Picture of Simple PVC Servo Holder
In the making of a project involving servos, the moment came to place them, but I had no servo holder on hand. There were no special requirements (such as immunity to vibrations), and I just hate the idea of directly glue servos.

Rather than bothering to order some holders, I looked around to see what I had at my immediate disposal.

Here is a quick and simple servo holder, out of an L-shaped PVC profile.

Step 1: Needed Stuff

Picture of Needed Stuff
  • PVC profile, L-shaped, a bit wider than the servo thickness
  • Screws (I have some screws scavenged from old computer cases)
  • Miter box+saw
  • Dremel
  • Flat file
  • Drill
  • Cutter
PeckLauros2 years ago
Well done!Thanks to share!
EET19822 years ago
Very nice. I'm going to use this to hold my servos for my college project. Just what I was looking for. Thank you!
Very clever. I don't think I have ever seen "L-shaped PVC profile" Where did you find that? I can think of hundreds of uses for that. :-)
I get it at DIY stores. Plenty of it available
laxap (author)  diy_bloke2 years ago
srah12 years ago
Very neat and a great idea! In the last photo you attached the servo to something which looks interesting, is there another 'able on the way?
laxap (author)  srah12 years ago
Absolutely, so please stay tuned ;-)
ray742 years ago
Great idea. It looks great.
mazmoiz2 years ago
I liked the cutting jig. simple and effective.