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How to hack a TowerPro MG995 servo for continuous rotation - 08/20/2012
In this video I show how to modify a TowerPro MG995 for continuous rotation.  This is useful for those of you who would like to use servos for drive wheels on a robot, for example.  The MG995 are good for this purpose because they have a lot of torque and are cheap. I have also posted this how-to at Instructables.com here .

How to hack a TowerPro MG995 servo for continuous rotation




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In this video I show how to modify a TowerPro MG995 for continuous rotation.  This is useful for those of you who would like to use servos for drive wheels on a robot, for example.  The MG995 are good for this purpose because they have a lot of torque and are cheap. I have also posted this how-to at Instructables.com here.

How to hack a TowerPro MG995 servo for continuous rotation



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