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simulateur 3 dof heave, motor 350w 24V

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by willaupuis, Apr 7, 2016.

  1. willaupuis

    willaupuis Member

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    presentation 350w motor I used

    24V 60 RPM 350W 45NM
    weight : 5 kg

    smolka vs 350w

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    modification axe moteur
    modification motor shaft

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    préparation des futurs support moteur:
    preparation of future engine support:

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    soudure et mise en peinture
    welding, painting process

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    pose des moteurs
    fixing Engines

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    pose du plateau supérieur
    fixing the upper plate

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    premier test en vidéo
    first test video



    to be continued
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  5. RacingMat

    RacingMat Well-Known Member Gold Contributor

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    Very clever and nice design :)
    Congratulations!

    Eager to see it under load: 350w x 3 should be fine hopefully :)
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    Tes manivelles travail sous quels angles ?

    Your cranks are working in what respects?
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    1. Thats cool.
    2. Have you checked to see if will hold you?
    3. You going to use any dampers?
    4. How are you going to handle wheel/joystick? /connected or not(Like a seat mover)
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    @shannonb1 : I know @willaupuis and his motion simulator. I am building the same in wood but I had a problem with a shaft because we have to change them (you can see the difference between the two first pictures). I will share my work when it will be resolved.
    These motors are 45Nm so yes it can hold him. Damper are not necessary.
    He's building a seat mover.
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    Love it "Dampers are not necessary" , only poor design relates to damper use.
    A bit of flex going on , but early days yet.
    And the optical illusion of the threaded rod being bent of front left hand side, bugger threw me for a six before I went , na couldn't be .

    Keep the updates flowing , looking promising.
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    Thank you for your feedback.
    renforcement de la structure:
    reinforcing the structure:
    préparation peinture et soudure
    weld preparation and painting

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    mise en peinture
    for painting

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    montage des moteurs
    montage renfort moteurs

    mounting motors
    mounting reinforcement motors

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  11. willaupuis

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    prochaine étape:
    le branchement électrique des moteurs.
    montage du siège


    next step:
    the electrical connection of the motors.
    assembly seat
  12. Nick Moxley

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    Interesting build but, I would very much be concerned about the attachment points to the Frame itself. Those Rails and how thin they really are will start to "oval" out the holes in the frame over time, I would either tack those in place, or rethink the way you've attached them. I foresee that being a failure point. Also whats preventing them from sliding left or right ? just the friction of the joint ?

    Picture is worth a 1000 words.
    blah.jpg
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    les rotules sont emprisonnées par deux écrous et des rondelles
    donc c'est eux qui font l'articulation,,
    et les tube coupé en angle servent de rondelle et serrent de chaque coté pour empécher un mouvement gauche droite du plateau supérieur


    the balls are trapped by two nuts and washers
    So it is they who are the joint,,
    and the tube cut angle used washer and tighten each side to prevent a right left movement of the upper plate
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    Ah ok, i see it now. Those Bushings are actual washers that have been cut on the angle. Im following you now, That should be ok then. Sucks they have to be a little un even due to overlapping the Frame rails. but Either way, my concern's have been alleviated.

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    je commence a travailler sur le siège: placement de la structure brut, premier test de l'assise mobile sous l'effet surge
    I started working on the seat: fixing the seat structure, the first test of mobile sitting under with surge effect
    je dois encore travailler sur les palettes dorsale
    I still have to work on pallets back

    motor 24V 120W 25NM, weight 2,2 kg


    simulateur 350w with effect sway only
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    height simulator

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    Nice job....
    What is the weight of seat and driver supposed to be?
    Is 120 W enough on long term use ?
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    je pèse 64 kg
    c'est mon deuxième siège a retour de force
    il n'y aura pas de problème avec le moteur

    I weigh 64 kg
    this is my second seat back strength
    there will be no problem with the motor
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    I like this one, can use this as motion stand platform instead of seating?
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    Interesting Surge concept, Curious how does that feels on the pedals/feet when you have big braking/throttle moments ? Does it feel like in real life where the Momentum forwards actually helps adding pressure to the brake pedal ?