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Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35in x 4.35in

This Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35″ x 4.35″ model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35″ x 4.35″ model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

Here is the actual horn, Pyle Pro PSN1165 4.35in. This will add more crisp sound to your speaker box.

Solidworks: Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35in x 4.35in.sldprt

STEP: Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35in x 4.35in.step

IGES: Piezo Horn Speaker- 4.35in x 4.35in.igs

HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn.jpg

This HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn model was drawn in native Solidworks 2009 format. Click below to download the 3D Solidworks HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn model. This 3d model has been provided in multiple file formats.

On this model, the hole spacing is standard for all standard-size servos. The HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn is a Solidworks 2009 assembly model and the servo horn is easily able rotate in Solidworks. The servo is controlled through a 3-pin connector, 2 pins are for power and the last pin is for a frequency pulse which controls the angle of rotation. Standard Servo, HS-311: Universal These servos are also easily modified to do full 360 degree rotations instead of +/- 45 degrees. This is a standard-size hobby servo found in hobby toys such as RC-Cars, RC-Planes, RC-Boats, RC-Helicopters, and even small hobby robots.

Solidworks: HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn.sldasm

STEP: HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn.step

IGES: HS-311 Hitec Standard Servo and Horn.igs


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