Beams are the most frequently-used parts of Makeblock platform which can be used to build all kinds of mechanical structures. Beam 0412 series is usually applied as linking-rod parts and comes with different length varying from 36mm to 236mm for various building needs.
• Works perfectly with Plastic Gear, Timing Pulley, other wheel-related parts, and motor shafts;
• Build various linking-rod structures thru different combinations;
• Can be used with angular sensor to enables angle feedback between 2 linking-rod parts;
• Equipped with slots for easy and flexible connection with Beam 0808 & 0824.
Design & Material
• Compatible with most Makeblock motions and structure components;
• Made from heavy-duty 6061 aluminum extrusion with anodized surface for long-time use;
• With 4mm diameter through-holes on 16mm increments.
This page is for Beam 0412-108 with length of 108mm. For other configuration, please search Beam 0412 in our website.
RJ25 to Dupont Wire is to connect Makeblock electronic modules to other modules with Doupont interface.
With this wire, you can use Makeblock Orion to control a greater range of sensors and electronic modules, hence to create more amazing works. You can also connect Makeblock electronic modules to standard dupont modules.
Makeblock 9g Micro Servo Pack is a servo pack for beginners who like to make stuff move , it contains a 9g servo, a servo hub, a servo bracket and hardwares. The 9g Micro Servo can rotate approximately 180 degrees, it works like standard servos but of course not as strong as a standard servo.
With the servo hub and servo bracket, it may be convenient to connect the servo with other parts. A Me RJ25 Adapter also help you to connect the servo with Me Orion easily.
This module is designed to drive stepper motors. It uses DRV8825 chip and has a maximum driving current of 2.5A. The DRV8825 is a complete micro-stepping motor driver with built-in translator for easy operation. It is designed to operate bipolar stepper motors in full, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8/ 1/16, or 1/32 step modes. We add an on-board potentiometer, so you can change the current of motor easily.
? Compatible with 4 wire bi-polar stepper motors;
? A potentiometer to control the current of the stepper motor;
? A on board heat sink helping heat dissipation;
? Capable of driving one stepper motor (green interface);
? Color-code male and female pins ensure connecting with MegaPi correctly;
? Small size for easy connecting with MegaPi.
? Motor driver: DRV8825
? Output current：1.75A (with proper heatsinking at 24 V and 25°C）
? Max current: 2.5A (pay attention to heat dissipation)
? Drive voltage: 8.2V-45V
? Note: MegaPi max supply voltage 12V
? Logic voltage: 5V
? Dimensions: 1.5cm x 2.0cm
* Green plug 3.96-4P is included in the MegaPi Stepper Motor Driver
Have you ever imagined that you can also DIY your own camera slider? Yes, you saw it right! You just need several beams, a stepper motor, a MegaPi to build the main part, then a synchronous belt, and now your camera slider is done. As you see, the camera is fixed on the camera slider to take photos of the scene in front of it. Wow, it is so cool, isn't it?