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  • Ocracoke's Avatar
    Today, 00:31
    Jibril I finally found the motivation to work on this one again. The chassis has been fiddled with to get the new axe motor ready for installation and as part of that, I've been soldering up a Vex...
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    Yesterday, 14:59
    Oh yes, hello! :D I think it is worth making a prototype of this with some old SLA batteries or something with a load and measure the voltage at each take off to see what happens. You could put in...
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  • Ocracoke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:45
    Ocracoke replied to a thread FW- Crash Course in Featherweights
    Effectively, yes. A wire is attached to each end of the fuse holder and the fuse acts as a bridge.
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  • Ocracoke's Avatar
    28th September 2020, 16:58
    I run my heavier class robots with their batteries in series to up the voltage. These are matching pairs of voltages and capacities so I end up adding in just the one fuse, treating them as a single...
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    28th September 2020, 16:40
    Ocracoke replied to a thread FW- Crash Course in Featherweights
    I get my 80A fuses from Halfords usually. They are wired inline from the battery. Here is one I made for a MW but the same rules apply for a FW. The fuse is in the maxi fuse holder at the top right...
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    23rd September 2020, 15:46
    PMed
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    21st September 2020, 22:41
    Aye, just one of those things. Short of a miracle happening, I am not expecting to run an event now until next year. By then... BotFest might have a completely new arena. ;)
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    21st September 2020, 22:20
    Ocracoke replied to a thread FW- Crash Course in Featherweights
    I thought you meant on the receiver? The RC bits I have already have a JST-SH plug on them normally, it'd just push on and then some electrical tape over the wire, plug and RX to hold it in place.
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    21st September 2020, 19:03
    Ahhh thats a real shame :( But totally out of everyones hands and just one of those things! On to 2021 now I guess and lets pretend 2020 never happened! Viva La Bot Fest!
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    21st September 2020, 18:07
    Ocracoke replied to a thread FW- Crash Course in Featherweights
    I use the pins that come on the receiver and put electrical tape around that and the board to keep it in. Have come a cropper with RC wires coming out before.
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    20th September 2020, 01:38
    Lafiel So the shell I posted a picture of in my last post didn't work. I could, amazingly, get it in size and weight but it was quite ugly and it wasn't very good overall so I ripped that apart and...
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    17th September 2020, 18:28
    Looks good, well done. Guessing a pair of drills for the drive and and linear actuator for the jaw?
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