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    In principle it should work but electric actuators are quite slow, by the time you get the stroke and gear reduction needed to lift 14kg or so, in their brushed form. Converting it to brushless will help (Aegis does this, look up the build thread on that here).

    A relay? A pair of relays to make the weapon work? As far as wiring everything together, do you mean joining the components together? I used terminal block connectors in my early days before I began to learn how to solder.
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    BW: Shu!, The Honey Badger
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    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.
    Team Kaizen - Build Diary for all the robots

    AW: Amai, Ikari, Lafiel, Osu, Ramu
    BW: Shu!, The Honey Badger
    FW: Azriel
    MW: Jibril, Kaizen

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    https://hobbyking.com/en_us/jst-sh-s...en_us_products
    If you have a crimping tool you can use a Servo Plug set like this one if your wires don’t already have suitable connectors.
    Powerhouse Robotics

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    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.
    Team Kaizen - Build Diary for all the robots

    AW: Amai, Ikari, Lafiel, Osu, Ramu
    BW: Shu!, The Honey Badger
    FW: Azriel
    MW: Jibril, Kaizen

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