Just because you may have outgrown your Legos and Erector sets does not mean the fun has to stop. Introducing RotorBits, the modular construction set of endless possibilities. Based on the idea of standardized connections and dimensions, the only limit to what can be built is your imagination.
RotorBits can be recycled and reused into other creations, mix and matching different bits to make a Y6 or Bi-Rotor! As your collection of Bits grows and concepts evolve with plug & play easy, who knows what you can come up with? Have club competitions for creative ideas or races for fastest box to air builds. RotorBits is one idea that can never be outdated only reconfigured.
RotorBits Servo Mount Set w/Gear (Green)
Size (LxWxH): 84 x 30 x 18mm
Mounting Tube Hole: 10 x 10mm
Servo Plate (LxW): 24 x 23.5mm
Servo Apator: 21 Teeth
Motor Mounting Hole: 17mm (Hole to hole)
Lot of play added to the servo play it's pretty difficult to get the tricopter holding the tail directtion more than 10 seconds.
Beaucoup de jeu dans le mécanisme, si on rajoute le jeu du servo ça devient difficile de garder le cap pendant plus de 10 secondes.Works great is strong but there is a small amount of slop however. But if you fix and tweet it enough you can fix thatNice Servo Mount for building the Tricoterfitting for motor mount / axle is bad, have to be glued in. Screws are poor quuality. fitting for servo gear could be more universal - using the HK-15178B Digital MG Servo its fine, but the servo mount dont fit. Will taper the axle for using ball bearing, for softer working.Just revceived my rotor bits and can say they are of good quality and I am
very pleased.Took a bit of time to get the servo to sit just right but at the price I certainly can not complain.Thanks hobbyking another good product
at a great price.All of these are to small, try building a hex or octo and you will see what I mean. 10mm x 10mm inside hole measurement is just way to small. You Rotorbits people need to make these with 12.5mm holes and 15mm hole to make larger applications stronger. If these Rororbit parts had larger inside holes to fit the booms and arms we fliers use these would sell more. The Tri Copter yaw mechanism is a great idea but just to small to use on anything else but Rotorbits arms and most of us will not use arms and booms with that small of a diameter....I like these Rotor Bits.
Very high quality of the pieces I have so far used.
Fast can your innermost multirotor dreams be realized.
The only small downside so far is that the yaw mechanism need some glue between the plastic and outer shaft.
If you don't have access to a complete mechanic workshop these things are awesome.:)