Solder Cynel LC99,3 SW26 100g/2,5mm - lead-free
Solder Cynel LC99,3 SW26 100g/2,5mm - lead-free
Silicone case for HuskyLens Kendryte K210 - black - DFRobot FIT0647
Set of THT electrolytic capacitor - 200pcs. - justPi
Solder Cynel LC99,3 SW26 250g/1mm - lead-free
3D printer - Anycubic Photon M3 Max
3D Printer - Creality CR-X Pro
DVK522 - extension to Cubieboard 1/2 - Waveshare 8914
Power supply Allo 19V/ 3,15A - DC plug 6,5/3mm for Volt+
Truck top for Totem RoboCar Chassis
3 x AA Protected battery pack - Kitronik 2288
Case for Raspberry Pi with Flick Hat - white-orange
DFRobot Gravity - 2x16 I2C LCD display - green
Amateur robot builders are very keen on using an arsenal of components and materials originally intended for modelers.No wonder - the requirements of small robots in terms of weight and overall size limitations, as well as the forces and torques achieved, mean that automation enthusiasts can successfully use popular servo systems. For them, we have provided universal servo mounts that will make mounting your own structures much easier.
Micro Pan/Tilt Servo Bracket - SparkFun ROB-10335Metal bracket enables creating platforms, controlled by servos. A kit for self-assembly allows to build, for example, rotating camera stand for face tracking.
Aluminium Servo Mount Feetech FK-MB-001 - blackAluminum servo mount in size 58 x 37 x 25 mm and weighing 15 g.
Micro Pan/Tilt Servo Bracket + Servo - DaguMetal mount enables creating platforms controlled by servos . A kit for self-assembly allows to build, for example a rotating camera stand for face tracking....
Pan/Tilt Servo Bracket Kit + Servos - DaguMetal mount enables creating platforms controlled by servos. A kit for self-assembly allows to build, for example a rotating camera stand for face tracking. The set includes...
Pan / Tilt standard servo mountMetal mount enables creating platforms, controlled by servos. A kit for self-assembly allows you to build, for example, a rotating camera stand for face tracking. The kit...
Aluminum servo mount Feetech FK-LS-001 - blackAluminum plate made by company Feetech in the form of the letter L, length 3.6 cm. Compatible in particular with standard servos.
Standard Servo Mount - Pololu 3435Plastic mount for standard servos, provides a convenient mount for servos on a flat surface. Mount in black.
Feetech FK-US-004 Servo Mount - blackAluminum mount enables creating platforms, controlled by servos . Dimensions: 44,5 x 56 x 25 mm. Weight: 16 gr.
Feetech FK-US-003 Servo Mount - BlackAluminum handle enables creating platforms, controlled by servos. Dimensions: 64.5 x 56 x 25 mm. Weight: 21 g.
The servo mounts available in our offer facilitate the construction of high-quality mechanisms, allowing to control (in two axes) the position of various elements, such as cameras, range finders or other sensors and effectors. This type of design - commonly called pan/tilt - actually forms what is known as a serial kinematic chain. This means that each successive segment - a "chain link" - uses the previous element as its base. In this way, the resultant motion of the last link and its connected component consists of the motions of the drives, located between all the other links. The simplest version of such a mechanism can use only two drives - one servo is responsible for rotation of the whole in the vertical axis (right-left), and the second - for rotation in the horizontal axis (up-down).This is how, for example, Dagu servo mounts work, adapted for use with standard and micro servos.
One of the most interesting and impressive uses of this type of mechanism is a robot that tracks faces with a camera. You can use a Raspberry Pi minicomputer with a camera module and a hat overlay to control the servos and, of course, the appropriate servo mounts. In simpler applications, the camera can simply track a moving object or, for example, only objects of a given color. The pan/tilt system can also be used for building one's own system for remote monitoring of an apartment, room, studio or, for example, for viewing the work of a 3D printer. However, vision applications do not exhaust the list of potential applications of such mechanisms. Another interesting application is the construction of a simple robotic arm, ending in a gripper, also driven by servos (e.g. Pololu Micro Gripper Kit). Such an arm would use aluminum servo mounts as structural elements.
There's nothing stopping you from trying to combine the two pan/tilt mechanisms into a larger chain - just be sure to keep the weight of the whole thing low, as the lowest servos (i.e. those drives that work closest to the base of the robot) are loaded with the total weight of the further arms (and possible effector). For more sophisticated designs, where the only limitation is the imagination of the designer and the torque of the servos used, various types of more or less complex servo mounts, such as FK-LS-001 or FK-MB-001 will be suitable.