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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)
  • 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)
  • 2.5kg Goteck Metal Gear Micro Servo
    Good
    Review by Luca
    Good
    (Posted on 8/8/14)
  • DFRobot Micro Servo Motor
    Good
    Review by Luca
    Good
    (Posted on 8/8/14)
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Basics: What Types of Mobile Robots are There?

Posted on March 07, 2012

By Coleman Benson & filled under Where to Start.

A custom robot design often starts with a “vision” of what the robot will look like and what it will do. The types of robots possible are unlimited, though the more popular are: Land-based wheeled robot Land-based tracked robot Land-based legged robot Air-based: plane, helicopter, blimp Water-based; boat, submarine Misc. and combination robot Stationary robot [...]
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How to Make a Robot – Lesson 2: Choosing a Robotic Platform

Posted on August 12, 2010

By Coleman Benson & filled under How To Make a Robot, Robotics Projects & Kits, Tutorials.

Lessons Menu: Lesson 1 – Getting Started Lesson 2 – Choosing a Robotic Platform Lesson 3 – Making Sense of Actuators Lesson 4 – Understanding Microcontrollers Lesson 5 – Choosing a Motor Controller Lesson 6 – Controlling your Robot Lesson 7 – Using Sensors Lesson 8 – Getting the Right Tools Lesson 9 – Assembling [...]
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Review of Microbric's Viper Robotics Development Kit

Posted on August 16, 2006

By William Cox & filled under Reviews.

I was recently offered the chance to review Microbric’s Viper Robotics Development Kit. I always love to try out new robot kits and see what’s on the market, so I jumped at the chance. Prior to Microbric contacting me, I had heard some about the kits. You may have read a prior review of the [...]
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... (Can't tell from photos online), especially the components. This is the most involved model I have ever built. Specs; Lynxmotion Hunter Mini-VTail Motors; RCX 1306-2 2300KV Flight Controler ; Flip32 ESC; RTF Mini "4-in-1" 12-Amp ESC Receiver; Lemon 6-Channel Receiver (No Pin) Props; 5030 ...
2014-08-30 13:05 by Tattooface
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... back to the drawing board. But as for cost... say, 10,000 for twin motors and some associated gear (100 lbs thrust, maybe 25 lbs), another 5 ... arms/legs/landing gear, sensor array, 40 lbs), maybe another 5000 in misc. costs, another 10 lbs ... For the cost of a new car, you could build ...
2010-11-13 13:31 by kdwyer
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... A lot farther along with the base have the Motors, wheels and battery in place Parts list so ... up of motor mounts. I used a combination of servo tape and breadboard wire to hold on the motors ... shows the final layer being the processor and misc. sensors yet to be hooked up Added parts: 2x ...
2009-10-24 18:13 by DocDoc
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... http://www.ukrobotgroup.com/joomla/images/phocagallery/Sir%20Kitt%20build/DSCN1290_640x479.JPG The rover was assembled easily and I wired up the motors with cable from an old PC PSU. I tested each motor in both directions so I could create two matched pairs, one pair for left side and one pair ...
2009-05-07 07:36 by Orac
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... the motor mount panel to add a way to add tension. It works! http://www.lynxmotion.com/images/misc/drivet03.jpg Here is an image of one of the motors I am considering. If it's not got the umph I need it has two larger brothers in the catalog. hehe! http://www.lynxmotion.com/images/misc/drivet04.jpg
2009-04-15 15:23 by Robot Dude
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... a computer inside the tank, and have it control the hex via wireless... 8)) "Big Brother" TODO list: Initial Order from LM for tread, sprockets, motors: Done. Order from BC Laserworks for Initial design of tread section: In work. Order from McMaster for roller chain, sprockets, nylon: Waiting ...
2008-02-19 20:27 by Sienna
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... a decent webcam. Yea, its a costy project... My price list is currently at like $780 which includes the nano-itx, 8 li-ion batteries, all sensors, motors, encoder, wheels, hubs, wifi mini-PCI card. I didn't include the cost of the hdd, frame materials, and some other misc things. I have a 256MB ...
2007-07-17 19:34 by robodude666
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Heya guys, I was cleaning up my "general electronics" drawer where I keep wires, motors and other misc stuff and I found a 9.6v NiCd battery and charger from an old old RC car I had 3/4 years ago. I don't know the mAh rating on the battery or any ratings of the ...
2006-08-24 09:09 by robodude666
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Now that I've put wheels and motors on my quad, I need a motor controller. Of course, I'll have to build my own... ... is this: An SN754410 H-bridge chip. A PIC 16F88 MPU. Protection diodes, and a few misc. R's and C's. The interface will be I2C, so that my bot's main MPU can easily talk ...
2006-06-25 13:28 by saipan59
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