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Hi jperaud, There is no issue with the routing of wires from the slip ring into the tower. The hole in the pin is elliptical the wires pass either side of the M6 threaded rod. Install the slip ring into the pin and run the wire through the hole. Install the pin into the structure. Put a screw driver down the hole used to insert the M6 rod and push the wires to either side, carefully insert the M6 rod using the screw driver to move the wires.
I would recommend you take care when posting such comments as they come across very negative and aggressive just remember these things are shared for FREE, starting with thanks for sharing your design and I hope you can help with a small issue i'm having might have been a more appropriate way of starting the conversation.
For those wanting the translation jpgeraud wrote:
Nice at first but the parts are to be adjusted for the housing of screws for example.
Moreover, there is a design problem concerning the passage of the motor wires to the mast via the rotary contactor because the tail bar clogs the through hole !!!!!! Incredible such a mistake, the guys had not finished the project before posting it.
Only solution, pierce the bar of 6 mm to pass the cables or to pierce the supports and to pass to side