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Hartwig posted a new activity comment 1 year, 10 months ago
Looks like the same layout than the Hitec 805 bb with plastic gears.
The pin should be just pressed in. Disassemble the gear and pull out the pin with a nipper. You need some force. Or use a hammer and a bolt the other way. Before you disassemble the gears, notice their position.
Thanks. I tried it with the nipper, but I was afraid to damage the gear. Finally I cut the pin with a multi-tool.
Hartwig posted an update 1 year, 10 months ago
Posting the link does not work ( inappropriate word) 🙁 . Search for JX Servo in the group, post from today.
I was asked about how to modify the JX Servos, so I compiled a shortHow To and posted the PDF in the english forum. Can’t upload PDF´s here. Please follow this link
Thanks for sharing and helping others!
Your PDF is now available on the build pages:
Shoulder and Torso
Good luck 🙂 If you need I can post some pictures about how to modify the servo.
Would be great if you can share some pictures about
Just finished the left shoulder. This time I used JX – Servos. They have a solid metal gear and it\’s very easy to modify them.
Nice ! I just passed my first test using external battery power and nervo board. Next step is finish the servo setup for the arm. For now I’m using the recommendation but let’s see if it’s difficult to extract the potentiometer. Will share video soon ! 🙂
Hi Gael, short question. Do you mount the hall sensor in the same way then the copper plates? HallSensor – Foam – Magnet? If not, do you have a picture? Thanks a lot,
Hartwig posted an update 2 years, 7 months ago
This is my IOS programming environment
I’m still making progress developing an iOS app to control a robot. Thank you Gael, InMoov is a great platform to do this kind of experiments.
I choose MQTT as a wireless communication protocol between the app and the Bot. On the Inmoov side routes a raspberry PI 3+ the protcol to the nervo boards. A web s…[Read more]
This is wonderful! great work. I look forward to seeing your progress.