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✔Rated voltage: DC12V; No-load speed: 36RPM; Rated torque: 1.375kg.cm; Stall Torque:10.5kg.cm;Rated Current: 0.27A;✔Reduction ratio: 1/255; Protection class: IP54; Low noise: db<45 (A); Certification: CE; Material: Metal; Commutation: Brush;✔Gear Motor Body Dimensions: 3 x 1.25 x 1.06inches(L*W*H); Out Shaft Dimensions: 0.53*0.23inches(L*D) with 0.047*0.43inches flat cut off;✔Usage: windows and doors, household electrical appliances, Car, Boat and Robot model, DIY engine, home automation, mini winch and other occasions;✔Package: 1PCS x DC Geared Motor; if you need other voltage and rpm, pls contact us, there are many other models of this motor in store.

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u/Alasakan_Bullworm · 1 pointr/TexasTech

Ok I think i see what you're shooting for.
It would probably be easiest to have the animation cells connected in one continuous loop so you wouldn't need to worry about programming the motors to stop at a certain point, but it's possible.
The lego NXT would be great if you already have those available for you to use, but if all you need it to do is turn one direction, at one speed with an on/off switch, it is kinda overkill.
The simplest way I can think of doing it is just wiring up a simple DC motor similar to this: Electric 12vdc Reversible 36 Rpm Dc Gear Motor for DIY Parts https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DN6VQSM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_6D14BbMDWVWWA
And for the other side just use a roller.
You could enclose it all in a box and power it with regular 9 volt batteries ( the motor is rated for 12v so it will run at ~3/4 the rpm you choose).
Then just wire in any switch that you like and you should be golden.
This is also just my back of the napkin design so I could be overlooking something, but I think it will work for you.
How big is your reel of slides?