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it's a little complicated because im not exactly lifting the object, im pushing a box up from the box's bottom so the box can tip over back to its original orientation. so i'm not really lifting the box off the ground or anything. what am i doing wrong?
yea generally servos do only go clockwise but they can be modified to go anti-clockwise, i dont know how but some companies sell modified servos. as for the power cant you get speed control for them or is that only for dc motors. idk. to your other question you could just get a plate that goes up and down. and get a capasatator to steady the current. well good luck.
btw im still confused about the servos. do servos only turn clockwise?
well that just sucks!~smash
yeah i was planning on that too its just idk the size.are there any instructions on how to modify a servo to 180 degree rotation?
my other question, and idk if any of you know, what size screw do i use to attach stuff to the servo horn/wheel that the servo comes with? the tutorial on this site just shows pretty pictures and not actual information about how to mount it (like screw size).
1 Pair 4" Precision Disk Wheels - $6 @ ServoCity (powered rear wheels)1 Pair 2" Precision Disk Wheels - $4 @ ServoCity (two in front for stability)
total ~$334 (I know a bit expensive)
btw do you guys really know if servocity has bad customer service? it said so on the parts list on this site.
Quoteps - Smash, try and stay focused and on topic. Don't reply to a post unless you have something important to add. "lol, so cool!" doesn't count And something like "hmm...yeah that is tricky..sorry cant help you..." when the question didn't specify it was for you. It's like "G thanks that was really helpful !!!!!(sorry, just had to let that one out)bane
ps - Smash, try and stay focused and on topic. Don't reply to a post unless you have something important to add. "lol, so cool!" doesn't count