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I was looking for new servos today and came across this link on ebay!
I just ordered a billion of them. For the price, works out to a little over $4 USD per servo (including shipping)
Thought i'd give you cats a heads up
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Hopefully they can be easily modified for 360 degree rotation!
Slow shipping, but for that kind of price who cares!
I'm stoked, I have everthing i need to hack up wall-e now
I have found a pretty good range of servos at Alibaba.com. The products are good quality and they have a huge range. If you browse through the list you can find some pretty cheap prices but some require you to buy lots of 10 or 20. Hope this helps.
Just bought like 10 of them, i already had some and they may be small but they sure are pretty strong!
Im not complaining. For $0.99 plus shipping I'm won't bother to send it back. I just got them as spares but keep this in mind if your looking for main parts in your build. You may get what you pay for! *eek* *eek*
**Refering to the original servos mentioned in the thread. I also have 3 of the micro servos above and no problems at all.
How do the Futaba S3003 (from DJs first post above) compare to the GWS Standard servo GWS S03N?
First post! yeah!
The Futaba S3003 are horrible ... They draw too much current and brown out the board too. I ordered a pile of them and I'm not happy with them at all
What about these SG-5010 servos? http://www.ebay.com/itm/140564792307?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649
Will they be ok for the WALL-E?
It would be nice if you could put a list of recommended/compatible servos on the EZ-Robot website so we don't brown out the boards.