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InMoov PivPotentiometerV3 remix for #4 screws, for newer HiTec Rectangular Potentiometer

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InMoov PivPotentiometerV3 remix for #4 screws, for newer HiTec Rectangular Potentiometer by alansrobotlab Nov 8, 2014

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This is the exact same solution from drogge, but with larger screw holes a bit further out. Makes it alot easier to affix with #4 screws.
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:254664

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Print out with 2 perimeters, 25% infill.

Drill out holes to suit.

I used #4 screws to hold the potiometer in place.

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Jun 20, 2016 - Modified Jun 20, 2016

What potentiometers do you use ?
The built-out from the original servo or a similar (i.e. from Boruns) ?

Noted that we have another pot holder in the stomag parts, TStomPotHolder.
Any adaption for a square pot available?

Hi
Thanks a lot for that STL, had some trouble filing the thing to fit into the round holder but this looks perfect.

BTW: I always have a puzzle about wiring the things, left, right, shoulder elbow etc.
Do you happen to have the correct wiring for all the joints that need an external potentiometer with the new PotHolder?

Regards, Juerg

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