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Linear actuator with 1,8 Kw AC servo motor

Discussion in 'Motor actuators and drivers' started by jsoftware, Nov 14, 2020.

  1. jsoftware

    jsoftware New Member

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    My 3DOF platform with three AC servo motors and gearboxes works well. Now I am building a linear actuator using this motor. Final goal is a 6DOF platform based on this new actuator.

    Power: 1,8 Kw
    Displacement: > 200mm
    Maximal linear speed: 500 mm/s

    Size: 720 mm x 120 mm
    Weight: 18 Kg

    Ball screw: 16 mm
    Step: 10 mm

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    Looks solid :thumbs
    I used 1.8kw servos on my new rig and only regret not going for the 2010 screws instead of the 2005 that I have fitted. The servo certainly has the torque to push the 2010 even with a heavy rig.
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    Yeah, really powerful servo and has reasonable price. I like it very much. But you can easily replace your 2005 with 2010 if you want to :)
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2020
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    cfischer Active Member Gold Contributor

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    I have 10mm pitch actuators and I recommend you go 2025 if/when you upgrade with the travel you're looking at.
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    1250mm/sec....:eek:.
  7. jsoftware

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    hahah... no, thanks. That's gonna be a catapult simulator. Racing on this thing can be dangerous. Besides, for 25mm step one should take more powerful motors