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DPRG: Re: Sub Micro Servos

Subject: DPRG: Re: Sub Micro Servos
From: Jim Brown brownjim at airmail.net
Date: Thu Aug 12 07:43:22 CDT 1999

That actually sounds smaller than the one I got.  Anyway, you can
find them at http://www.towerhobbies.com .  

>Okay, I will do that.  I think I mis-understood what I saw vs what I read on
>your web-page. From looking at the picture ant not reading completely, I
thought
>the you took a typical servo and hack it down to the size of the tiny one and
>made a new case.
>
>I hope you don't mind one more email.  Where can I get that very very tiny
Sub
>Micro Servo the you display on your web page?  It is the very first one
that is
>displayed on the page.  I have called all of the hobby shops and surfed many
>robotic web pages but the smallest one any one can order or get for me is
a S60
>which is .9 x .37 x .61.
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>To:   Solomon Vance/USINY/ABB at ABB_USINY
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>>What are the dimensions of the servo box after the procedure? Are the tiny
>>servos you modified for sale?  If so, how much would it cost me to have
>two of
>>them done?
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>Sorry I forgot to respond to your first message.
>
>The dimensions are the same after the procedure - everything is done
>inside the box.  They are not for sale.  Basically, the micro servos
>run about $20-$30 each before they are hacked.  They are expensive
>little guys.  Sorry, but I've gotten busy lately and wouldn't have
>time to do them.  However, you may want to ask some of the guys in
>the Dallas Personal Robotics Group if they wouldn't mind doing it
>for you.  You can find out how to get on the email list at:
>http://www.dprg.org/listserv.html
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