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Re: A first attempt at hand building track
« Reply #15 on: July 17, 2019, 09:20:23 PM »
Thanks for the comments Nick.
Im using the Merg 3d printed mounts. I have a servo 4 (servo control board) ready to go. I'll set it up using a dummy servo so that there is no chance of breaking anything easily. I think the Merg mounts are quite forgiving tho. They pop out the housing if they twitch too far. We found on Northallerton there was the odd circumstance when you get a big twitch across the layout, which we solved by turning on the boards separately.
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