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For sure John I will keep you posted ! : ) JOHN PITTELLI <jplily-at-yahoo.com>
Robert: I've been thinking about that for my next
tank. Since the Comet has a much more roomy turret
than my Pz IV,I thought it would be that best way to
go. I'll be starting on my turret after the June
battle and that was my first new item to try. If you
go that way please let me know how it works out for
John" Ready to go" Pittelli
--- Robert Currie wrote:
> Hey Steve I think i have found the best of both
> words at (SERVO CITY) they have a servo gearbox
> there that is very strong with many different ratios
> to choose from plus arms I'm planning on going with
> one anyway mounting it on its side and like a old
> locomotive as the large gear rotates it pulls up on
> the marker and in reverse rotation pushes down on
> the marker mounted in the turret at its centre
> gravity by a couple of small pillow block bearings
> what do you think?
> steve gusikoski wrote:
> Anyone with Ideas on gun elevation ??
> I am torn between using a simple servo or building a
> more complex motorized control.
> Is a servo to fast and jumpy?
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