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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!
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.
The High Speed Gear Box is a high efficiency motor assembly thats perfect for high speed applications.
This is truly the Ultimate BrutusBot! It will do robotic front flips through the snow and keep on going!
The Pololu 32x7mm Mini Gearmotor Wheel is ideal for GM11a/12a/13a/14a/18 style gearmotors
This bundle includes parts for the Bicore Headbot Parts Bundle from Junkbots, Bugbots, and Bots on Wheels
Operating plastic model can be built for any of 6 gear ratios.
If you're looking for a base for your next robot, look no further than the Rover 5. This 4 motor monstrosity takes any terrain by storm.... just don't take it out in a storm... please!
This bundle includes parts for the Mini-Sumo Wrestling Edgebot from book "Junkbots, Bugbots, and Bots on Wheels"
The YDM musical robot has been featured all over the place, including Make Magazine 27. Along with the members of Let's Make Robots, we felt that a bundle of the electronic components you'd need to build it was in order.
Want to build the Solar Xylophone in Make Volume 12? This bundle will get you started on Rory Nugent's project.
The Sandwich robot is a line-following Robot. Sintra base (not included)
This quadrature encoder board is designed to hold two infrared reflectance sensors inside the hub of a Pololu 42x19mm wheel and measure the movement of the twelve teeth along the wheel's rim.
This is the tiniest gear motor we've seen that's humanly affordable. What can you do with it? Ummm...
Here's a really cool quadrature encoder and motor driver for the GM17 Gear motor designed by the micro-specialists at Didel.
It's a kit that builds something that ...turns itself off when turned on. Hence, the Useless Box!
This Tamiya gearbox is a good compromise between speed and power. Build for either 41.7:1 or 64.8:1 ratios this motor features quality polyacetal gears.
This motor is about half as small as our NEMA-17 Stepper and as a result only needs about half the power. Compared to the other NEMA-14 stepper we carry, it's a little longer but has the option to mount an encoder to the rear shaft!
This custom-designed plastic wheel has a rubber tire measuring 1.65" (42 mm) in diameter and is designed to fit the output shafts on the Solarbotics GM11a/12a/13a/14a/18 style gearmotors
The GWS S03N servo is a good, solid workhorse if you have a need for inexpensive reliable servos.
The Solarbotics Grove Education Pack is a complete bundle to teach a basic course in electronics and programming.
The Truck Tire Set mounts on Tamiya hexagonal drive shafts.
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.
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