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yay finally hot glue gets some recognition!!~smash
I solved this by hot glueing the servos to the chassis and then putting tape over the servos.
double sided tape will work
[quote/]simple fastest and will never fail[quote/] lol it will if you cover it in crap! naa seriosly. with double sided tape doesnt it wear down? like really easilly?
you guys don't keep 3/4" aluminum angles handy?!?!
uhhhhhidk if im being stupid but since servos only turn one direction when they're modified for continuous rotation, how would that work for a differential drive doesnt one side of the robot need to turn clockwise and the other anti-clockwise for the robot to go straight?
how come servocity sells "anti-clockwise" direction as an optional modification for $10-20 more if they turn both ways in the first place? weird...well anyway would i need to set up servo reversing on 1 of the channels so i can press forward on both of the sticks on the transmitter and the robot will go forward (w/ 2 servos)? or is it supposed to be all mixed up (press up on stick, down on other stick) and i should get used to it??
with double sided tape doesnt it wear down? like really easilly?
uhm, does that mean i need to cancel my order RIGHT NOW and change one to anti-clockwise?i thought RC cars were SO EASY to make, like the $50 one, and that guide mentions NOTHING about this. i guess the admin magically did it while he built his robot? like channel reversing or a way to modify to anticlockwise rotation?
then when you get the servos , open one of them up and reverse the wires going to the motor . There you got one going clockwise and one going anticlockwise on the same pulse!