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The name is a bit of a misnomer as you might need a little more than an Arduino to make your robot project come alive but this bundle is perfect for starting your newest Robot recipe from scratch!
This 1:192 Tiny Geared Pager Motor has an offset shaft much like the GM2, but is roughly half the size in every dimension. We suspect that these were the motors used for the Magic school bus in it's miniature state.
Call it a teeny, tiny little brother to the GM3 gearbox. With a suitably smaller appetite for power!
The VS-9 Pico Servo is a strong little servo motor for it's size, it's like that little kid that the neighbourhood bully used to pick on that ended up giving the bully a black eye!
Here's our new robot tank chassis that we've developed. We call it the Brutusbot, and no, it's not named after the evil villain from Popeye!
This is truly the Ultimate BrutusBot! It will do robotic front flips through the snow and keep on going! Trust us on this one, we have the YouTube video to prove it. On top of that - save ~$10 (7.5%) over buying the parts individually.
This "030" form factor motor replaces the old Mabuchi FF-030 we used to stock, and is still a good candidate for torquey Solarengine and small battery-powered robots.
Have your Grove experiment display more information in more ways than just 2 lines of 16 characters of text. Have it change the background lighting of the LCD for additional feedback.
The Solarbotics Sumovore Kit is a strong, modular design with over 500 man-hours of development and 21 prototypes behind it. It has more power, speed, and is less expensive than the Junun Mark III, Parallax Mini-Sumo, and Tab SumoBot.
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!
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