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News 2 dof electric steer motors + self-made ffb steering wheel

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by MarcoMade, Mar 18, 2018.

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    in questo mio primo post è stato progettato per migliorare il mio primo sistema 2dof, a partire dal volante con lo sterzo elettrico di una corsa opel.
    in questo mio primo messaggio ho intenzione di postare La creazione del mio primo Sistema 2dof, partendo dal volante con piantone elettrico Di Una opel corsa.


    in questo mio primo post ho intenzione di inviare la creazione del mio primo sistema 2dof, a partire dal volante con piantone dello sterzo elettrico di una corsa opel. in questo mio primo messaggio inserirò The Creation del mio primo sistema 2dof, partendo dal volante con il polo elettrico di una opel corsa.

    Update: station finished, I placed behind the electronics and power supply, arduino leonardo for the steering wheel DD, buttons and analog inputs x accelerator, clutch closed clutch in a case psu Atx and then ventilated x refrigerating the 2bts from 43 in parallel. on the side a 0.5F brax capacitor and on the right a fujitsu 66A server power supply.

    Aggiornamento: stazione finita, ho posizionato dietro l'elettronica e l'alimentazione, arduino leonardo per il volante DD, pulsanti e ingressi analogici x acceleratore, frizione frizione chiusa in una valigetta psu Atx e quindi ventilata x refrigerando i 2bts da 43 in parallelo. sul lato un condensatore brax da 0,5F e sulla destra un alimentatore da server fujitsu 66A.
    news steering wheel https://www.xsimulator.net/communit...ors-self-made-ffb-steering-wheel.11796/page-2
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    il volante https://photos.app.goo.gl/FaOQrcPkY82ARntZ2
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    Il mio volante pesa attorno a 15kg.
    Credete voi esperti che riesco a muovere tutto con motori tergicristallo, compreso pedali reali di automobile?
    My steering wheel weighs around 15kg.
    Do you believe that experts can move everything with wiper motors, including real car pedals?
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    salve, qualcosa si muove nel mio nuovo simulatore. questi motori sono servosterzi opel con motori da 80A a 12V riduzione 16/1.
    funzionano grazie al magnifico lavoro di simtools e smc3.
    ho costruito potenziometri ad effetto hall con la mia stampante 3d e funzionano bene fino ad un angolo di 170* (180 massimo rischio).
    se volete posso condividere i file stl che ho disegnato per questo scopo.
    presto anche le foto del telaio simulatore quasi pronto.
    ciao Marco

    hi, something moves in my new simulator. these engines are opel power steering with engines from 80A to 12V reduction 16/1.
    they work thanks to the magnificent work of simtools and smc3.
    I built hall effect potentiometers with my 3D printer and work well up to an angle of 170 * (180 maximum risk).
    if you want I can share the stl files that I designed for this purpose.
    soon also the pictures of the simulator chassis almost ready.
    Hello Marco
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    Alcune foto del telaio in ferro da 15x30, con pedaliera fiat 600, semiasse punto 2n serie, piastra per regolare offset peso struttura, sedile e volante ancora work in progress, aspetto i rod end per collegare i motori alla struttura.. saluti
    Marco

    Some photos of the 15x30 iron frame, with fiat 600 pedal board, 2n series point shaft, plate to adjust weight offset structure, seat and steering wheel still work in progress, I wait for the rod ends to connect the engines to the structure.
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    un file compresso dove trovate vari file stl per costruire il vostro hall effect pot
    compresi i file 123d x editare i vostri personalizzati con 123design di adobe
    sensori hall a1302, cuscinetto skateboard 16x8x5



    a compressed file where you can find various stl files to build your hall effect pot including 123d files to edit your custom ones with 123design of adobe hall sensors a1302, 16x8x5 skateboard bearing
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    engines fitted tomorrow will weld in place

    motori montati domani si salda in posizione
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    little step forward. run accelerator using hall1302 sensor, with hard disk magnet. good range from 0.10V to 4.68V. the next step concerns the load cell on the brake pedal with hx711 and arduino leonardo amplifiers. here some photos

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    finally my 2dof station takes shape. built and tested the brake with a load cell today. two springs preload the cell, after a stroke of 1cm the spring closes and starts to push only on the cell.
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    start of engine cooling system
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    While waiting for some mechanical elements, I prepare the Co Grillo electronics of the steering wheel, 3 connectors 9 pins rs232 to communicate with load cells, buttons, encoder. Work in progress
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    station finished, I placed behind the electronics and power supply, arduino leonardo for the steering wheel DD, buttons and analog inputs x accelerator, clutch brake closed in a case psu Atx and then ventilated x chilling the 2bts from 43 in parallel. on the side a 0.5F brax capacitor and on the right a 66A fujitsu server power supply.
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    the view of the two gearmotors with a 30mm diameter shaft, the motor has 12v and I assume 80A detected by its protection fuse. the feedback is done with hall effect potentiometers designed and built in 3d print. still in a solid iron frame.
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    pedal box recovered from a fiat 600, modified with load cell more ina 125, accelerator with sensor hall and printed support 3d
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    view of the flying motor, the same used for the dynamics (soon replaced by a mu1020) with its omron encoder and printed support. push pull forced ventilation system.
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    I thank all the staff, the admin of simtools and the programmer of this wonderful software for the DIY license.
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    news, new engine for my FFB steering wheel, 12kg of pure strength and torque. recovered by a 1991 brushing machine, motor with 4 brushes of 0,75kw 36v.
    thanks to the modified lathe axis plus flying shaft, cut reduction box. this is very strong, the only limit is the small 66A power supply soon replaced by a more powerful.
    I feared that the dynamic station would suffer from all this added weight, but it did not even realize it and not even me. these electric steering motors are fabulous, everything stays cold even after hours of use including motomonster.
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