Well… After 15 months of saving up my pennies and dimes, I could finally afford to buy the $12 fish feeder and the $12 servo to make the first part of my Internet Aquarium that will be ran off my Rabbitcore 3700.
I notched out the back for the Servo. I needed to cut out that tab so there was room for the mounting bracket for my Futaba S3003 servo. Lucky for me, there are 2 little marks that lined up exactly where I needed to cut.
Here you can see the cut-out for my servo.
This is how the servo will set into the housing. I still need to figure out the stand-offs. I have 2 options, shim it up with plastic or wood, or create nut and bolt stand-offs. The servo isn’t going to face much resistance, so I think that the bolts would be the best bet.
Here is what the feeder and servo looks like brom the back. The servo is just sitting in the houseing, but that is really close to where it will be located.