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This 224:1 gear motor is very comparable to a hobby servo for power, at a fraction of the cost!
This wheel keys into most standard servo output shafts for easy wheel mounting.
This Nema 17 Stepper motor offers substantial holding torque at a low 2.8VDC. It's the same model as used in the Openbeam Kossel 3D printer.
This motor is a larger NEMA-17 motor that produces a whopping 4800g-cm of holding torque.
Don't you hate it when you lose the set screw? Here are replacements!
This belt may not hold your pants up, but it works great with pulleys and pinions!
Sold by the meter up to 10M in length! If you want a 5M length, order 5.
16 Tooth 5mm Bore Pinion Pulleys for stepper motors, GT2
For Bearings Sake! Let it slide!
Friction Be Gone! These bearings will let you slide!
For Flanges Sake! Let it slide!
20 Tooth 5mm Bore Pinion Pulleys for stepper motors, GT2.
36 Tooth 5mm Bore Pinion Pulleys for stepper motors, GT2
20 Tooth 8mm Bore Pinion Pulley.
The Big Easy Driver is a simple solution using an Allegro A4988 IC for driving a single bipolar stepper motor at up to 2A/phase to maximum 30V.
Idler Pulley Tensioner Wheel Bore 4mm with Bearing for GT2 - no teeth, matches 16 teeth pulley diameter
Idler bearing (no teeth), matches 20 tooth pulley diameter.
Got a stepper driver running a bit too hot? Vreg going into thermal shutdown? Here's a heatsink, for small applications.
The Secret L293D motor driver kit replaces the guts of a standard servo and turns it into tidy gear motor with a built in motor driver!
This metric bolt matches the threads on the face of the GM11a, GM12a, GM13a, and GM14a gear motors, making mechanical installations easier. Sold individually.
The VPM2 is a replacement for the now unavailable venerable VPM. At 12mm dia x 3.4mm thick, it's smaller than the original, and has presoldered leads!
Originally designed for control of HVAC vanes and similar low-demand equipment, these stepper-motor gearboxes have lots of hacking potential. This is the lower torque / higher speed 16:1.
Originally designed for control of HVAC vanes and similar low-demand equipment, these stepper-motor gearboxes have lots of hacking potential. This is the higher-torque / lower speed 64:1 version.
Affix our GM6 and GM7 motors to any project with these plastic motor brackets.
A right angle bracket used to mount a NEMA 17 stepper motor.
It's an upgraded version of the standard A4988 stepper driver module from Pololu.
This tiny breakout board for TI's DRV8835 dual motor driver can deliver 1.2 A per channel continuously (1.5 A peak) to a pair of DC motors, and it supports two possible control interfaces for added flexibility of use: IN/IN and PHASE/ENABLE.
For owners of Sumovores purchased prior to May 2005, this kit solidifies your Sumovore with a powder-coated steel baseplate!
The L298 motor driver IC is a very popular but hard to use chip. Our Compact Motor Driver Kit tames this beast, and adds useful functionality!
Looking for a way to attach legs to a servo? Here you go - these Leg Mounting Pads are ideal for that purpose.
Much like the lighter duty LMP1, these are a way to attach a solderable mount point to a servo arm or GMW wheel. Now Gold plated!
1/4" Fuse clip motor mount, great for holding the standard Pager motor
These rubber booties fit perfectly over the gumby leg wire to combine good grip with great aesthetics.
Called "Gumby Legs" because this 3 foot length of 10-gauge solid copper wire is strong, yet reformable into different shapes.
We had Grand-Wing Servo supply us with an inventory of their modified GWS05 servo! It's a servo without pcb - all brawn, no brains!
This output gear changes the GM4 from continuous rotation to limited rotation.
The GM6 is a baby version of our popular GM2 gear motor.
The GM7 is a baby version of our popular right-angle drive GM3 gear motor.
This 143:1 gear motor is much like the GM2 gear motor but runs at nearly twice the speed. Great for robots needing speed over torque!
This 143:1 gear motor is much like the GM3 gear motor but runs at nearly twice the speed. Great for robots needing speed over torque!
A High-Efficiency (HE) 3V DC motor coupled to a 228:1 gearbox give you a very useful low-power gearmotor!
Need a gear motor and wheel? Get this convenient package, and save! Complete with a GM2/3/8/9/17 gear motor, a wheel with a molded-on tire, and mounting screw.
Here by popular demand, and brought to you only from Solarbotics! The pager gear motor is geared 81:1 spins at 233 RPM and draws 13mA (118mA stall) at 3V giving 2.3in*oz.
Small, speedy, and all-metal construction!
Just slightly faster than the original Sanyo GM12, and a wee bit less torque - a suitable replacement!
A bit slower than the GM13, but less current consumption. Less expensive, too!
A replacement for the GM14 that has more torque!
Want a small, quick precision metal gear motor?
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