Servo mounting bracket

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Servo mounting bracket by wsolstice69 Jul 7, 2011
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This is a mounting bracket that I designed for mounting hobby servos for a robot I am working on.


I have successfully printed this in ABS with a 20% infill and 3 layers for the solid surface thickness.

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I printed this with a pretty accurate printer and it seems to be about 1.2-1.5mm on the thin side to fit a Futaba S3003

I tried this but it split easily when I tried to mount with normal servo screws.

What part of it split?

where my servo mounting screws went into the 2 holes on the either side of the vertical panels. I was using a HS-311 servo and the screws that came with it.

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I printed it in ABS with a 0.35mm layer height, 20% in-fill and 3 layers for the solid surface thickness. I tried using some PLA but my Skeinforge settings were not quite right and it did not come out as well, but it was still strong.

Are you getting good adhesion for your layers?