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Showroom DIY 3 dof with effect yaw

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by hoyang, Mar 11, 2018.

  1. hoyang

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    good work look forward to seeing everything mounted on your simulator.
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    Great project!!! Congrats.
    What type of DC motor did you use? How Many NM, RPM?
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    I used 12v wiper motors.
    they are not very powerful but they are doing their job for the moment.
    I think to change the engines later.
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  5. hoyang

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    update of the simulator
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  6. hoyang

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    when destiny offers you reducers. A few months ago, I found in a bin three-phase motors. Their winding was down.
    So I recovered the reducers to fit my stimulator. 20190418_212340.jpg 20190418_212321.jpg
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  7. hoyang

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    construction of a bucket seat for my simulator.
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    respect for the design
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  9. hoyang

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    Thank you. I try to make it aesthetic and comfortable
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    weekend activity:
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    foam assembly and shaping.
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  11. hoyang

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    rear view and construction of a seat cover
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    You are a wizadrd to me :eek: what ... does the simulator really work this way? If so what gearbox/reducer ratio are you prefer? WoW.
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    thank you very much, the reducers have a 1/30 ratio, yes the simulator works like this but it will require 2 motor a little faster (1500 rpm) because with 850 rpm there is a small loss of sensations on certain effect .
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    following the construction of my seat back realization of a seat cover and painting of the first layer.
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    small addition to the seat back to create an additional vibration effect
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    Replacement of the screen and creation of an arcade style support.
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