Configure a Gearbox Only

Part Number:

Gx-x-xx-x-xxx-x-x-xx

*The parameters/materials below are considered 'baseline', meaning the minimum information needed to create one of our 'off-the-self' systems.  If there are other parameters or materials that are more important to you please let us know by entering the information at the bottom of this section and we will revise the part number accordingly.

 

Example:  Due to durability concerns we prefer the gearhousing be made out of Titanium instead of Aluminum.

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Part Number:

Ax-x-xx-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-xx

*The parameters/materials below are considered 'baseline', meaning the minimum information needed to create one of our 'off-the-self' systems.  If there are other parameters or materials that are more important to you please let us know by entering the information at the bottom of this section and we will revise the part number accordingly.

 

Example:  Due to durability concerns we prefer the gearhousing be made out of Titanium instead of Aluminum.

Configure a Gearbox + Motor 

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Example Gearbox + Motor Part Number Configuration and Actuator Development

In this section an example actuator development process is outlined.  First step is receiving as much information from you as possible.  An example of what that data might look like is the following:

Operating Frequency = 45 Hz

Mode Decoupling Factor = 3

Drive Type = Parallel

Continuous Torque = 230 in-lbf

Nominal Current = 7 amps

Output Nominal Speed = 250RPM

Supply Voltage = 24 VDC

Output Bending Moment = 1200 in-lbf

Operating Temperature = 212 F

Primary Color = No Color, Type II Anodized

From this data RAS would configure the following part number for history and tracking purposes:

AD-A-PR-D-C-C-B-C-A-N2-0001

In approximately seven business days RAS will analyze and design an actuator that meets your requiremnts.  What falls out of this initial effort is a solid model, design overview and spec sheet (fig. 1 and fig. 2).  These files would be sent to you for review and approval.  Once you approve the design RAS will move into building the first unit/s.  

Fig 1. Design Overview

Fig 2.  Actuator Spec Sheet 

After the units are manufactured and assembled RAS will work with the customer on an acceptance test plan, if required.  RAS has a standard set of test that we put all units through but if there are other specific test that you would like us to conduct we will accommodate.  

Figure 3 is a picture of the prototype actuator built to the above specifications.  Below right is a short video of the acceptance testing cycle that was proposed by RAS and approved by the costumer.

 

After acceptance testing was completed all results plus the units were shipped to the customer.    

 

Fig 3.  Prototype Actuator 

Video 1.  Actuator Qualification Testing

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