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If you are not familiar with the unit of measurement: 1 oz-in = 0.00706 Nm if you are not familiar with torque: 1 Nm torque translates to 1N of force at a radial distance from the shaft of the motor of 1 m. As 1N gravitational force corresponds to an approx. 0.1kg weight, 1 Nm torque can lift* 0.1kg weight 1m away from the shaft, or 1 kg weight 0.1m away ...


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The T indicates the number of teeth or ridges in the servo spline. You need to match the servo spline to any device splines or they won't mate. :EDIT: Because it's a good link, and because I hate it when links to resources rot, I figured I'd duplicate the information here from the excellent Servo City: Servo Splines Servos have an output shaft that ...


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