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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Here is some basic information:

Part A requires 23.34lb.ft. (31.644 Nm) of torque @ 3600 RPM to function.

Part B is a slave motor, 12VDC(or BLDC).

This inquiry is specifically directed at Part B:

Is it possible to achieve the target required torque rating using Part B?

I have calculated 1/4 HP motor @450RPM, with an 8:1 G.R. to be 23.3416, which is right on target, but finding this motor has proven to be extremely challenging (custom built motor of this spec is over 10K USD *yikes*), so I wanted to reach out an see if there were any other options I can explore (and afford) to reach my target using this motor setup(i.e.-type, RPM, torque rating, G.R.)

Part A is fixed and cannot be changed, as is the power supply in Part B

Thanks for any help.

Part A requires 23.34lb.ft. (31.644 Nm) of torque @ 3600 RPM to function.

Part B is a slave motor, 12VDC(or BLDC).

This inquiry is specifically directed at Part B:

Is it possible to achieve the target required torque rating using Part B?

I have calculated 1/4 HP motor @450RPM, with an 8:1 G.R. to be 23.3416, which is right on target, but finding this motor has proven to be extremely challenging (custom built motor of this spec is over 10K USD *yikes*), so I wanted to reach out an see if there were any other options I can explore (and afford) to reach my target using this motor setup(i.e.-type, RPM, torque rating, G.R.)

Part A is fixed and cannot be changed, as is the power supply in Part B

Thanks for any help.