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Darcy
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Hi,
Dose anyone have a cross section of a high speed low torque motor and the low speed high torque motor. i am woundering what the difference is between the internals that change the the speed and torue? or what is the difference?

thanks mike
 
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Bourdon
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It would help to know which design motor you are askin about.

I would guess you are talking about a Gerotor or Geroler design. They are the only ones I know of that use different internal designs to get the feature you are asking about.

Go to this web site and look:
http://www.hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/eBooks/ at the Basic book in Chapter 15. Starting on Page 13 you can see all the Hydraulic and Air Motor designs I am familiar with and a simplified cutaway plus an explanation of how they operate.


Bud Trinkel
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Darcy
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opps...... i am talking about a gear motor

thanks mike will read link
 
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Bernoulli
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Low speed high torque motors are normally radial piston motors
Axial piston motors are referred as high speed low torque motors.
Please follow the thread on Travel Motor in this forum.
Some more aspects are discussed.
May be this info. is what u wanted.
Thanks


anba
 
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