Motor Assemblies

Harness That Power!

Motors in their elemental form are not always easy to work with. How do you turn 5,000 RPM of raw power into smooth controlled motion? Designing and building your own gear-reduction and/or control system is a lot of work.

Motor assemblies help to harness the raw power of motors and package them into a form that can be easily integrated into your project. The Quick Selection Guide describes the basic features of some of the more commonly use motor assemblies. The following pages provide more detail on each type.

Motor Assembly Quick Selection Guide

Brushed and Brushles Gearmotors Stepper Gearmotors RC Servos Continuous Rotation Servos

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Continuous Rotation

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Speed Control

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Speed Control
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Position Control

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Position Control
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This guide was first published on May 21, 2014. It was last updated on May 21, 2014. This page (Motor Assemblies) was last updated on May 04, 2015.