anyway, since I currently have to wait for the supply of material, I have begun to modernize the technology of my Stug and maybe it Dernbach on Saturday in the same test drive .
So to say it out early today .
Now I'm the newest version of my brushless drives installed with real inertia. The functions are controlled by a future Beier sound module .
But first I have removed and cleaned the gear . The old engines are no longer necessary.
Since one can not simply drill to 3.17 mm for the new motor shafts , the gears I turn them out with a small rotating steel .
I turn the flywheels made of steel.
So I can then screw the new engines .
This must of course be Balanced . I do this simply by I screw a motor with an old gear cheek to be able to keep it well and then let it rotate between the fingers easily with a controller . So you spührt the finest imbalance which can then compensate with a little practice and epoxy plasticine the imbalance .
And so I can then screw the gear together and be ever in the tub area.
It still lacks the new RCC and the elevation each.
Since I ansteuere Beier all with a sound module I build it over to servo drive.
As a Bassist, I use the old cover of the RCC-performing where I just about anything that bothers me. By the way, I also magnify the very short RRZ to almost twice the distance. I glue the servo to the top and use the slide of the RRZ on.
I control the servo with a piece of spring steel wire to the button for the flash shot. Thus, it is automatically triggered by the RCC and the decoupled from the tube also makes it very safe.
And so it looks like installed.
Now I have both servos only to Beier and my Stug program module is fully functional again tomorrow.