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Need 3D Model Of Micro Servo With Metal Gears

I need 3D model of micro servo with metal gears like the ones that came with the humanoid robot. I want to 3D-print dummy micro servos. I don't have the real micro servos. Also, I have problems 3D-printing some robot parts that require supports. Removing the supports leave rough surfaces on robot parts. I don't have the correct filament for supports. I have to go online and order micro servos, RGB LED Block, battery, charger, and filaments. I already ordered EZ-Brain Controller and Camera combo. Any suggestions?

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#1  
All 3D printable item design files are in the 3D printing menu item right above these posts. Select the components that you want to print and the design files are included.
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#3  
Oh jeff, you're right - the download for those files are in ARC only (not the wesbsite). Thanks for correcting my reply.

To get the STL files, download ARC from the top menu. You can access the EZ-Bit parts through either the EZ-Robot Designer or Build Instructions of any Revolution robot project.
#4  
@jefmorris : No problems here to print all parts. I use simplify 3D, you don't have any issues with the manual or automatic supports. They come off very easy and clean.You don't need an other filament for the support,use the same as the print.
#5  
I found out that Autodesk MeshMixer can create customized supports.
#7  
Wow, If simplify 3D does what is says then the $150 USD price tag seems well worth it. Looks like 3D printing is getting closer to the user friendly level where I'd jump into it. :)
#8  
It does that and much more. I m very pleased with it. In the past used a lot of free software did' get the best results and changed over.
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After building the robot and getting the EZ-Brain V4 in the mail yesterday, I had a few problems getting the robot to work properly. After finding out that 6 AA batteries couldn't support enough current to servos, I connected a 9.6V battery pack made for R/C cars to EZ-Brain. For the next version of the software for EZ-Brain, I have a suggestion: In the servo control, there should be two buttons that I can press the mouse button on to move the servos in either direction instead of trying to drag the mouse and the textbox should allow me to type values instead of using the drop-down list.
#10  
@jeffmorris You can write simple scripts to do that...

Code:


servoUp(D0,5) # will move the servo 5degs one direction

and another script for the opposite way

Code:


servoDown(D0,5) # will move the servo 5degs in the other direction


Every time you click to run these scripts the servo will move in the appropriate direction about 5 degs... of course to can change the 5 to 10 or 1 or any other number you wish the servo to increment...
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#11  
@jeffmorris I would definitely suggest using a 7.4V Lipo battery as a power source. 9.6V is too much voltage for servos.
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For the next version of the software for EZ-Brain, I have a suggestion: In the servo control, there should be two buttons that I can press the mouse button on to move the servos in either direction instead of trying to drag the mouse and the textbox should allow me to type values instead of using the drop-down list.


I'll second that vote. I have a particularly hard time accurately dragging to the position I want on my laptop with a touchpad and touchscreen vs a mouse. One tip though, if you long right click in the servo position box, it will open a more traditional dropdown and you can then use the arrow keys or mouse to direct select your choice. Doesn't allow typing, but is better than the default click and drag if you have trouble with that.

Alan