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Well there not that cheap, 30$
buy nice or buy twice.
nice stats, but durability will probobly suffer, altho tower hobbies has a great distribution system, they should stop trying to make their own stuff, most tower hobbies products are bad ( had a very bad run in with one of there motors once, and their sorry attempt at a nitro rc was ... sorry)
8.00/111 means it can "carry" up to 8 kg right?
i dont really mind noise as long as the servo is smooth and can be controlled easy and wont fail...
Im going to buy a GWS SO3T servo at: http://www.pololu.com/products/servos.htmlSound pretty good: Torque - kg-cm/oz-in (6V) 8.00/111 for 12$, This is for my new robot and its not going to be so heavy (a walking robot) So i need more torque then speed. I also trust Pololu and im going to buy a USB to serial adapter and a microcontroller for them. Around 20$ for a microcontroller isen't expensive, and the USB to serial adapter, i cant really say much about the price couse i dont know what a USB to serial adapter usually cost. (And i like to buy all on 1 internet store so i only have to pay for 1 shipping instead of buying different parts at different stores ending up with a BIG shipping price to pay.Anyway can you give me some feedback on what u think about the servo, 8.00/111 means it can "carry" up to 8 kg right? Sry if that was a noob question i've never bought/used servos before, i have sticked to motors.
The servo at the link you just posted is 99.99$ + an extra 10$ for shipping??I cant afford that for one servo! Maybe im wrong, couse i dont really understand what u mean about "10 bucks a pop for 10 of them"Anyway the servo itself seem really good, and i would love to buy one for 7$ as at the other page. Im a little confused now, i just want a good servo thats not so cheap, pololu (as i said) offers servos for a good price but you said the other was better, maybe, but i need a good price not 99$