7/14)
  • HS-645MG Servo Motor
    great product
    Review by thomas
    lots of torque
    (Posted on 6/16/14)
  • HS-422 Servo Motor
    great servo motor
    Review by thomas
    lots of torque
    (Posted on 6/16/14)
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Robot Construction Kits

Posted on April 23, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under GoRobotics >> Education, 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, Robotic News.

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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Full Metal Dalek, Fiction Meets Dedication

Posted on September 19, 2013

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Entertainment.

Making replicas of robots seen in movies is not uncommon and there are many replicas of R2D2, Wall-E and Jonny 5 to name a few. Many of these incorporate a high level of detail while being faithful to the original robot’s look and feel. However, most of these replicas do not match (or at least [...]
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Not sure what you mean. The two motors on the left should be connected to one terminal and the two on the right connected to the other terminal. Each terminal should give you control over speed and direction. You don't have control over individual ...
2014-07-29 10:23 by CBenson
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Hello and thank's for your response.

OK but if i switch the wires it can go forward and never backward...

Why i can go backward for one motor (M1 or M2 and without switching the wires) but never go backward with the two motors at the same time ?

Frank
2014-07-29 10:19 by frank33
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... longer active. #4 above has been hard. I started using windshield wiper motors because they have a park feature. But they are heavy. If there is ... only needs to be off and on. I don't need something like an Arduino servo - well I probably do but I have a deadline fast approaching and I don't ...
2014-07-28 13:57 by BVeryAfrayed
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Yes, TMotor is out of stock on the motor so we cannot make kits.
The "Base" combo is a very good choice too. Motors are well made not cheap.
2014-07-22 11:02 by DiaLFonZo
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... I could not tell from the description of the problem, is it that the motor(s) are not responding appropriately to the remote and/or one or both motors are not fully stopping when you release the joysticks? If the later, it may be that you may have to adjust the center/zero points. Not sure what ...
2014-07-17 19:51 by kurte
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The motors are FingerTech Robotics Gold Spark 35:1 motors
The Sabertooth is powering the receiver
2014-07-17 11:36 by roboguy513
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Can you provide one or more clear images of your setup? What are the specs of the motors? Are you using the Sabertooth to power the RC receiver or do you have separate power? Note that the Sabertooth series needs to have all jumpers properly configured.
2014-07-17 11:18 by CBenson
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... I would like to apologize if this question is in the wrong section. Recently I bought a Sabertooth 2x5 ESC for my battlebot, today I connected to motors and one continues to turn despite the fact that my remote is still on. I have the ESC setup correctly and I have finally given up and decided ...
2014-07-17 11:12 by roboguy513
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It should be able to hold, but keep in mind that all motors need time to cool off; so if it's always working (to keep the traveller at a certain height), it will heat up, which will reduce its lifespan. Hi! I just cut the parts today and weighted them. ...
2014-07-16 16:50 by bluehawk91
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Sorry my mistake. They are Stepper motors. less then 2A, I would like to use the sketch or C language.
2014-07-15 16:19 by paul C
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... or dual; a controller which can do three or four is rare. For small motors (<2A each), you could try something like the ROMEO and the DFRobotShop Motor Shield: http://www.robotshop.com/forum/cant-find-robot-on-ssc-32-servo-sequencer-t11900 http://www.robotshop.com/en/dfrobotshop-rover-arduino-compatible-motor-shield-2a.html ...
2014-07-15 16:05 by CBenson
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Hi,
Can you make a recomendation for a DC brushless controller:
1) That can control 3 motors
2) I do not have to have a PC connected to run the program
3)Has IO on it?

Thanks
2014-07-15 15:47 by paul C
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It should be able to hold, but keep in mind that all motors need time to cool off; so if it's always working (to keep the traveller at a certain height), it will heat up, which will reduce its lifespan.
2014-07-15 14:31 by CBenson
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tried everything: updated the wifi shield firmware, disconnected motors, played with jumpers, even connected an external power supply. - still says "shield not present". at the same time the Arduiono WiFiShield is working perfectly with other Duemilanove ...
2014-07-15 11:54 by richarddolby
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Sure. You'd need some sort of board to connect the USB port on a phone to the ESCs/motors. (I'd guess an Arduino-based board could provide this.) I was suggesting this primarily for autonomous flight.
2014-07-15 10:26 by ocdtrekkie
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