Baxter head

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These will all fit very nicely with the screws from this link it is the boiolid bot kit you will need.

You can down load all of the cad files here.

  • Items list for this head build
    • 1 spool filament
    • 3 AX-12A servos
    • 14 S1 screws
    • 12 S3 screws
    • 8 S6 screws
    • 1 S-B screw
    • 26 N1 nuts
    • 1 N2 nut
    • 1 BU stopper


The picture above shows 3 ring1 and 1 ring2 prints they are not connected they are just sitting there they don't need to be connected because the ring1s are just holding the space there. I will explain more later on.

The first thing the you need to do is put N1 nuts in the bracket shown below

  • 8 N1 nuts


The next thing to do is to connect the bracket shown above to a servo. this is shown below make sure not to knock out any of the nuts.

  • 6 S1 screws
  • 6 N1 nuts

Servo connect.png

The next part of this is to connect the servo to the halo part.

  • 8 S6 screw are required


Then 4 S3 screws will be needed to connect the bracket to the servo face as shown below

  • 4 S3 screws


next you will need to connect the f53 full back to the face part of the the baxter head. it should look like the figure below.

  • 4 s3 screws
  • 4 N1 nuts


next you will need to connect the servo to the f53 special shown below

  • 8 S1 screws
  • 8 N1 nuts


now connect the bracket to one side of the face as shown below

  • 1 BU
  • 1 S-B
  • 1 N2


now connect the other side with S3 screws

  • 4 S3 screws


Now that you have all of this built you take off the screw in Baxters head and this ring should fit perfectly on Baxters head. Next you need to find a screw that will fit in the hole in the head. I will leave that part up to you just take the one you took out of the head to Homedepot and get a longer one.