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varoius mountings for 9g servo

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varoius mountings for 9g servo by Ssmigielski Nov 12, 2012
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playing around with the idea of building a robotic arm out of the 9g SG90 servos I have, this file is a handful of various servo brackets that I'm thinking for core design.


the 3-parter on one side is the beginning of a Y shaped 2-servo lifting bracket... still need to make the horn to fit it to the next section of the arm.

11-12 - Update - B file has the servo horn mounting. "assembled" file is expectation of how the arm will look when finished.
"arm" STL file is just components for making the arm.

I considered making a recess for the mounting horn on the joint to make the arm lighter, but I'm not sure how that would affect the strength of the arm.

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