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Fixed seat upgrade 2DOF dynamic seat

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by czgui, Apr 2, 2020.

  1. czgui

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    The final picture, the line is fixed with a rubber strip, which is very convenient.
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    nice job ..can you tell me the name of the power supply and the motor ... i use car wipermotor with pc power supply butits not good it cant hold the weight
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    The previous power supply has been eliminated, and now I use this power supply: HP 750W60A server power supply.
    The electrode uses a "12V200W" turbo worm geared motor with a speed of 1800, a reduction ratio of 30, and 60 rpm.
    If 40 revolutions per minute, there is more torque.
    I'm outside, go back and take pictures for you.
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    what is the name of the motor....how much can the motor take weight.. it can get around 200kg?!
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    is this good? 12v 200w 120rpm


    it can take weight? for person chair with steering wheel and pedels ?
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    [QUOTE =“ absyfadhel1,post:197001,member:27614”]what is the name of the motor....how much can the motor take weight.. it can get around 200kg?![/ QUOTE]
    200W motor should be able to bear 200kg weight. Mainly depends on the motor output radius and the reduction ratio, which will affect the motor torque.
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    what you advise me to take to apply my project if i chose 200w 12v 60 rpm with about 60:1 ost good if not what is the best ratio recution for the 200kg build and thanx