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Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby speedy » Sun 21. Oct 2012, 14:58

Greetings every one ...

I won't say I was stuck for so long with this project in technical problems ... as every one is having his own ... but with the help of good friends here and good Google searching and reading all comments on every corner ... technically you can come out with something ... really thanks to Mr. Prilad ... :D :D



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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby prilad » Sun 21. Oct 2012, 17:51

speedy wrote:this is the rear actuator of the 3Dof simulator ... the other two are being assembled with the frame waiting my BEE chair [ black and yellow ] :lol: ... and will show you the hole simulator soon ...

Excellent , my friend. Congratulations on a great start. I already can imagine what will be your project. And look forward to continuing.

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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby chris62 » Sun 21. Oct 2012, 20:48

Hi
really amazing! This is for what I am looking for. Is there a possibility to share with me or other interested person?
That would be great!

best regards

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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby motiondave » Mon 22. Oct 2012, 00:25

what are the actuators?
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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby Riton » Tue 23. Oct 2012, 08:23

Hi,
I can't see the video it is a private video
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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby speedy » Mon 15. Jul 2013, 05:27

Riton wrote:Hi,
I can't see the video it is a private video


Hi Riton and every one .. the original post is updated with what you really want to see .

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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby vicpopo » Mon 15. Jul 2013, 07:15

Hi Speedy,

Great job ! Did the drivers got their driving licence ? :lol:

You use AC motors with inverters , I suppose.What board did you use to drive them? ;)

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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby speedy » Mon 15. Jul 2013, 21:17

Hi Vic:
As you may remember ...
http://www.x-sim.de/forum/viewtopic.php?f=39&t=237
It is an AVR controller with ATMEGA8535,USB,ALE/FW


And not to invent the wheel from the beginning ...So the HW story based and started on Thanos AMC1.5 AVR cause I didn't find ATMEGA644 locally here in Egypt to build the 1.6 USB ... and wanted to modify it to become USB interface like the 1.6 Board ... because no more than one serial interface in today's computers/laptops to make 4DOF with 2 boards connected to the USO in the x-sim SW ... thanks to Prilad for his support support .


So, I used the alternative Prilad's FW to manage to get through this [ as per the above link ] ...
And with his big help he found the problem and added the correct programming fuses to suite this option ... I know it may be a simple principle for a programmer "not me" to do ... but it shows that he has a leading help attitude and he is very good with strong heart and has the big peace to handle whatever comes next of problems ...
And second thing I guess he opened a window to pick and match all needed hardware for every one and he enjoy that ... unlike Apple .

Then, here comes the good part ... calibration, safety, reversing,.. options I found in his controlling SW satisfying every needs ...
I'm still using these options to tilt the simulator for oiling " maintenance positions " or measuring something down under the chair base ... you don't have to be online :?:

All information's needed is in the first page of the above link.

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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby speedy » Mon 15. Jul 2013, 22:22

actually in the future I'll be back to wiper motors but with this big effect rule ... Pulleys !!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9T7tGos ... DEB9936689


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Re: Speedy 3DOF VFD's 3~Motors + 80Km Air effect

Postby speedy » Tue 30. Jul 2013, 00:07

Good day every one ...


I guess that this Planetary Drive is an excellent way for using small fast motors moving a big inertia load regarding not supporting it's wight ...



so the load can be wired like the scanner unit in any copy machine and driven easily via pulleys .

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