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I think what he wants is to have sequences programed into a microcoltroller. and when he pressed a button the sequence does its thing.
hmmmm, I think I know what you want to do, stepper or servo motors are going to be needed, along with a MCU to control them.
Hi Eco19R, Just wondering about the stepper / servo motors - Most servo's I've seen have an arm that starts at the 12 o'clock position and depending on the PWM, it can be moved 90 degree either to the 9 or 3 o'clock position to make up the 180 degree of rotation available to the servo... Will I be able to to modify this some how to start at 3 o'clock position and rotate the full 180 degrees to 9 o'clock. I ask this as I want to be able to hold a position with out having to constantly feed power to the servo (if possible)