Laser Clicker

Using some laser cut parts, along with a handful of machine screws and nuts, wire, conductive tape, and packaged inside a take out food tub, you can make a three axis motor controller.

This controller was created as a super inexpensive, easy to assemble way to operate the SeaPerch underwater ROV. This controller allows you to make your own DPDT switches. You can also make the switch part using a different technique, and more standard materials.

There are photos of this project.

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Making things is the best way to learn about our world.
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  1. Pingback: MAKE | Takeout Container ROV Controller

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