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You will need a geared motor, something like thishttp://quality-deal.com/osCommerce/product_info.php?cPath=24&products_id=134
ok.how would this motors work?http://scientificsonline.com/product.asp?pn=3041860&bhcd2=1239621754what do you mean by how?
how hard would that be to solder, Canabots?
and to remember to solder inside, then make your way out (I forgot that while starting the L298 ) since it's easier and you won't run out of space.
Quote from: Canabots on April 14, 2009, 07:02:10 PMand to remember to solder inside, then make your way out (I forgot that while starting the L298 ) since it's easier and you won't run out of space.isnt it easier to go from bottom to top putting the soldering iron on top of the leg and applying solder to the bottom of the leg?
Well, I say you follow the instruction booklet about soldering the parts to the board that comes with the kit I actually find it easier to apply the iron where the pin meets the pad so both get heated evenly. Then I apply the solder on the opposite side of the pin. I find that it ensures a nice stong solder joint. I also find it faster