What are you guys using to wrap your electronics?, I’m getting a lot of rattling on my board due all components inside the enclosure, in order to avoid it I fixed the components with hot glue, but every time I open it for any repair, connecting the VESC with the PC, ot just check the balance of my batteries, it ends in a mess.
I’d like to leave all electtronics loose but cover inner of the enclosure with some kind of soft sponge or foam.
What I do is attach batteries, bms and receiver to the bottom of my deck with either servo tape or heavy duty velcro and then the enclosure just covers everything. It has worked well for me so far. No rattling and nothing ever comes loose.
For my vescs I use a section of a lipo tray bolted to the deck with a buckle velcro strap to hold the vesc in place.
im covering things like battery in 2mm thick felt sheets for shock protection, then shrink wrap just about anything and fixate the components finally with some dbl sided adhesive tape in the enclosure!
You don’t need anything that thick. 1/8" is pretty ideal for padding electronics without taking up too much space. I get mine off Ebay. Usually less than $2 per foot + a few $ for shipping for 1/8"X4" or 1/8"X6" for however long you need. You can lay a sheet down on your board and on your enclosure so your electronics are sandwiched between. The stuff does not come off easily, so I suggest leaving most of the backing on and only exposing the adhesive along the edges. That way if you ever want to remove it, it’s less of a chore.