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Old 07-20-2019, 10:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The problem is ensuring the stack (the motor assembley) doesn't "back off" when it is sitting idle and you are running around. One of the guys said it isn't reliable feeding either.

Figure out a back to hack something like a torque loader control in there (or similar function) and you will probably be ok. Extremely expensive for a loader that isn't Bluetooth though.
I'm considering reworking the original Box Rotor motor assembly if this doesn't work well enough. I'm not afraid of my hot air soldering kit! Instead of using a torque based method, an IR sensor or a simple microswitch may do the trick. More shooting outside instead of into a test chamber would be required. I'd like to put it through it's paces before tearing into the Bluetooth motor assembly. I'd also like to see if the antijam (shark fin on the Rotor or LT-R or the pull switch on the bottom of the Box Rotor) has any effect on the ball stack.
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A one way detent mounted high in the stack would help btw, at least for the first ball.
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