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    Thanks for the help everyone. I think I am probably going to get started with the SSC32.

    Is there any reason this wouldn't work with HSR-8498HB servos? My school has some of those I can play with if I run out of my own servos.

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    Re: Reccomendations for a CS student

    Other than their being wimpy, no issues at all.
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    Re: Reccomendations for a CS student

    Quote Originally Posted by Adrenalynn View Post
    Welcome to the forum!

    An SSC32 or the new 84 channel servo controller would allow you to trivially control your current servos from your PC over either RS232 serial or USB serial. I even banged-out a quickie tutorial re: using the SSC32 with C# - effectively the same thing will work with MS C++...
    Do you have a link for your tutorial?

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