Hi all, I got my Nybble kit recently and have been following the assembly documentation. I have each of the main pieces built separately and have got to the point of attaching the servos to the NyBoard (v0.2) for initial calibration before screwing them to the servo arms.
For the body I chose to use the y1Pi back pieces, since I plan to mount a RPi. However with these I've found the cables for the two rear thigh servos (short cable as per section 2.5 in the docs) are just barely too short to reach the appropriate pins on the mounted board. I've checked over and over making sure the body pieces were in the right places, the board was toward the correct side etc. and am at a loss what might be wrong with my construction. Is a different distribution of servos used for a Pi vs. no Pi? What did I miss here?
I could take the body apart again to exchange the back pieces for the Pi-less configuration that would put the board at the center and fix this issue. But then how would I go about mounting a Pi later?