|Nov 18, 2012, 10:43 PM|
Turnigy Talon V2 - Part Deux!
After flying, crashing and learning a whole bunch using this platform, I have rebuilt it with some customization.
|Dec 16, 2012, 03:36 PM|
Hobby King has the worst shipping but the best prices for small stuff. So if I have to place an order there, I include one or two of these "just to have around". It's really high quality stuff and very easy to work with. Now, if only I had a CNC...
1mm x 300mm x 100mm ($10.79)
1.5mm x 300mm x 100mm ($13.51)
2mm x 300mm x 100mm ($17.95)
|Dec 16, 2012, 04:08 PM|
Thanks, those are good prices.
I got a couple of "smart" servos that would be ideal for building a CNC router. They run about $1600 each with the integral controller module installed. Search www.jvl.dk for the Mac141's to get details. I also have the software written that supports basic control and point to point motion. What I don't have is the code to fill the "points buffer" function that enables interpolated multi axis motion. If your able to write the code to accomplish that and build an app for CNC routing I'll give you a functional 2 servo bench setup and some code to get you started if you'll build the app for both of us.
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