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Discussions related to the Servo Erector Set modular system and the S.E.S. V1.1 kit

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[font=Verdana][size=2]Anyone know why these are not on the site anymore? Square Aluminum Hub Connector ([url=http://www.lynxmotion.com/showproduct.aspx?productID=421&CategoryID=73]AHC-01[/url]) T...

2014-07-09 12:12 by thejerryguy
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2011 Overview: I think something that would attract more users to the Servo erector set would be to build a retail box of just that a advanced servo erector "set" include the SCC-32 with...

2013-12-26 17:37 by linuxguy
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The screws used for assembling the ball-bearing + lock washer + multi-purpose bracket are supposed to be 8mm long, but the screws that are packed with the lock washer and 3mm nut are actually the exac...

2013-11-11 17:10 by rwaldron
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Hello all, I'm curious to know if anyone has made any robot heads using the SES brackets. I am currently trying to figure out if I can do anything to mount my raspberry pi, pi camera, and ping sensors...

2013-07-07 06:32 by innerbreed
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Hi Guys, Can these brackets (http://www.lynxmotion.com/p-286-aluminum-multi-purpose-servo-bracket-two-pack.aspx) fit the tower pro mg995? I belive they have practically the same dimensions. Also on t...

2013-06-24 07:48 by innerbreed
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I really like the Symmetric Quadruped Kit (BotBoarduino). I clicked on the link below thinking I could buy the cool chassis QBK-02? Includes Symmetric Body Kit (QBK-02) But the link goes to He...

2013-05-10 09:55 by CBenson
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Not the sharpest knife in the drawer but I cannot understand how the HUB-15 can also be used to give a 45° offset between brackets? Thanks, Jerry...

2013-05-06 08:21 by CBenson
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Hello, I'm a student working right now on a robot-arm. But as a special requirement I need a potentiometer, or any other position-feedback at each joint. Can maybe someone give me some advice on how t...

2013-05-01 08:43 by CBenson
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Hi Guys, Can you use the hitec servo brackets with the TowerPro MG99? Thanks!...

2013-04-29 09:04 by CBenson
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http://www.lynxmotion.com/images/jpg/asbpt01.jpg What are the 2 brackets used here for standard servo size? I think I recognize the C bracket for the tilt, but I don't know what the pan is. Thanks! ...

2013-04-20 00:00 by innerbreed
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Hi, I got a set of micro servo brackets and they are good! I am using them with the Hitec 88s. Q1 - on the micro rotate bracket the servo did not easily go "thru" the slot so I tried it f...

2013-04-16 10:24 by gokul
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Hello All, What are the advantages of using the LPA vs directly connecting a bracket or hub to the servo horn ? Please advise. I am looking to use hip servos to rotate the legs - so was thinking do ...

2013-02-13 13:20 by CBenson
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Will there Servo Horn Tubing Adapter for Futaba servos?...

2013-02-04 17:07 by CBenson
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Hi All, I am trying to find info that the micro servo brackets can be used along with the standard sized brackets - are they compatible ? Meaning do the hole patterns match up etc ? The 2nd question...

2013-02-04 10:07 by gokul
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Here is an image of a pan and tilt I built today using the micro servo brackets. It's tiny and weighs 2.98 ounces including the camera. 8) http://www.lynxmotion.com/images/temp/mspt01...

2013-01-10 14:11 by CBenson
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What kind of servo horns can I use with the servo brackets fom SES?...

2012-12-27 14:51 by innerbreed
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I have the universal bracket, and the C bracket with ball bearing. I have assembled them as per the illustrations -- nut, back of universal bracket, locking washer, ball bearing, C bracket, screw, in ...

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2012-11-06 15:14 by jwatte
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I was recently pointed to a new product called MicroRAX. It's a miniature version of the popular T-Slot product line. http://www.microrax.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; ...

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2012-11-06 11:18 by DiaLFonZo
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Where can I find detailed dimension specification of standard servo brackets? (I need to use them with other components. So it is important to know the exact size.) Thanks...

2012-10-25 12:08 by Marcham
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An overview of Microrax is needed. It took me a while to figure out which parts might fit where. I think that I now know where they go. Dual nut plates in the track, screw through a joining plate...

2012-08-20 17:42 by Robot Dude
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I'm trying to design a small robot, so the small Microrax look tempting. Due to novel actuators, experimentation will be needed, so the ability to put anchor points anywhere along the Microrax will b...

2012-08-20 17:39 by Robot Dude
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It would help if more dimensions are mentioned in various places. I had to puzzle out the approximate sizes of the aluminum channels, and the only dimension for the Microrax dual nut plates is 3mm (t...

2012-08-20 17:34 by Robot Dude
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Hello guys, Can someone tell me the size of mounting hole for the lynxmotion power switch? I am making a micro quad chassis and I don't know where my switch went to measure it. Got misplaced in the m...

2012-06-06 13:44 by SN96
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Just like to say thanks to all at Lynxmotion. Jim SES is a great idea. And to all on the forum, i don't say much but i appreciate all the ideas and code everyone shares. I have enjoyed tryingto mak...

2012-05-01 13:33 by KM6VV
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1. all i see is the standard scale kit for the scout, is there a large scale kit for the scout 2. i have some servos left over from a prodject that are a lttle smaller than the HS-805BB/MG would the...

2011-11-07 22:32 by tiger39m9
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I've been toying with a small yet heavy duty base rotate concept. Here's an image of the idea. mab05design2.jpg ...

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2011-08-10 13:12 by SN96
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Here is an update to my 2010 list. I think I did pretty good but some items rolled over to 2011... Create a line of custom PVC parts! *** In progress *** I made the 2DOF legs and the Vacuum gripper ...

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2011-08-08 21:42 by SN96
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Could the add-on base rotate for the inline hexapod (ABR-NS) be used on top of the round hexapod's add-on deck (AOD-06) without too much hacking? If not, would the base rotate kit (BR-KT) fit (perhaps...

2011-07-17 18:03 by snarez
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Your LPA-01, Low Profile Axis, package shows two acetal gears: one full circle and one sector somewhere between 180 and 270 degrees. Your LPAGS-01, Low profile Axis Gear Set, which I take to be repla...

2011-06-28 14:34 by RoboTed
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I just ordered 8", 10", and 12" tubes to add to the SES. We should have them in stock in a week or two. 8)...

2011-06-23 17:57 by innerbreed
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Your 3/4" NHS-02 standoffs are drilled and threaded all the way through. Is the same true of all your other standoffs, especially the longer aluminum ones, or do some models bottom out? Thanks...

2011-06-21 11:18 by Robot Dude
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What servo bracket(s) can be used with the Traxxas high-torque waterproof servo? The dimensions of the servo are: Length: 2.16" (55mm) Width: .78" (20mm) Height: 1.69" (43mm) Here'...

2011-06-20 14:12 by Robot Dude
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Um, Jim here... I split this off another topic. Hi Jim, Do you remember this ( from another thread ): I'm not sure if Jim has ever considered making some more SES parts that make it possible to...

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2011-05-09 10:05 by Robot Dude
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I just purchase a biped torso and tried assembling it with HS-485 servos, but was unable to get them to fit. I just read "HS485-HB tight fit in SES brackets...", so it appears this is also ...

2011-05-03 16:04 by jRaskell1
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Can somebody tell me if it is possible to mount the biped torso onto the base rotate kit without permanently modifying either, and what additional hardware would be needed to do so? http://www.lynxmo...

2011-04-20 14:58 by djsfantasi
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Here is an image of the new reverse knee legs that will be available late December or early January. Lynx209 and Scout will be looking good in 2006! :D http://www.lynxmotion.com/images...

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2011-04-18 15:32 by tom_chang79
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url deleted... Some of these brackets look a bit SES'ey Is he a distributor?...

2011-04-07 18:12 by DiaLFonZo
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Jim and company, Do you guys still sell the gripper that is shown in the pic below? Seems like this gripper is very ideal because the maximum opening of the jaw looks big... http://www.lyn...

2011-04-07 17:46 by innerbreed
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We have been offering all our servo brackets in either brushed or black anodized, and our chassis parts in clear or black anodized. However changes are coming. We intend to convert all our brushed ser...

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2011-04-07 16:08 by tom_chang79
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Hi, For a long time I've been thinking (like many others) about adding sensors to my hexapods for TA (terrain adaption). This might be a waste of time since Jim already has proven to make some excell...

2011-04-05 21:45 by SN96
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I have been considering a concept. It's a major change in what we have been doing. I am looking into making a special set of brackets that will accept these taller non standard servos. The idea is to ...

2011-04-01 14:36 by DiaLFonZo
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Hello, Does anyone know the exact dimensions of the Aluminum Hexapod 3-R Body ? ...And in case you have any awsome advice or links or what-not. My reason for asking is that I want to attach a ...

2011-03-31 16:48 by tom_chang79
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Would there be any plans for a Mini Aluminum Hexapod 3-R Body Kit - Round Mini Size? http://www.lynxmotion.com/images/assembly/h3r/new/h3r102.jpg ...

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2011-03-28 16:10 by innerbreed
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Does anyone know the exact dimensions of the T-hex Chassis ?...

2011-03-14 04:06 by gumush
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Let the Futaba compatibility begin... 8) http://www.lynxmotion.com/p-804-futaba-servo-mxl-timing-belt-pulley-32-tooth.aspx" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;...

2011-01-21 20:55 by KM6VV
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I have been asked if the 7950 will work in the SES brackets. Well not very well in fact. Hitec made the servo taller from the mounting tabs than the other standard servos. The fix is to ream out the c...

2011-01-20 16:04 by Robot Dude
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Hitec has changed the case design for the new HS485-HB servos. It is now the tallest servo they make in the standard size format. They are a very tight fit for the brackets now. You can assemble the s...

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2011-01-14 20:08 by Alamo
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The SES is very flexible, and the bots show it. I think there is an area which should be addressed, as only the SES can. I know we all have different ideas on how to power the various bots, but there ...

2010-12-22 19:36 by kdwyer
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Hello everyone, I'm trying to develop a "Ball On Plate" apparatus for a senior project in Controls at my university. Please assume the following axes for motion as if a wooden plate sitting ...

2010-10-27 02:43 by KM6VV
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Is there a dimensioned drawing for the SES hole pattern available somewhere? I'm looking for the size and spacing of the holes and the spacing between patterns on some of the components?...

2010-10-05 12:30 by schill
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