This is a general question for all standard servos.
As far as the horn, you screw that onto the thing you're going to "actuate". However, the side OPPOSITE the one of the horn (the back of the servo), is perfectly flat, with sometimes 4 screws you can open to look at the built in chip. How do you mount this side to keep the servo body locked, and only allow the horn to spin W/O buying brackets? Say Im using plastic or metal to make my frame.
Any clever ideas? Glue might work...but its a bit messy.