VESC has been placed in waterproof ALU box which is sitting on top of ALU plate. I uses silicon thermal pad between the VESC and the box also thermal paste between the box and the ALU plate.
I did the worst connector placing possible I have to redo this box and get a little bigger box.
The boad came with lots of issues. I had to redo the mast mount since they uses very tiny inserts which 2 of them were dead with no thread.
The lid had no rubber sealing. I ordered 0.75" oring cord from mcmaster. and used This RTV to keep it in place. This RTV isThis text will be hidden really great solution for sealing.
No, its not too late. I was happy to hear from you. I am printing the fwd mast clamp now, hollow. I had some rolls of plastic that were short lengths I want to use up. Maybe I will try to fill the hollow prints with epoxy. I already bought most of the McMaster Carr SS hardware. You have saved me a lot of trial and error.
I would like to see how you drilled your mast, from the looks of your aft mast clamp you ran all 3 phase wires down the aft channel of your mast? Can’t visualize exactly how you did it?
Thanks guys. SamiSin thanks for the mast photo. Now I see how it goes together. I have a gong mast which is the same thing as your Chinese mast. I had your mast on my first and second build. Anyhow I am afraid that a cut that big will weaken the mast significantly. I like the mast clamp, I think I will be modifying it to allow me to use the front and back channel of the mast. I will post photos when I do it.
SamiSin, I printed the the duct that was in your shared file for the Flipsky motor. It does not quite fit my Flipsky 65161. The bolts line up perfectly but the motor has a cone that sticks out too far. Were you able to use this duct on your motor?
Are you sure it is not your printer tolerance? That has been designed from their drawing. If you measure the gap I will fix it. I did not print that part myself yet my fdm printer needs big maintenance