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Love the ROV. I used to build and operate full size sea-bots. Yours looks well engineered. Any time you want to expand your Rov ideas give me a 'Bell / message' ( Wave..! Splash..!)
i am planning to make proximity sensors can any body help me assemble the same pl
Hi ! My name is Alain, I'm 67 years old and living in Paris.
My hobbies are mainly Photografy and Video and my "target" is to built an automatic slider for panoramics. I rode you instructable which is very interesting but as my english and approch for electronic are very poor I'm lost.
I found 3 motors stepper in an old printer : 1 with 2 wires and the 2 others with 5.
What are the cards I need to make 1 or 2 of them turning. My goal is make the camera support go on and back, stop, etc ... I found so many different instructions or not totaly clear for me that I don't know which to adapte.
I would really appreciate your help in this matter.
Thanks you in advance and best regards.
my personnal email : email@example.com
It's hard to say without seeing them, but it sounds like you've got one regular DC motor and two stepper motors. For motor control I use Pololu.com. They sell stepper motor and regular motor drivers (the right cards) that are very well documented!
im seeing this now-- why cant you sell em? as an art peice? i dont think theres any copyright issue with an obvious novelty
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sorry i ment to say cool
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