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Dont Know How Its Calt?

is there anyone who knows the name off this.its a protection sorta foam,
to paste on inside connectors from servo's.


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#1  
I have never seen any kind of foam material inside of servos... at least hobby servos and I have taken many apart... What is this foam used for Nomad?
#2  
I think he is talking about a spacer that will keep the motor in the servo pressed up. It would go between the bottom plate of the case of the servo and the bottom of the motor.

I could be wrong but I have seen some servos over the years that have this spacer.
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Belgium
#3  
rr

its to cover up the vcc-gnd-from the robi robot i have.
the seller is looking for complete bag off new wires.
this foam ,i wanna use to cover up the complete circuitboard too.


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#4  
Ok, never seen them before... They are not in Hitec or TowerPro hobby servos...
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Belgium
#5  
hi d cohran

there is an edge in the housing from the servo.
when you puch the servo in ,it drags the wire over the edge and rip it open.
so i need to find some to cover up the board and some to make the wire,
more resistant against dragging.


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Belgium
#6  
rr

special servo's from deagostini.but the wire coating is to soft.
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Belgium
#8  
rr

maybe i can try that.
#9  
Richard is right. Electric tape (they even sell some thicker tape if you need it) would work.
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#11  
Just use hot glue and heat shrink insulation, job's a good 'un.
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Belgium
#12  
rich

heat shrink will not be possible.the wires turn up to 180 degrees,
and there is not much room.each wire is slichtly thiker then human hair.


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