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    OK. I'd like to put together a few basic circuits and assemble some simple servo/motor controls. Is there a practical book that anyone recommends? I think I've had my share of theory (about to grad with a mechanical engr degree), I just need a good "how to" or maybe even some sample circuits.

    No Carputer YET.
    A car I'm designing...

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    It's in a book, just take a look...

    It's reading rainbow


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      theres a thread about servos somewhere on here, its recent, within the last few days, and theres book mentioned in the thread thats supposedly quite good.
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        Need I say more?
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          Robot Builder's Bonanza by Gordon McComb