A robotic tower crane made out of Lego Technic, Arduino boards, 3D printed parts, off-the-shelf DC gear motors, and addressable RGB LEDs.
by Tart Robotics
This is a miniature robot arm combined with a weighing system that can be used to move objects while knowing the weight of the object.
by Hardi Kurnianto
A quick tutorial on how the use the L298N Motor Controller with DC motors
by Ryan Chan
Are you looking for a board, that can be used to control strong DC motors as well as highspeed brushless motors? Here you've found it.
by Infineon Team
Hello all, I hope you are doing good and safe. I'm here with another very cool project which you can build using some scrap/ used parts.
by Shubham Shinganapure
Sound sensing, navigation, and obstacle detector.
by Smart Creativity
Give the axis of an inkjet printer a new job.
by Ingo Lohs
In this writeup, I'm going to tell you, how you can make a simple mimicking robotic arm using Arduino and Servo motors,
In this article we discuss about how to Servo motor interface with Arduino Uno
by Akshay Joseph
Build a line follower using an LM324N with a backup Arduino Nano.
by Ajaya Dahal
Arduino UNO, Display, EasyDriver, Stepper Motor, Etc...
This is a project about a SCARA arm which is controlled by a joystick and which sends the position by a Bluetooth module.
by Fil2002 and EnricoTesta2002
It is the next generation of remote control cars where signal attenuation is completely out of the picture.
by VISHAL SIVARAMAN
iRobbie is the revolutionary app that brings smartphone power to your Arduino project.
The FlySky joystick is adopted to control the speed and limitations of the ramp of two stepper motors
Autonomously functioning farmbot integrating IoT, image processing, automation, and Android application.
A desktop-sized miniature robot arm capable of performing work accurately by mouse operation, serving tea, and playing music.
A humanoid arm + hand prototype made of balsa wood
A DC motor starter using 600 V CoolMOS™ C7 Gold superjunction MOSFETs for industrial applications.
by Md. Khairul Alam
A versatile & easy to use vehicle platform for hobby-grade projects: You focus on application logic and the library takes care of the rest.
by Dimitris Platis
The older members among you can still remember DVD-ROM drives well: let's take another look at the inner values of a past technology.
Using an Arduino MKR and L298N H-bridge to drive a NEMA 17 stepper.
Here's an introduction to control a Nema 17 stepper motor with the help of the Adafruit TB6612 OR A4988 Stepstick OR PHPoC PES-2405 R2
In this article, you will learn how to control DC, Stepper, and servo motors by Arduino and L293D.
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