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Ez-Bit Heavy Duty Servo Does Not Fit Kit Servo

Hello,

I just printed the EZ-Bit Heavy Duty servo 90degrees. Then I tried fitting it to the EZ-Robot servos that came with the kit and it does not fit. I was under the impression since there where no EZ-Bit brackets for the standard servo that this EZ-Bit would fit.

Are the dimensions of the heavy duty servo different from the kit servo? If so then why is there no EZ-Bit for the standard servo thats comes with the kit?

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#1  

Edited

Its at the bottom of this page Community/Ez-Bits/Ez-Bits

https://synthiam.com/Community/Revolution/EZBitList.aspx

I made one.

standardservo.zip

You have to put it into your Ez-Bit servo folder (5)

Ie.,

C:\Users\YourNameHere\Documents\EZ-Builder\EZ-Bits\5

Hope this helps.

#2  

Well I already saw that 3D model in the library, its just a 3D model of the standard kit servo.

I already have the standard servo that came with the kit and the Heavy Duty EZ-Bit I printed does not fit it.

Are the dimensions of the heavy duty servo different from the kit servo? If so then why is there no EZ-Bit for the Standard servo thats comes with the kit?

#3  

I don't know anything about 3d printing but can you load the stls in the printers software check the dimensions in there? Maybe they're off. I've had a few stl import issues into ARC. My sketchup stl exports didn't import properly so I had to switch to 123d Design.

#4  

Well I think the EZ-Bit printed the right dimension, my hunch is that the heavy duty servo EZ-Bit does not fit the Standard Servo.

Thats why I wanted to confirm. And also was wondering why there is no EZ-Bit to fit the standard servo that comes with the kit?

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#5  

Heavy duty servo is not a standard servo, as they are different.

This is a standard servo, as included in the kit: https://synthiam.com/Shop/AccessoriesDetails.aspx?productNumber=4

This is a heavy duty servo, as not included in the kit: https://synthiam.com/Shop/AccessoriesDetails.aspx?productNumber=7

#7  

Thanks DJ for the clarification

@antron007 have you downloaded the beta auto desk 123d , they fixed some glitches the standard version had and I really like the user interface better.

#8  

@jstarne1 I'll have to check. I just dled it to start working with Ez-Bits a few weeks ago. Just to be clear, you are talking beta right? I think I have the current stable. I'll check for an update or find the beta when I get home this evening. Thanks.

@DJ Thanks for forthcoming brackets ;)

#9  

Yes the beta. The original appears to have some bugs in a few controls.

#10  

@Josh, I'm going to hunt it down now. 123D is a resource hog and has crashed on me a few times but other than that I'm digging it.

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#11  

Really? It's only crashed on me twice (both times while doing the exact same thing - selecting multiple (around 30) circle sketches for extruding)

Have you tried the online version through Chrome? It's how I made the text inside my MG90s servo since text isn't in the current stable release (not sure about the beta, I was unaware of it until now).

#12  

Well, I had a bunch of stuff running so I'm not complaining it crashed. I know how it happened;) Beta9 is no loner available:( Anyone have any links to a copy floating around the net? AutoDesk no longer has it on their site.

No I haven't tried it through chrome yet. I'll have to check that out. Thanks @Rich!

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Synthiam
#13  

Standard EZ-Robot servo brackets are now in the EZ-Cloud. Sync your library