Question: How exactly do I physically connect servos, motors, sensors into a project?
How do I bring a project from breadboard to completion?
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You need to mount the servo on some sort of frame and then couple the servo to the device you want to control.I have found using angled aluminum good for making frames and I use M3 nuts and bolts to fasten them together. Then coupling the part that has to move then use the servo "horn" and wire links. Normally these are steel wire but you can get away with copper if you like. My Mulder project uses three servos, maybe you can get some idea of what needs to be done from here. As well as the video the write up is available on a free download.MulderOnce you have a working project on breadboard then I would use strip board to solder it all up and provide a permanent reliable project.The box or case or mechanical aspects of a project can be just as challenging as the electronics parts.There are kits that allow random construction of the mechanical aspects but they are expensive. Look at robot making stuff and model makers suppliers.
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