Again, amazingly high quality answers from this forum. Thank both of you so much, Dana and Roy Kliffen!
It looks like we've bumped up against...
Okay, engineers. Here's a great question. Can you answer it?
We desperately need an axial fan that:
Puts out as much cfm as an off-the-shelf...
Well, everybody's right. I had gone ahead and made a sample out of local parts and it worked really pretty good, but was a tad wiggly. So I...
These answers are extremely professional and very useful. Thank you very much everyone who answered and hats off to the mechanical design forum .com!
Hi, I am new here and like this forum A LOT.
Here's my problem:
I want to slide a plate up and down, but keep it from sliding to the side.
Any more pressure and I will not be able to keep up the speed.
I think this is pretty good what you've said anyway.
Maybe I will go to a thicker...
Hmm, I do not think so. In our prototype we are using a cord drill with MUCH more torque and it's fine. But a cordless drill cannot get up to...
Mechaboy, what about a 14 volt cordless drill motor?
They are 300 watts, like this one...
Wow Mechaboy you really helped. Thanks so much!
Thanks so much especially for the news about the shaking belt.
This is where it gets tricky.
Gears might be noisy but so what...except for one big thing: the gear on the brush end may have to be too big.
It would seem to me that asking questions on this forum is dangerous for anyone who is patenting their design.
If a forum member has contributed...
Let me try again with the picture:
My picture won't go through.
I want the motor underneath the brush like this:
brush: XXXXXX O pulley
motor: XXXX 0 pulley
with 50 mm between...
Hey, where's that picture?
Thank you Mechaboy.
Here's a sketchup image. The pulley has to be as close to the brush as possible in order to use it effectively. I would...
I am over my head on this and I have a new prototype deadline to meet and am floundering. Please someone throw me a life preserver.
We have a...
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