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Old 04-19-2018, 06:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default where to buy servo tab protectors for micro servos?

I have looked and looked and I cant find any for a micro servo. I have found them for sub micro and standard servos. Anyone know where to buy a product like this for micro servos? I have a small army of ds76 servos for my old 300x but most the cases have broken tabs. i want to keep the remaining few from breaking as well.
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Out of stock at the moment, but this is the closest thing I have seen for micros.

http://www.experiencerc.com/store/pr...ducts_id=14561
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Use appropriately sized washers or have someone print them.
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dang.. weird they have a lot available for standard size.. and even some for 180cfx servos.. but no micro anywhere.

A washer helps but quickly bottoms out on the side of the servo casing. i will figure something out.
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dang.. weird they have a lot available for standard size.. and even some for 180cfx servos.. but no micro anywhere.

A washer helps but quickly bottoms out on the side of the servo casing. i will figure something out.
Make some from old hotel room keys or similar material. Another option would be Hobbytown USA if you have one near you. They have all sorts of sheets or strips of styrene plastic in various thickness where the model train items are
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Probably the best right now would be to make some out of cf or thick plastic. Since they are out of stock. Make a template and cut out however many you need and drill them out. Micro servos have one screw per tab and it can be reinforced with a cut credit card or similar thickness cf.
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If one of your local motels uses room key cards...

They'd prolly give you a blank just for asking nicely
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