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    Discussion in 'The main mechanical design forum' started by AriLiquids, Aug 28, 2013.

    1. mechaboy

      mechaboy Active Member

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      your welcome my friend
      i hope your success
       
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    3. AriLiquids

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    4. mechaboy

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      yes it would work but it's torque would be more than 0.8 N/m.is it a problem?
       
    5. AriLiquids

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      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 the 2,500 rpm speed. They are more in the 1,500 rpm range.

      We are just spinning a brush that is meeting some resistance. Would there be any problem in using too much torque? I thought that if it spins, it spins.
       
    6. mechaboy

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      what do you wanna brush?i think with a high torque brushing is easier.
       
    7. AriLiquids

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      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 belt. I've seen 10 mm belts that just wrap around the axle of a motor on one end and turn a brush quite fast.
       
    8. mechaboy

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      that's nice.i think what you need now is a testing.
       

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