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News MY PROJECT 2DOF TEST 1

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by dynio525, Feb 25, 2015.

  1. dynio525

    dynio525 New Member

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  3. Nick Moxley

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    Good stuff, Your up and running. But little tip for ya, I would highly recommend upgrading those motor mounts and also in turn the pot mounts. Flex couplers will ensure your pots survive for a decent amount of time and the mounts will prevent any unwanted flex i can see in motion.
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  4. RacingMat

    RacingMat Well-Known Member Gold Contributor

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    good job! +1 with Nick

    It's BIG!! :thumbs
    Did you build it inside? how did you manage to pass through the door? :D
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    No cooler on the MM? Cooler will lengthen the life of the chips enormously, or using a cooler the MMs can pushed harder to the limit.

    Otherwise great work so far!
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  6. dynio525

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    jest projektowanie i GTX 760 subtelność pozostał z 4 części + obudowa + 3 Monitory