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    Yesterday, 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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  • Ocracoke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 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, 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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Joe Brown
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Runs Bristol Bot Builders. Passionate about Bristol and crab based robots.
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Elec Engineer
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Crabsolutely Clawful & Two-Headed Death Flamingo

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