Having just built a servo set up just like this, from the video, it looks to me that since the helmet was balancing on a stand, a quick movement up-wards would have made the helmet fall over. The servo runs smoothly assuming you hold the button down. You may get shotty movement if the signal is week or the battery for your controller is dyingI noticed in the video that the stalk has trouble going back up into the upright position with sharp erratic movements as it struggles. Is there a way to make the movement smoother?
Hi great tutorial
I am based in the uk we dont have those exact models
do you know if this will work :
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You can't use just any motor since it only spins one way, as compared to a servo which can spin either way.I did this and it works great! One question can I just use a motor? If I cut the stuff from the servo whats left? Looks like just a motor. The controls are on everything else.