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Member Since: June 2, 2008

Country: United States

  • Edit the SparkFun-Electromechanical.lbr file (any text editor). Find the package (<package name="BATTERY_18650-HOLDER">) and remove the following code:

    <wire x1="-23.03" y1="22.3526" x2="-23.03" y2="11.2274" width="0.2032" layer="41"/> <wire x1="-23.03" y1="11.2274" x2="-32.565" y2="11.2274" width="0.2032" layer="41"/> <wire x1="-32.565" y1="11.2274" x2="-32.565" y2="12.345" width="0.2032" layer="41"/> <wire x1="-32.565" y1="12.345" x2="-36.0448" y2="12.345" width="0.2032" layer="41"/> <wire x1="-36.0448" y1="12.345" x2="-36.0448" y2="21.235" width="0.2032" layer="41"/> <wire x1="-36.0448" y1="21.235" x2="-32.565" y2="21.235" width="0.2032" layer="41"/> <wire x1="-32.565" y1="21.235" x2="-32.565" y2="22.3526" width="0.2032" layer="41"/> <wire x1="-32.565" y1="22.3526" x2="-23.03" y2="22.3526" width="0.2032" layer="41"/>

  • did you try this? Is it possible?

  • I used this board to demo various routines for my robot: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=go2uQT_J2XA

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