you are right. they are indeed heavy so will be having to add buoyancy to the ends. the land screw, motor housing and forearms are about the same weight as the normal lead ballast so no so much adjusting there required. biggest drawback is that using the camera servo means that I have not much speed control over the M200 so it tends to slam the backstops at either end of the lead screw pretty hard.hoping somebody will write some software in the future into ardsub to allow additional motors to have throttle control.
November 19 |
johng:I have just developed some implements…
Wow, nicely made. Looks heavy though, have you tried these in water yet? Visit Topic or reply to this email to respond.
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johng John Griffiths
November 18 |
Hi I have just developed some implements [claw1][claw2][grabber4][spike1][rov3]for the BR2. One is a claw for crayfish, lobster and sea cucumber. the bigger square one is for scallops and mussels. last one is a fish grabber that would be perfect for lion fish. the actuator is a M200 driven lead sc… Visit Topic or reply to this email to respond. To unsubscribe from these emails, click here.