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Old 04-10-2013, 05:18 PM   #44 (permalink)
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CA is CyanoAcrylate superglue. The gear slipping is a bit of an annoyance, buuuuut much preferable to making it a rigid attachment that simply breaks when the motor is still trying to turn but something has stopped the blades.

It's one of those things to check after a crash, but at least because of the way it fails, it can be quickly slipped back into position without ruining the main gear or shaft. I think of it as a feature to protect the components rather than a defect.
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