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I've never worked with the more expensive servos, so I really couldn't tell you. If I had to guess, I would say no. Just look at this picture

From what I can tell, they use metal servos, but they still have a extra axis to support the robot.

Sadly, I ran into a wall yesterday. I've pretty much finished the programming, and I researched how to change the speed at which my microcontroller runs. I found out, and tired it for my self. Unfortunately, when I changed the value, it set my chip so I can't use it any more. Now I have to spend ~100USD to buy a programmer to set it where I can use it again, as well as set it at the speed I want :/. In other words, I have to wait about 2 weeks before I can start working on it again  :'( .

Anyway, I attached the code. It has a lot of documentation, but I've found it hard to read assembly if you didn't write it your self. Especially since it has 2260 lines of code (not including spaces and documentation).

Haha yea Ive done that before too, really annoying . . .

You could just buy a new microcontroller. Should only cost a few bucks plus shipping - much cheaper than a $100 programmer.

I would, but the microcontrolller must be running at 4 MHz on up. Either way, I'm going to have to buy a programmer, so I can change the fuses.


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