This is where the HS-6635HB is unique. It uses Karbonite gears which are a reinforced plastic. This gives nearly the strength of metal gears with the smoothness and near-zero backlash of nylon gears. It truly is a perfect choice of material for a servo

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Posted by: 96S14 on Jul 19, 2006 05:47 AM
This is where the HS-6635HB is unique.  It uses Karbonite gears which are a reinforced plastic.  This gives nearly the strength of metal gears with the smoothness and near-zero backlash of nylon gears.  It truly is a perfect choice of material for a servo
 
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The HS-6635HB comes with a very nice assortment of strong servo horns. They are thick and very stiff...perfect for those large & heavy control surfaces on sport aerobatic airplanes.
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The servo lead that comes with the HS-6635HB is very nice. The wires are 60 strand 22 AWG copper wire with a high quality, very flexible jacket. This lead is more than up to the task of carrying the additional current required by the digital amplifier.
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When you remove the bottom cover, the digital amplifier and motor are visible. The motor is just a plain 3 pole motor, but its performance is very impressive. Note the use of silicone to prevent vibration from causing the motor leads to fail...a nice to
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This mess actually does something. The multimeters are used to measure the current and voltage supplied to the servo. The dial indicator allows me to measure the position of the servo horn.
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