Abstract: How to use electro-mechanical devices.
Keywords: book review, robotics, electronics, mechanics, sensors, control, motors, stepper motors, solenoids, gears, pulleys, shafts, bearings, ratchets, springs, kinematics, pneumatic, vacuum, hydraulic, wheels, arms, legs, hands, amateurs' manuals, experiments, mechanical movements.
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Title: Mechanical Devices for the Electronics Experimenter
Author: Britt Rorabaugh, C. Britton Rorabaugh
Publisher: TAB Books
Date Published: August 1995
ISBN: 0070535477
LOCN: TK9965.R65 1995
Dewey: 629.8/92/078 20
Pages: 237
Figures: 241
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Chapter 1: Basic Mechanical Principles

Chapter 2: Sensors and Control

Chapter 3: Motors

Chapter 4: Motor Control

Chapter 5: Stepper Motors

Chapter 6: Solenoids

Chapter 7: Gears and Pulleys

Chapter 8: Other Mechanical Stuff

Chapter 9: Pneumatic Systems

Chapter 10: Vacuum Systems

Chapter 11: Hydraulic Systems

Chapter 12: Wheeled Vehicles

Chapter 13: Arms, Legs, and Hands


Author:        Rorabaugh, C. Britton.
Title:         Mechanical devices for the electronics
                  experimenter / Britt Rorabaugh.
Published:     New York : TAB Books, c1995.
Description:   xiii, 237 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
LC Call No.:   TK9965.R65 1995
Dewey No.:     629.8/92/078 20
ISBN:          0070535469 (h)
               0070535477 (p)
Notes:         Includes index.
Subjects:      Electronics -- Amateurs' manuals.
               Electronics -- Experiments.
               Mechanical movements.
Control No.:   94036306 //r95


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