SERVO February 2017

SERVO February 2017
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Animatronics for the Do-It-Yourselfer — Servos: The Basics and Beyond

by Steve Koci

Becoming comfortable using servos and taking advantage of all the added features available will expand your capabilities as a builder.

Serving Raspberry Pi — Part 9

by William Henning

Berry's head keeps falling off. Time for a better mount!

Building the KReduCNC Spindle Hookup

by Michael Simpson

It’s been a while since we started this CNC machine build project, so let’s go over spindle hookup and get ready to make something.

Get Social with FaceBox: the Friendly HeadBot

by Dave Prochnow

If you weren’t lucky enough to score one of SparkFun Electronics’ limited edition Cyber Monday Redbox Robots, then you’re in luck! We’ve come up with our own version that is a tracking, flashing, and speaking robot.


Ask Mr. Roboto
by Eric Ostendorff
Your Robot Problems Solved Here (02.2017)
Topics discussed this time include servo options, dealing with a sonar range finder’s erratic responses, an explanation for jittery servos, and to LEGO or not to LEGO.

The Multi-Rotor Hobbyist
by John Leeman
The Multi-Rotor Hobbyist — Fat Shark Teleporter V5 Review
As multi-rotor pilots, we can now have a first person view (FPV) experience with inexpensive/all-in-on equipment that literally puts us in the pilot’s seat and immerses us in the experience of flying.

Twin Tweaks
by Bryce Woolley, Evan Woolley
Junkyard Warrior
Building cool stuff out of junk you have laying around has a proud and colorful history.

Then and Now
by Tom Carroll
Building a Robot? Just Go for It!
Don’t overthink things so much when building your first robot. Keep it simple and fun, and just do it!

by Jeff Eckert, Jenn Eckert
Stimulating Robot Tidbits (02.2017)
Stimulating tidbits on the latest happenings in robotics for consumers, universities, professionals, and everything else in between.


Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles: The Next Big Thing in Robotics?
by Bryan Bergeron
UROVs — the little brothers to the massive commercial underwater vehicles used to inspect hulls, ship wrecks, and pipe lines — are where quadcopters were five years ago.

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