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Re: pic: 2386 Power Distribution

Nicely done. What are you using to secure the lexan board down during matches?
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Re: pic: 2386 Power Distribution

We have Velcro straps at the forward edge of the board that serve as the attachment plus the “hinge”. At the rear edge of the board we have some “dual lock” strips (you can see these on top of the yellow frame plates). Does not seem like much but it is very secure when in place but easy to remove for access to the PD board.
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Re: pic: 2386 Power Distribution

If you throw some zip-ties between the talon and pdp wires, it will look a lot better!
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