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Surplus parts are also available through the mail. There a limited number of mail order surplus outfits that cater to the hobbyist, but you can usually find everything you need if you look carefully enough and are patient. See Appendix B, Sources, for more information.
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While surplus is a great way to stock up on DC motors, gears, roller chain, sprockets, and other odds and ends, you must shop wisely. Just because the company calls the stuff surplus doesn t mean that it s cheap or even reasonably priced. A popular item in a catalog may sell for top dollar. Always compare the prices of similar items offered by several surplus outlets before buying. Consider all the variables, such as the added cost of insurance, postage and handling, and COD fees. Be sure that the mail order firm has a lenient return policy. You should always be able to return the goods if they are not satisfactory to you.
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Shopping surplus seither mail order or at a store near you can be a tough proposition because it s hard to know what you ll need before you need it. And when you need it, there s only a slight chance that the store will have what you want. Still, certain items are almost always in demand by the robotics experimenter. If the price is right (especially on assortments or sets), stock up on the following:
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with standard tooth pitches of 24, 32, and 48. Try to get an assortment of sizes with similar pitches. Avoid grab bag collections of gears because you ll find no mates. Plastic and nylon gears are fine for most jobs, but you should use larger metal gears for the main drive systems of your robots. Roller chain and sprockets. Robotics applications generally call for 1/4-inch (#25) roller chain, which is smaller and lighter than bicycle chain. When you see this stuff, snatch it up, but make sure you have the master links if the chain isn t permanently riveted together. Sprockets come in various sizes, which are expressed as the number of teeth on the outside of the sprocket. Buy a selection. Plastic and nylon roller chain and sprockets are fine for general use; steel is preferred for main drives. Bushings. You can use bushings as a kind of ball bearing or to reduce the hub size of gears and sprockets so they fit smaller shafts. Common motor shaft sizes are 1/8 inch for small motors and 1/4 inch for larger motors. Gears and sprockets generally have 3/8inch, 1/2-inch, and 5/8-inch hubs. Oil-impregnated Oilite bushings are among the best, but they cost more than regular bushings. Spacers. These are made of aluminum, brass, or stainless steel. The best kind to get have an inside diameter that accepts 10/32 and 1/4-inch shafts. Motors. Particularly useful are the 6-volt and 12-volt DC variety. Most motors turn too fast for robotics applications. Save yourself some hassle by ordering geared motors. Final speeds of 20 to 100 rpm at the output of the gear reduction train are ideal. If gear motors aren t available, be on the lookout for gearboxes that you can attach to your motors. Stepper motors are handy too, but make sure you know what you are buying. s 17 through 20 discuss motors in detail. Rechargeable batteries. The sealed lead-acid and gel-cell varieties are common in surplus outlets. Test the battery immediately to make sure it takes a charge and delivers its full capacity (test it under a load, like a heavy-duty motor). These batteries come in 6-volt and 12-volt capacities, both of which are ideal for robotics. Surplus nickelcadmium and nickel-metal hydride batteries are available too, in either single 1.2-volt cells or in combination battery packs. Be sure to check these batteries thoroughly.
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