The teacher said it is possible to use an epicyclic gearing with no axis fixed but nobody use the gearing like that. I watched this video:
at time 42s it's possible to watch it. I have 2 questions:
1) Is it possible to used the epicycloidal train with no axis fixed ?
2) If yes, what is the ratio of reduction ? is it dependant of the torque ?
Maybe if you have a link ?
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm looking for this case, but each time the epicyclic gearing is used with one fixed axis.