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Topic: How can I attach a crank like this to a motor like this? (Read 1 time) previous topic - next topic


Runaway Pancake

Looks like a lot of improvisation (wood, tape, hot-melt glue...)

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Consider the daffodil. And while you're doing that, I'll be over here, looking through your stuff.   8)


They are 1.3V, are you using a 5V Arduino ? Why would you use 1.3V motors ?
They are 18000 rpm, why would you want to wiggle the tail with 18000 rpm ? Is it a very fast fish ?
Can you use a servo ?


Any hobby shops near you that have Model Airplane supplies? They have thins like small shaft collars that are made of brass, and brass plate. You could solder the shaft collar to a piece of brass plate and then (using the set screw in the shaft collar) mount the crank to the motor.

Hey guys - nice of you to offer useful answers and ideas to the question that was asked.... Try to be helpful, not just geniuses...

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