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Question 3DOF Motors selection

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Building Q&A / FAQ' started by JayZ83, May 27, 2020.

  1. JayZ83

    JayZ83 New Member Gold Contributor

    May 25, 2020
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    My Motion Simulator:
    Hi guys.
    After scuba diving for sometime. finally am trying to make my of simulator.

    Planing with a 3DOF triangular setup 3 motors, luckily with +1 motor could supporting traction loss.
    I was wondering if my math/physic was doing right on the motor, hope anyone could assist.

    Motor: Chinese PMDC 12Vdc motor NO.1013D with motor dIM 101CM
    speed: 65RPM
    torque: 400KG.CM
    AMP: 20A
    max output: 600W S3-1mins

    It's metal Gears with 2 stages reduction.
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    Had done the electric and communicate well with SMC3 utility.

    Here with my question.
    As motor shown torque with 400KG.CM.
    M = L x F
    400kg.cm= Rod length (If 6cm )x Lifting power. (66.7 kg)
    Output: 3 motors = 66.7 x 3 = 200kg max

    Estimate payload : Frame+gear 60kg + pilot 60 kg = 120kg.

    Seems the output is well enough to lift up this equipment ?? Hmm.

    Thank you .`
  2. Ads Master

    Ads Master

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