Wow, and Wow!
I love the little Sanyo (and Sanyo-like) gear motors, but it can be a PAIN to connect to their tiny little stumps of output shafts. I know they make some with longer knurled output shafts, but to me that actually makes it harder to precisely attach something like a small gear. These guys have some room for a macroscopic set-screw (or two!). Dare I ask if there might be long-shafted versions with other gear ratios in the works?
And the little cylindrical gearhead motor looks really nice. The first thing I end up doing with the Sanyos usually is making some sort of cover for the gearbox, but my attempts at vacuum-forming don't come out looking anywhere near as good. Very cool!
P.S. And dimensioned drawings with mounting screw thread dimensions??? Now you're just spoiling me!
P.P.S. When I click to get a bigger picture of the Mini the popup window says 30:1, these are both 100:1, right?