What is the best advice to builders both new and old? Whether it be something you think about when building, problems you came across and overcame, or just something you live by, what wisdom can you give to the community?
My best advice is to fail faster. The faster you fail, the faster you fix, and the faster a final product is made.
Also, wiring. Pay attention to the lengths of motor wire, they should always have some amount of slack. Depending on how you turn, you can pull on the wires which can cause problems if there isn’t enough slack.
For gods sake, do literally everything you can to protect and fully insulate the phase wires. Don’t kill your vescs!