Robotic Arm with big servos, at least 2 of them. It will have voice recognition and also can be controlled with a nunchuck. In 1 week I will continue to work on it. At the end, all the components.
If you are going to have two servos working together in parallel then I suggest you disconnect the pot in one servo and slave the second servo to the first one. This way both servos will work as one without fighting eachother.
I'm planning to make a robot arm with two servos in parallel at the base. I'm interested by what you say about one of the servos slaved to the other.
Can you pelase explain the things to do and/or the wiring ?
Thanks in advance & kind regards,
That's an interesting idea. If you disconnect the potentiometer on one servo, how do you 'slave' it to the other?
Do you connect the potentiometer from the 'master' servo to the 'slave' servo and then run them both from the same signal line? If you merely disconnect the slave's potentiometer, won't it just run crazy without feedback?
Could be worth a tip.
I just received today your comment notification, sorry for being too slack to check the post.The arm uses 1 servo for the base joint, but thanks for the tip because I always thought that good coding was enough. Cheers.