Upgrades / alternate Built methods.

Upgrades / alternate Built methods.
Posted by Chris Hansen at 2011-01-11 13:17:17

Here are two alternate built ideas for the attachment of the shafts onto the motors and the propeller mounting.

Edited by Chris H on 2011/02/24 12:37:22

Attachments

Icon seaperch-1 2010.pdf  (113KB)
Icon seaperch-2 2010.pdf  (76KB)
Re: Upgrades / alternate Built methods.
Posted by Chris Hansen at 2011-01-18 15:48:04

When assembling the circuit board controler, you can use a drop of superglue to hold the components inplace while you solder the board.

Edited by Chris H on 2011/01/18 15:48:52

Re: Upgrades / alternate Built methods.
Posted by Chris Hansen at 2011-01-26 08:58:06
Here is an updated manual until the Official one gets posted.


Edited by Chris H on 2011/01/27 16:29:41

Edited by Chris H on 2011/02/25 09:40:21

Edited by Chris H on 2011/03/01 09:18:11

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Icon Sea Perch manual december 2010.pdf  (649KB)
Re: Upgrades / alternate Built methods.
Posted by Rich at 2011-03-10 03:31:34
There was apparently a problem with the earlier pdf file attachments, but one of the alternate propeller attachment techniques is shown in this attachment: Option 11 from the new construction manual supplement.
Chris H wrote on 2011-01-11 13:17:17:

Here are two alternate built ideas for the attachment of the shafts onto the motors and the propeller mounting.

Edited by Chris H on 2011/02/24 12:37:22



Attachments

Icon SeaPerch ROV Construction Option 11 - Solder-Mounting Propellers - Version 2010-02 - 031011.pdf  (663KB)
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