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Old 03-18-2012, 01:30 AM
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Default Good source for inexpensive servos?

I'm assisting a high school student with a robotics project. I'll be meeting him for the first time later this week. He is trying to build a robotic arm and he's trying to keep the project under $200. One of the challenges he is running into is finding a source for inexpensive servos. Does anyone have suggestions on where to find lighter duty servo motors that might be useful in this application?
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