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#1

can it hurt to save a file,where not all notes are filled in.
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#2

Well, people won't know what the part is for...

#3

its to bring jd's arm higher.and you can mount the sonar on or pigtail.

yes offcourse youre right.

#4

thank you teh

#5

Why do you have a digital port listed as a connection for that design?

#6

haha just try some thing out.sinds am not know what am doing.

#7

I made a few garbage parts when I first started playing with the EZ Bit Builder. One good thing about the recent upgrade is that I don't have to hassle with them anymore. Smile I know DJ has plans to improve the bit builder and library management in the future but when, he could not say. It is on his 8 light year long "to do" list. Smile

#8

are there more bits comming availeble ?but 8 years,then i be 59 years old.wooh

#9

I'm not sure if there are new bits coming. I know they made a Go-Pro camera mount recently so, I'm guessing that will go up at some point. You may have to watch the community for people who have made some ez bits. Then the stl files will be in the cloud and you can import them into the bit builder and make the bit for your library yourself.

If you click on my name it should take you to my profile page. Then click on the EZ Bits tab. I recreated the V3 bodies for my EZ-Builder because I still only have the V3. I think you can download the stl files and then use them to make the EZ-Bits.

#10

i dont have a printer,so i cant save my design.i have a look on yours.
i have no parts yet.the script ez use,is that python c++ ?