I have never used python before so a learning curve is so steep it is blocking out the light.
I don't know what you used to make the STL's
would it be possible to alter the hole on one of the cogs to take the servo? Like the bottom plate.Perhaps moving the cog teeth round a bit so you have a male and a female might help as well. Just a thought
I have now tried lots of things with the python.I can get the hello world box by removing all references to the pySerial but still can't get it to run with it in.
OK, let me know:- Operating System- 16/32 bit- Python version installed (link)- Python root folder (C:\ ??)- Did you add Python to $PATH ??- pySerial version installed (link)- pySerial installation procedure you used (pip install ??)- where is serialutil.py actual folder location in your setup?- are you using "iddle" IDE environment?
I don't get the point, please elaborate, a quick sketch might help
the embedded horns are designed for Futaba 25 teeth spline geometry (Futaba/TowerPro/Orion/Savox/ProTekAce/Bluebird...)
Sorry Kas I have just noticed there is a gear(cog) with a horn plate on it
I have the python in c:\.....python\python36-32
seems to be a 32bit install I just installed "Windows x86-64 executable installer" for testing and get a "c:\.....python\python36" folderplease confirm your windows 7 is 64bit and you downloaded "Windows x86-64 executable installer"
- where is your site-packages folder located ?
- where is your serialwin32.py file located ?
- where is your pip.exe file located ?
Open a cmd prompt and type "pip freeze" without quotes and let me know the outcome