2022-02-01 (Tu) RangerRogue Base V0.01

I thought hard about holding a couple of servo motors to a platform on their sides. I contemplated perpendicular brackets, hardware store parts, and adhesives. I wanted something simple but also reversible, so nothing fits perfectly. I decided to start with rubber bands because they're inexpensive, uniform, and I can fasten them anywhere by cutting little cleats. I arranged my parts and took a few measurements to draft a layout. It was larger than I expected, but I opted for an extended surface instead of stacking my motors, battery, and controller. I spent the rest of the day trying to find the best settings for cutting plywood on my laser.
Laser-cut base

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