People sometimes wonder what will be in the package that they ordered. Per this curiosity, I’ve recorded the unboxing of the ZTW 7×12 kit with the associated electronics that I purchased (servo controller and some buttons). Keep in mind that the standard kit does come with servo motors, but none of the other electronics. According to ZTW, these motors are used, but they appear to be in excellent condition. Here is what comes in the box when you get one of these units:
So this is what comes with the 7×12 kit. I’d assume things are similar for the 7×7 and the 12×12. Everything appears to be in order, so it’s time to start the build! I have confidence in my ability to put this together mechanically, but getting all the servos to work together properly seems like it will be the biggest challenge for me.
Check back as I take you through the assembly of this device and give some hints on building the 7×12. As of now, the 7×7 manual is the reference for this machine. It’s pretty good, but there are a few differences between the two. Hopefully my post on how everything is put together (including a sort-of time-lapse video) can help fill in the gaps and act as a sort of 7×12 manual supplement.
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