Torque, speed, radius


by faymalaka
Tags: radius, speed, torque
faymalaka
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Oct14-10, 10:41 AM
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I have a motor

http://www.megabuy.com.au/gearbox-wi...utm_medium=cpc

and i want to attach a spindle, like a circular thing directly onto the shaft.

the circular thing has to have a radius, such that it lifts 0.5kg but does not lift 1kg,
i do not know how to find the radius so it lifts 0.5 but not 1! please help
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Oct14-10, 01:48 PM
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The specs of the motor are irrelevant, since they can't take into consideration external influences. The output of the gearbox is what matters. All that I can suggest, without breaking the forum rules about helping with homework, is that you should think of your "circular thing" as a lever arm.


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