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Circular motorization, how can I do it?


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Asmodeus 
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Also something to consider using instead of the bearing you showed use a thrust bearing....It is designed to have weight pushed down on it and will not bind under loads...
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philbish wrote:
I appreciate all the help! I am going to order that christmas tree spinner :)

Let me know how it works out for you.  I just might pull out mine and do some experimenting

do it right the first time ....or do it again and again and again...
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I have something that is perfict for that but they might be a little out of what you want to spend. they are made by oriental motor and are the hollow rotary actuators or the DG series motor.
http://www2.catalognavigator.com/orientalmotor/viewitems/linear-motion--1091/dg-series-hollow-rotary-actuators?&plpver=1018&forward=1&backtoname=&pane=
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Starting at $1400 Circular motorization, how can I do it? - Page 3 -- posted image.
I think I'd be better off fabricating something myself.
But I will look into this anyways and see if I can get some ideas.
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You could use a small motor using a small gear running a large gear on the outside circumfrence of your box. The motor would be stationary and would turn the box for you.
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