Description:I want a design for a device that will rotate a wheel about 10 inches in outer diameter about 1 complete rotation back and forth. I prefer for the device to sit on the floor and rotate the wheel back and forth instead of attaching to the carriage frame since I don’t have any carriage specs and they may vary depending on which model is being used The device could attach to the wheel itself, rim or tire. It should be adjustable though to fit on a few different size wheels. It should be designed to be able to adjust to a wheel from 7 - 10 inches.
Wants:I want it to be a simple and efficient design. The less degrees of freedom the better provided it has the required motion and functions properly. Designs with clear “Design For Manufacturing” capability will be valued more. Inclusion of the following points will also increase probability of choosing your design.
-recommended rotary actuator model part number
It should be very EASY to install on wheel and set up.
File Size Limit:5 MB - 9.9 MB
#1 Wheel rocker V01 by Catalin
This is a design based on a small electric motor powered by a 9V battery and a switch that reverse the motor rotation. Is simple, cheap and functional. Between the motor and the wheel for low current consumption and a soft movement there is a gearbox based on an RC reductor. on the wheel there is a pin that after a full rotation hits the switch button changing the electric motor polarization reversing the rotation of the wheel.
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