EzUHF TX holder with turnigy 9x module/JR module also fits Frsky Taranis
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Added a plain "uhf plate" which should be usefull for other uhf units
for use with self adhesive pads
A modular EzUHF holder (the latest version with red bumpers)
This is a work in progress !! I would like to add a cable tidy to the arm.
I have a UP printer which deals with the overhangs (i am unfamiliar with other printer software)
Module now done and tested yay :-)
Three m5x22 hex head screws
Two m5 nylock nuts
One normal m5 nut
Three m5 washers (10mm diameter)
There are two modules a two piece and a one piece
the retaining clip is printed separately for strength and ease of replacement
I printed the two piece design and it is all held together with 1 screw (no glue needed)
I just need to print the EzUHF holder at home to make sure it can be home printed (i had it done at shapeways)
Any questions please ask,I hope other people can make use of this the EzUHF is a great system :-)
This also Fits the frsky Taranis but I had to lightly sand the sides to get a good fit.
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