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Servos & Motors

Are you looking for a servo motor, stepper motor or another type of motor? Complete your automation projects with our servo and stepper motors and various accessories. In our webshop we have a wide range of motors suitable for 3D printers, laser engravers and robotics and more.

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  • Kitronik Robotics Components Pack

    Kitronik Robotics Components Starter Pack

    34,66 /28,88 excl. VAT
  • Grove - 4 pin Female Jumper to Grove 4 pin Conversion Cable (5 PCs per Pack)

    4 Pin Grove to Jumper Cables – Pack of 5

    4,91 /4,09 excl. VAT
  • Seeed Studio Grove Servo

    Grove – Servo

    8,88 /7,40 excl. VAT
  • DC motor with jumper wire

    3V DC Motor with wire

    1,44 /1,20 excl. VAT
  • Three blade fan

    Three blade fan

    0,74 /0,62 excl. VAT
  • Pololu wheel 40X7mm

    Pololu wheel 40 x 7 mm 2 pcs

    3,91 /3,26 excl. VAT
  • Solid pololu wheels 42X19mm

    Pololu wheel 42 x 19 mm 2 pcs

    4,91 /4,09 excl. VAT
  • Pololu wheel 60X8mm

    Pololu wheel 60 x 8 mm 2 pcs

    4,91 /4,09 excl. VAT
  • Mecanum wheel 48mm

    Mecanum wheel kit - 48mm 4 pcs

    22,26 /18,55 excl. VAT
  • Mecanum wheel 80mm

    Mecanum wheel kit - 80mm 4 pcs

    29,70 /24,75 excl. VAT
  • NEMA 34 stepper motor

    NEMA 34 Stepper motor

    62,42 /52,02 excl. VAT
  • Nema 14 stepper motor

    NEMA14 Stepper motor 35mm – 0,75A

    14,83 /12,36 excl. VAT

What is a servo?

A servomotor is a name used for a specific type of linear or rotary drive. A servo is actually more of a mechanism than a motor and is able to keep the same speed/acceleration and position continuously. The motors use a rotary encoder and a controller with which it creates a feedback system.

How does a servo motor work?

Do you want to use a servo motor but don't know how? In our project Arduino Introduction: Servo Control we tell you everything from connecting to programming servo motors!

What is a stepper?

A stepper is a brushless, synchronous electric motor, with which you can easily control the angular rotation. This can be done, for example, in steps of 1,8 or 0,9 degrees. The rotating part (rotor) consists of permanent magnets and the stator consists of electromagnets (coils).

How does a stepper motor work?

Do you want to control a stepper motor to later make a machine, a robot or even a 3D printer? In our short project for beginners Arduino Project: Stepper motor speed control we teach you the first steps to control a stepper.

What is the difference between servo motors and stepper motors?

Servo motors are often compared to stepper motors because they can both be programmed to follow certain grades. One of the main differences is the position control loupe. A servo motor uses a closed-loupe position control and the stepper motor (usually) uses an open-loupe position control. As a result, the accuracy of the position with a servo motor is limited. However, the servo motor is often a more cost-effective solution. Due to the lack of coils and magnets, a servo motor would be a cheaper option, but not suitable for all applications.

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