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Ok so I called them for you.

Apparently what you do is remove the mechanical stop and rewire the pot to their pot on the servo. He said it comes with an 'easy to follow manual with pictures' to tell you how to do it.

The transit time is increased by the ratio you choose. If say you use 5:1, it will take 5 times longer to do a full rotation.

He also said they sell 'quite a few of these.' O and that they have aluminum gears as optional if your plastic might break or wear or something. I think you might have to special order the aluminum gears tho if you want them, I didnt ask . . .

Hope this helps.

THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH   :D  You really didn't have to go through this much trouble. I appreciate it. Well guess I'll just have to deal with their sales department now and figure out a way to ship this thing to Jordan. I just hope it's not too heavy in weight to be located at a joint in the arm but with the torque increased, that shouldn't be a big problem. I also cannot understand why neither they nor Hitec answered me regarding the frequency of the control signal that I should send the servo.

Sorry for troubling you but do you also know where I can find a simple electrical gripper? Something not too expensive.

Thanks a million. This forum rocks! I appreciate the help.

Nichola V. Abdo


stuff I found just from my partlist:

and of course froogle:,GGLD:2004-37,GGLD:en&q=%22robot+gripper%22


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