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January 2019

Servo Magazine


Features

A Quick Experimenter’s Guide to Servomotors

Servomotors are indispensable in robotics.


Hands-Free Robot Control

Control a robot with simple hand gestures.


Using a Servo with the TS-7180 SBC

Add a servo control trick or two to your embedded systems repertoire.


Fun with Subroutines

In computer programming, a subroutine is a sequence of program instructions that performs a specific task, packaged as a unit. This unit can then be used in programs wherever that particular task should be performed.


3D Printing for Robotic Projects

With the trend for lower 3D printer prices, it makes sense for robot hobbyists to consider ways of using 3D printing in their builds.



Columns

Twin Tweaks
by Bryce Woolley, Evan Woolley
Reach Out and Build Robots
Review of the goBUILDA experimenter’s kit.

Then and Now
by Tom Carroll
Large Robots Over the Years
An evolution of the larger robots used in the military and in space exploration.




Combat Zone

BUILD REPORT: Grater Good

in The Combat Zone

Starting simple with a first robot build for competing.


Maximizing Strength for Printing Combat Robots with a 3D Printer

Selecting the right materials for 3D printed fighting robot parts makes all the difference.


EVENT REPORT: PCT SWORD Fall Fights 2018

in The Combat Zone

Results of the PCT Student Wildcats of Robot Design (SWORD) event.


Departments

New Products (01.2019)
■ HARDWARE ■ SOFTWARE ■ GADGETS ■ TOOLS

bots IN BRIEF (01.2019)
Interesting TidBits From The Robot World.

Mass Customization: Why Aren’t We There Yet?
by Bryan Bergeron
Discussion of the roadblocks preventing mass customization.

BioFeedback (01.2019)
Comments from readers.