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  1. Because adding servos to a 3D printer isn't done at the hobbiest scale. Odrives are awesome, dont get me wrong, but without a specific project for them it doesnt really apply to the original question
  2. Yeah don't do that IMO. So if a resin printer and a router are off the table, I'd start looking at improving your printing setup. This would be tools to clean prints, print finishing tools (sandpaper, primer, paints, airbrush, etc) and perhaps look at getting a filament drier (make your own from a used food dehydrator). You could also look at making a filament storage/dispensing solution that's airtight to keep moisture out of your filament, kinda like the Repbox
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  7. I would suggest a brushless motors with a O-Drive https://odriverobotics.com/
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  9. Hey, cool little project you have here! So let me get this straight: You want to use the rotary encoder you have there to drive a motor a certain number of steps (Assuming stepper motor) Before you deal with adding the LCD I would advise you to get the system working as you intend, THEN add the LCD side of things. I glanced at your code and it looks like you have a bit of a way to go. I'd suggest taking a look at this guide and snagging some of the code from it to do what you want: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/MotorKnob#:~:text=In this example%2C a potentiometer,either unipolar or bipolar motors.
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  12. Start with a tiny whoop - a Blade Inductrix will probably be the cheapest starting point, they're kinda the go-to for oldschool whoops (brushed motors) as compared to the slightly more expensive brushless whoops these days. But I would advise you just get a whoop that has a camera already installed to start with so you can just DVR record on your goggles. If you're looking for speed and image quality you're going to need to spend more money. If you're willing to do that, I would suggest the HD version of the R349 from DIatone: