The Hack-E-Bot runs on two FEETECH FS90R Micro Continuous Rotation Servos. Well now Pololu has started to carry them. These were chosen because of the low price and stable usage. This also reduces the number of suppliers that are needed to get all the parts and build your own Hack-E-Bot.
MAKERHAUS is a Seattle-based maker space that I am a member of. This Wednesday they will be hosing a Hack and Tell event with a few key groups giving presentations on what they are doing. Hack-E-Bot Robotics is one of those groups. I will be showing off the latest prototypes […]