Robotics with PIC16F877 anyone??
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Option #2 is the TAMIYA High Power
>or worm gear boxes. It's frustrating that TAMIYA has no specs on their web
>site but if you check around the net, you can start to piece some of it
My very words. Buy it, measure it, then you know - ha.
>gears the best I could do was a 10:1 ratio which ended up at 320 RPM with
>great torque. At 9V, good torque but still too fast. The assembly did turn
>out fairly nice though. The bottom line, I'm buying a gear box...
Check out those Tamiya single-motor geartrains. Lots more power
than the twin-motor, and all you need is 2 more screws.
-->>> http://www.hvwtech.com/gearsets.htm --> bottom of page
I'd say also, look for something that will run at higher voltage
and draw lower current than the twin-motor.
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