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Hi, i am quite new to electronics, and so it is a lot of fun to me to see (and hear) my first motors running. It is like i had missed sth in my childhood and now i spent hours sitting on the beach just listening to them.
now as my next step i try to do sth with them. there are quite a lot of ressources in the net about electronics and microcontrollers, but i googled for hours and didn't find any introductions for what to do with them, certainly because i have the wrong keywords...
so if anyone could suggest some links or books, i would be very thankful (which kind of gears, how to connect, how to build a stable rotary plate....., sth. like in the end of chapter 10 in the "Physical computing" book, but more elaborated)

tobias
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check out
http://www.sdp-si.com/
The tech library link on the left has more info that most need or want.
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great link! exactly what i have been looking for. Thanks a lot!
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SDP/SI is a great link. You could also check out...

http://www.cabaret.co.uk/ and
http://www.flying-pig.co.uk/

They are a little goofy but Flying Pig has a bunch of the descriptions that ended up in Phys Comp.

Cheers,

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