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A replacement for the GM14 that has more torque!
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!
Want a small, quick precision metal gear motor?
Small, speedy, and all-metal construction!
The 100:1 Mini Metal Gear Motor is about 25% more motor than our GM12a (in speed, torque, and power consumption), but has an enclosed gearbox!
This long-motored 360:1 Mini Metal Gear Motor is a torquey, compact brute!
With almost twice the torque of the GM14a, the GM22 298:1 Mini Sealed Metal Gear Motor is the most compact torque monster we have!
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.
Driver cogs to interface the GM2/3/8/9 gear motor with the GMT treads
You know and love the GM15, but hate the pulley shaft? Ok, ok - here's a more standard "D" shaft configuration!
Auxiliary mounts for the GM2/3/8/9/17 gear motors. Image shows each side of wheel (not sold in sets of 2)
Two Idlers, Two Cogs, and 40 Tread Links - and a pair of GM2/3/8/9 style gear motors. A treaded vehicle is just waiting for this package!
Idler wheels for the GMT tread links
These well-engineered tread segments are ideal mates for GM2/3/8/9 gear motor projects!
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!
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!
The GM2/GM8 gear motors have convenient holes for mounting, but these precision stamped-steel brackets add to their versatility!
The GM3/GM9 gear motors have convenient holes for mounting, but these precision stamped steel brackets add to their versatility!
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 224:1 gear motor is very comparable to a hobby servo for power, at a fraction of the cost!
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!
The GM7 is a baby version of our popular right-angle drive GM3 gear motor.
The GM6 is a baby version of our popular GM2 gear motor.
Long have we waited for an efficient way to mount micro metal gearmotors to our projects, that day has finally arrived! The 15.5D mm Metal Gearmotor Bracket has come to save the day, who needs Superman...
The GM series of mini gearmotors are very cool, but sometimes faceplate mounting isn't good enough. Welcome the gearmotor brackets by Pololu!
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!
The microbot revolution has arrived! These brackets and 18mm wheels are much needed accessories to make great use of the tiny GM23 Gear Motor.
The microbot revolution has arrived! These brackets and 32mm wheels are much needed accessories to make great use of the tiny GM23 Gear Motor.
Need more power out of your gear motor? This is a high-power motor that fits in the same form factor as used by the GM2/3/8/9 style gear motors.
The Tamiya Twin Motor Gearbox is a compact 2-motor package with integrated gearboxes. If you have an application for 2 motors in a tidy package, this is the what you require!
This surplus wheel set comes with one motor, two sets of wheels (two standard, two wide plastic studded tires and plastic hubs) and four guide rollers.
Need a motor driver that can run at the lower voltages? The Didel 2 Motor Minishield can come to your rescue! Use your Arduino Uno (or form factor compatible) board with it to drive a tiny robot around.
Based around the ULN20003, this tidy driver board is specifically designed to drive smaller unipolar stepper motors.
This is the standard motor that is built into the GM2/3/8/9. Nominally runs at 6VDC and consumes roughly 35mA
The VS-19 Pico Linear Servo is a tiny linear actuator with 2cm of travel. The uses for this linear motor are endless, we'll leave it to you to find a killer application for it.
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 metric bolt matches the threads on the face of the GM11a, GM12a, GM13a, and GM14a gear motors, making mechanical installations easier. Sold individually.
2-5/8" diameter wheels for the GM2/3/8/9 gear motor.
Affix our GM6 and GM7 motors to any project with these plastic motor brackets.
This bundle includes parts for the 2-Motor Walker from Book "Junkbots, Bugbots, and Bots on Wheels"
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.
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.
Our Brutusbot kit is capable of destruction and whimsical grace but it ain't going anywhere without a brain! Enter the Brutusbot Electronics Bundle, the totally open-source controller plus motor driver system to get your Brutusbot on it's warpath or to it's next dance recital.
It's a tracked, mobile robot platform featuring an aluminum frame and Tamiya gearbox.
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