I recently replaced a micro
servo with nylon gears rated for 1.2kg/cm - with a mini
servo with metal gears rated for 2.2kg/cm.
Both are standard
servos, not 360deg or continous rotation.
With my previous servo, I could tell it:
with the new servo, it grumbled massively (as if it had hit a mechanical stop). I changed the code to
and all was well.
don't understand why this should be any different between servos!
Does this mean I can use
; to regain the 20deg of travel I've otherwise lost? Does this make sense?
This new servo also "twitches" at idle (the old one didn't). Should I return it or spray it with WD40 (as I've seen recommended here).