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90ZYT-155-12MCP4-60:1 65RPM

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Building Q&A / FAQ' started by gigi, Oct 27, 2016.

  1. gigi

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    hallo to everyone!
    I really like this idea of 4dof simulator.

    Do you think is achievable using 4 motors 90ZYT-155-12-MCP4-60: 65RPM?
    The total weight to support and move should be about 150 kg (pilot, structure, peripherals)
    gigi

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    and....wht do you think about it?
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    thanks noorbeast. and what do you think about this solutions?
    I was looking in the video that the heave effect move the seat forward and backward, but heave should be only up and down correct?. but it is also true that the video shows a very pronounced effect heave while in my project this effect should be far more content
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    Motor positioned correctly pushing all to the centre of the cg of platform, thus needing the connecting rods top mount pivot points to be incline with the platforms in driver CG, then you will be able to move approx just under 130kg at its max, ie the heave motion. So a little redesign I see this feasible.
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