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PostSubject: rigging servos   Sat 17 Jul - 16:49

Hi Guys--need a bit of help here.Got my "super lazy ace" to the stage where I am to fit servos and it calls for twin servos for the elevator and a push-pull for the rudder. Havn't a clue how to rig up twin servos for a one piece elevator,never come across it before.I know that somehow you have to incorporate some form of spring safety measure to prevent servo overrun on a closed circuit or "push-pull"system and almost certainly will need same on the twins on Elevator but how to rig them is a mystery to me.Any help? Any pics  of any system appreciated thanks Dougal  
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PostSubject: Re: rigging servos   Mon 19 Jul - 15:23

Meant to say above---If you want to e/mail me with any drawings or other info,I would gratefully accept on----dougalone@hotmail.com----thanks
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PostSubject: Re: rigging servos   Fri 3 Sep - 10:12

Did you get any help Doug? Sorry I'm no help, still new to the sport :-)
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PostSubject: Re: rigging servos   Fri 3 Sep - 17:05

[quote="Davy"]Did you get any help Doug? Sorry I'm no help, still new to the sport :-)
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Hi Davy---nope ,no replly.Bit disappointed as I am o/s for the last 3yrs.Anyway it's good to see my old mates at the strip still going strong. Soft landings mate,thanks for your reply--------Dougal
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PostSubject: Re: rigging servos   Sat 4 Sep - 14:06


Hi Dougle,

Try the Link Below-

And I would suggest just one servo on a one piece elevator- Just go up in strength in the servo.
If you gang two servos together and one packs a sad the second has to try and move the servo horn and the elevator as well and will probably stall or burn out. Try twisting a 12kg servo horn with your hands and that's what a second servo has to do if one packs a sad.


http://www.mindspring.com/~rellis2/rcpattrn/ppull.htm

Also Google-- " rc pull pull systems" and you will have more info than you can handle.
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PostSubject: Re: rigging servos   Sat 4 Sep - 15:09

Wow --youre right---have got enough info to keep me pondering and digesting for the next week or two. Thank you ----Dougal
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