Wiring the stalk with electronics

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    Wiring the stalk with electronics

    Evening-

    I have built the ears and looking to kill some time while it warms up outside so I can finish sanding the dome. I know that there are a few people that provide electronics to make the stalk move, but I was hoping to do that myself and learn some new skills, but I have no idea how. I was wondering if anyone has done this and if they would be able to provide me with some instruction. I am looking for a parts list or a how to, anything to get me in the right direction. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    -Jared

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    Re: Wiring the stalk with electronics

    Check out the first sticky in this area of the forum. The RS Zip Zap MIni RC Thread. I followed that one. I used a different RC car seeing they don't make the Zip Zap anymore, but essentially it is all the same. Which Fett are you working on?

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    Re: Wiring the stalk with electronics

    Ah, how did I miss that, thank you for pointing it out! I am building a cardboard Boba Fett helmet based of AntMan's tutorial.

    If anyone has more information, I would greatly appreciate it, I am really hoping to learn how to scratch do this and possibly apply it to other projects.

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