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Not long ago on Azamom.com (sorry, now sold out) I came across a pretty good deal on Common Sense RC CSRC-311 standard-sized servos. Naturally, I wanted to modify ...
Yeah, so here's what we need: 1) The servo to be modified, of course. 2) Some way to control your servo. (I'm using a Pololu MicroMaetro and control ...
Unscrew the four screws on the bottom and remove the top cap. Once you get to the gears, remove the output gear. This is the only thing we'll ...
There is a black insert pressed into the output knob. This normally turns the pot below, but we're going to take it out. The easiest way to do ...
Now on the white piece there is a plastic stop. We need to cut this so the servo won't... well um... stop. Actually. Anyway, grab your wire cutters ...
Hook the servo up to your controller as-is. Set your controller to zero and the servo' motor will (probably) start running. Then turn the brass pot shaft (formerly ...
Now, being careful not to bump the pot shaft out of whack, jut put things back together. I've included a pic of the gear train in case they ...
One last tip before I go. Since I have some regular servos, and some continuous rotation ones now, I scratched a great big letter "C" on the continuous ...
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