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    • oipigface
      Since we are talking about servo installation, here are a couple of photos of a frame that has taken me about a day to program into my CNC router. It’s for my Personal Best Pitbull, which is having all its electronic bits and pieces replaced. I’ve considered upgrading to HV, but this got complicated and in the end I decided to install new  Futaba S3150’s, but only after I had ripped out the original  frames. The design is basically the Baudis original, reinterpreted because I couldn’t source any 5mm ply. This is made of 6mm ply, which has to be routed out so that the 10mm thick servo sits flush to the bottom. The bearing frame (which is a Baudis original) also sits flush to the bottom. I’m pleased with the way that it turned out. It’s the most complicated piece I’ve made with the router, and the remaining three will take less than 10 minutes each to produce. Along the way, I also programmed a frame for the MKS HBL6625. Servos are removed by undoing the screws that eventually will fit in the holes you can see. Probably could be done on the field if necessary.  
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