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Mechanisms and Mechanical
by Neil Sclater,
Over 2,000 drawings
make this sourcebook a
gold mine of information
for learning and
innovating in mechanical
design. Overviews of
prototyping, MEMS, and nanotechnology
will get you up to speed on these cutting-edge technologies. Easy-to-read tutorial
chapters on the basics of mechanisms and
motion control will introduce those subjects
to you. Reg $89.95 Sale Price $69.95
by Ulrik Pilegaard / Mike Dooley
introduces you to
the type of freestyle building that
builders do for
fun in the back
LEGO bricks in
common household materials (from rubber bands and
glue to plastic spoons and ping-pong
balls) along with some very unorthodox
building techniques, you’ll learn to create
working models that LEGO would never
endorse. Reg $24.95 Sale Price $19.95
The SERVO Buddy Kit
An inexpensive circuit you can build to
control a servo without a microcontroller.
For more information,
please check out the
May 2008 issue
or go to the
Includes an article reprint.
Subscriber’s Price $39.55
Non-Subscriber’s Price $43.95
16-Bit Micro Experimenter Board
No Now available! w available! The Ne he New 16-Bit w 16-Bit Exper Experim imenter enter Handbook CD-R Handbook CD-ROM! OM!
Ready to move on from eight-bit to 16-bit
microcontrollers? Well, you’re in luck!
In the December 2009 Nuts & Volts
issue, you’re introduced to the
16-Bit Micro Experimenter.
The kit comes with a CD-ROM that
contains details on assembly, operation,
as well as an assortment of ready-made
applications. New applications will be
added in upcoming months.
Subscriber’s Price $55.95
Non-Subscriber’s Price $59.95
PS2 Servomotor Controller Kit
This kit accompanied with your own
PlayStation controller will allow you to
control up to six servomotors.
Includes all components and
For more information, please
see the February 2011
edition of SERVO Magazine.
Assembled units available!
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