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Turnigy 9X: 9X8C Reciever Mod!
How to make a 3D printed PCB vise!
Failsafe problem easily overcome using Turnigy Trakstar epic fail safe for car & boathttp://www.hobbyter.es/index.php?route=product/pro...Hobbyking don't sell these anymore, don't know why, but I use them with the 9X8C and I can confirm that they do provide failsafe, ie RTH, land or whatever the failsafe is set to.
Hi!I did a 5 minute google before i attempted this to try to find someone that have tried this, guess i missed you! I guess i should have added that this was just a temporary solution, my XJT module and XSR reciever is on the way so then i wont have the issues im having now. I've heard stories before about people who have lost drones due to the 9X8C module but never anyone who got it back, guess you were well prepared :). That DIY reciever would be great for mini projects, thanks for the idea! Thank you for your support!!
Made using PC materialThanks for the idea
Hello! To edit the STL files is kinda a pain so I suggest either I edit it for you or I could release the DWG file, that way it would be easier to edit the parts. If you'd like I can do a version to fit your liking. Thanks for the comment!
HiFirst of all, thanks for sharing this nice project, I've been looking for a long time and didn't find anything fitting my needs, will be my first project with 3D printed partsI've downloaded the 3D files to send it to a local printer, but I'm realizing I can't hold 10cm. wide boards with this clamp.I'm trying to modify the design, although I don't have any experience with 3D design, I think it will be enough to edit the "vise_base.stl" and extend 5cm. the part where the rod is inserted, is it ok? Time to learn about 3D design...
It's done! Thank you for commenting, strange how the files have merged somehow. I sliced all those STLs before uploading so i don't understand how i could have missed that. Good luck!
How to Make a PCB Vise!
Absolutely, will do. Thanks for the feedback!
Thank you! I needed a table clamped version but it would be useful with the option. Thanks for the advice!
Great job on the design! I think you have a typo in iron controller though. The label says it feeds 24VDC at X1-1 and X1-2 but that's the mains right? X2-1 and X2-2 is the 24VDC. Correct me if im wrong :)
Thanks for the feedback! Let me know if there is something that doesnt fit/ I could improve. I made this vise to fit my needs so I'm not sure if it's compatible with your desk, let me know and i'll update the files :).
Thank you so much!
How to make a PCB vise!
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