How to Get a Servo Go and Go and Go.




Introduction: How to Get a Servo Go and Go and Go.

First get a servo.

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Step 1: Remove the Screws and Disassemble The

As easy as it sounds

Step 2: Remove This Little Plastic Piece.

Remove this little plastic piece on the first gear wheel

Step 3: Reassemble the Servo

Step 4: And We Are Now Ready to Go!!!

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    9 years ago on Introduction

    Your images for step 2 illustrate perfectly why you should have a blank background for taking photos.  Your camera sees all the detail in the resistors, batteries, tools etc. and assumes that that is the subject of the photo, focusing out your mostly-all-one-colour fingers and the gear.  

    If your fingers and the gear are the only contrast in the photo, the camera will naturally focus on them.  Try taking those photos in front of a blank white wall, or even a piece of paper and see what difference it makes.  If the photo is still blurry, you are too close to the camera- move away and zoom in.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    If your camera has a "Macro" setting, that helps too. The symbol on my Canon is a little tulip.