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01-19-2010 07:40 AM  8 years agoPost 1
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Im modifying a head and the setup i have is so close to delta zero but not quite their. it is off centre by about 1mm.Do you think this will be an issue or is their something i can do in the v bar software to compensate ie changing the angle of the servo position.Or can i adjust the phasing through the swash driver.Which is better. This set up is for a mccpm raptor 90, using quick uk grips and t500 standoff balls.
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01-19-2010 08:25 AM  8 years agoPost 2
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I just figured out that rotating the swash driver would NOT be the way to go as this would do odd things to the eveness of pitch as you go from negative to positive. So prolly rotating the sevos may be the prefered method.If any adjustment is needed at all?

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