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Thread: How to control a motor
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Roman Black wrote:
>Tom Handley wrote:

>>    Right now I'm considering starting from scratch... I looked
>> at Jameco and they have some powerful low-rpm DC motors with
>> internal gearing for around $15-$20.
......
>
>PS. Faxes also have good modular switchmode supplies, stepper
>control chips, 1x16 or 2x16 LCD hitachi displays, and about 40
>tiny leds for the reader. And lots of matched cogs/shafts etc.
>Well worth stripping if you want to play with robotics.
>

Drat - exactly what I "didn't" want to do was spend 6 months
starting from scratch, just to get the "basics" working.

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