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    Nice design.

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    This is looking great Ryan! I'm always excited to see what you are working on.

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    Love how it turn out.
    Stick

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    I'll be looking forward to seeing the new mechanism on SHPW site.
    A big thank you for providing all the cool stuff for us .

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    that's ridiculously smooth. I may try and put one of them on my pillar for next year, doesn't seem like it takes up much space. That prop turner is a great deal for the price, you could use that on several props you want to give a little movement to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosefuratyou View Post
    I'll be looking forward to seeing the new mechanism on SHPW site.
    A big thank you for providing all the cool stuff for us .
    We'll have it up on the site here soon. I have all of the parts and have been assembling the first run of 25. We were waiting on some machined parts. You are welcome! I am thankful to everyone here on the forum for all of the kind words and support. It's because of you that these parts exist!

    Quote Originally Posted by theric85 View Post
    that's ridiculously smooth. I may try and put one of them on my pillar for next year, doesn't seem like it takes up much space. That prop turner is a great deal for the price, you could use that on several props you want to give a little movement to.
    Thank you. The one currently on the site is a similar mechanism, but uses a much smaller motor. This new unit will replace the current one. Aside from having a much larger motor, the new one has a heavier drive arm and the bracket assembly makes installing it a piece of cake. The cost of the new unit will be a little more due to the larger motor and additional machining/bending needed for the base, but it is much more robust overall and should last a long time.

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    He looks really great! And thanks for the building tips.
    Stamp out the Christmas Creep !

 

 
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