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Question Broken part from motor to wormwheel

Discussion in 'Electronic and hardware generally' started by JonBakhol, Apr 29, 2020.

  1. JonBakhol

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    He guys,

    Just fired up my 2 Dof and something was rattling inside my right-motor.
    Opened it up and there was a most terrible thing I ever saw. :mad:
    It is a ZYT90-155-24-3000 with an matching worm-wheel 1:50 from https://www.motioncontrolproducts.co.uk/products/8/24/12vdc-traction-motor-zyt90-155-04-nm/

    I already wrote them an E-mail.

    But how is the piece called in English?
    And also the rubber part between the motor and the worm-wheel side?

    20200429_213959.jpg

    Or is this a common problem, and you guys have multiple part numbers, which also can be found in " The Netherlands"

    TIA
    Race on

    Bakhol
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  3. Daguru

    Daguru Rally drivers do it in the Dirt

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    I have those parts spare, if you have no luck with the company I would be happy to send them on to you :thumbs
  4. JonBakhol

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    He @Daguru

    Thanks the reply. Do you have any idea how these pieces are called? Or maybe you have a part number?

    Thanks,

    Bakhol
  5. Daguru

    Daguru Rally drivers do it in the Dirt

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    If I would to guess I would say motor coupler and bush.

    But that’s a guess.
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    The ones Motion Dynamics sell in Australia are called Motor/Gearbox Spider Coupling Set: https://www.motiondynamics.com.au/motor-gearbox-spider-coupling-set-metal.html
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  7. JonBakhol

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    @noorbeast

    Thanks for the info. I sorted it out with the guys in England.
    Got 4 sets of these couplings for just the freight charge.

    Thanks anyhow

    Ride on
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    Was it the plastic/rubber bush that had failed ?

    What spec motor and gear ratio do you use ?
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  10. JonBakhol

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    All in the additional question. (I think, or nodo I not thinking. That is the question)
    20200429_213959.jpg
    It is a ZYT90-155-24-3000 with an matching worm-wheel 1:50 from
    https://www.motioncontrolproducts.co.uk/products/8/167/dc-brushed-geared-motor-90zyt--mcp2---mcp4/

    Ride on
    Bakhol

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