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Motors, time and boredom Answered

I have been collecting motors for a while now, and have no idea what to do with them. They range from 5-12VDC, brushed, brushless, stepper, etc. Any potential ideas for projects would be appreciated. 
Thanks!

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Electrospark

3 years ago

If you have a stepper motor you might want to try making a Bedini motor. Quite an interesting thing to experiment with. :)

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KISELINElectrospark

Reply 3 years ago

Hi! The concept with a stepper-motor is kind of cleare for me, (newer applyed one to.. but still), I've created "ton's" of app's with a microcontroller. I'm of the "stone-aged programmer", that is: I write my code in "assambler", (for you now adays nordes, Assambler is the low lewel language fo the processor, there's ONLY one lewel lower and that is the direct machine code in HEX), anyway, anyone having a simple assambler code for a stepper-motor drive?? Please (this is NOT a advertaice) look at www.teksel.net (For the Instrutables editors/publ. please check me not to be a add.) I cencierly want to share my knowledge within the amazing world of using microcontrollers. You guy's at inst. please contact me and you'll get a ton of nice things from me, (including complete electrical schemas + layout's for PCB) +my in assambler written codes, I'm not afraid of sharing this information with all, actually it's the other way around,

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KISELIN

3 years ago

I've been searching specially DC-motors with a gearbox say, 1:20 1:100. There are just a few of a kind on the market for sale??? but the price is not good enough for me

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Srijal97

3 years ago

https://www.instructables.com/answers/what-could-you-do-with-an-electric-motor/

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nazmo76

3 years ago

if powerful enough, a saw or a drill (you can find cheap chucks on ebay, like 90cts each)

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mpilchfamily

3 years ago

Robots, CNC, 3D printer, portable fans, crane, ect.

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Kiteman

3 years ago

Look at Randofo's "simple robots".