Easy questions concerning electrical engineering!?

So I’ve built some amplifiers (voltage amplifiers). Where do I attach them on my battlebot, with is built out of the base of a RC car? Where can I get some lightweight metal, that’s also strong, other than some construction, or engineering company store? How many volts does a conventional, motor take (the one’s you get in a kid’s electricity kit, I ran 6 V through one, and it worked, but will 12 V work?). does anyone know this one java applet that’s a schematic drawing designer, with a simulation tool? I don’t like 5Spice now.

wow, that’s a pretty complicated “easy” question! I can’t tell you where to connect amplifiers to a circuit without seeing the circuit schematic. You can find aluminum sheet metal at a hardware store, and possibly salvage yards. I can’t say how much voltage a motor is rated for. You can try to connect it to 12 volts, but it may burn out. If it survives you should make sure it doesn’t get too warm after running for a while. You may find a schematic design program after searching google or checking this link…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Electronics/Programs

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  1. wow, that’s a pretty complicated “easy” question! I can’t tell you where to connect amplifiers to a circuit without seeing the circuit schematic. You can find aluminum sheet metal at a hardware store, and possibly salvage yards. I can’t say how much voltage a motor is rated for. You can try to connect it to 12 volts, but it may burn out. If it survives you should make sure it doesn’t get too warm after running for a while. You may find a schematic design program after searching google or checking this link…
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Electronics/Programs
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