Tuesday, January 12, 2010

DIY Link stopper

Well, why not...
Source of materials was my box of
Do you see brass spacers in lower right part of picture?
Those are computer motherboard spacers.
Placed it in a vice, and hold it with a piece of soft wood.
Then a spacer is put into a drill secured tightly to working surface.
This way I used a drill as a sort of mill.
Part of the spacer with thread is filed down to smooth surface and
a groove is made, like one on the lower picture.
A hole in servo arm is made wider so newly made tip of link stopper can snuggly fit into.
After that, a small bolt is screwed in to make a grip onto steel wire used as control surface link.


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