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Old July 7th, 2011, 06:54 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Yep, I agree. These kind of posts are great! You can go starting debates on many others machine parts and design solutions. Tell us the diffrerences and why do you think your machine is better than others.
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Old July 7th, 2011, 07:44 AM   #32 (permalink)
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MORE FACTS
Q. How can you minimize the size of a major drive component such as a motor and its reducer while maximizing output torque capacity?
A. Introduce mechanical advantage or ratios where possible.
Example: An application requires 700 in-lbs of torque at 90 RPM utilizing a 1HP 1750 RPM motor (36 in-lbs. of torque generated from 1HP motor SCI)

Option 1 - 20:1 reducer with 720 in-lbs of output torque capacity. 36 in-lbs X 20:1 ratio = 720 in-lbs capacity less efficiency loss through reducer.

Option 2 - 10:1 gear reducer. 36 in-lbs X 10:1 ratio = 360 in-lbs capacity less efficiency loss through reducer plus a 2:1 chain drive from reducer to drive shaft

Option 2 would be most economical because we are reducing the gearbox size requirements (capacity needed) by half and still mainating the application torque requirements at the drive shaft with the use of the chain drive.

Note: The more HP or torque that the application needs to transmit, the more money that can be saved by multiplying torque through reducers and auxiliary drive components.

Q. Why use a worm gear reducer?
A. A worm gear reducer is a right angle gear solution that allows the maximum speed reduction in the smallest package.
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Old July 7th, 2011, 08:30 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Yep, I agree. These kind of posts are great! You can go starting debates on many others machine parts and design solutions. Tell us the diffrerences and why do you think your machine is better than others.
This statement Spiderman is about to make sums up what you should be looking for when buying:

at the end of the day it's NEVER truly about product, service, etc. it's about the impact made on the companies ability to make $$$ MONEY $$$


So ... Your job as a buyer is to figure out what makes your business "tick" -then- determine what machine/brand will make it "tick the loudest"

Printex offers you the BEST ratio of Technology, Features with Benefits, Price -vs- Costs, etc.
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This statement Spiderman is about to make sums up what you should be looking for when buying:

at the end of the day it's NEVER truly about product, service, etc. it's about the impact made on the companies ability to make $$$ MONEY $$$


So ... Your job as a buyer is to figure out what makes your business "tick" -then- determine what machine/brand will make it "tick the loudest"

Printex offers you the BEST ratio of Technology, Features with Benefits, Price -vs- Costs, etc.
Not sure what this has to do with the topic at hand. Again hijacking..
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Old July 7th, 2011, 10:35 PM   #35 (permalink)
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Not sure what this has to do with the topic at hand. Again hijacking..
His way of spinning away from the facts
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Old March 22nd, 2019, 06:30 AM   #36 (permalink)
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Hi all
May I get help pls
I want to know what the gearbox to
Used for the same motors and the same
Application?
And if i want to change the same application
But with steppers motors

What size i do needs ?
Is gearbox needed with stepper motor
In this application
I want to make the same print armhead
Thanks
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