• Understanding required torque for a motor Stack Exchange

    Understanding required torque for a motor lifting a weight. Ask Question So now if I want to move that weight I need to find a stepper motor that can output more than 0.022 Nm of torque right If I provide the initial 10 m/s speed with a push from my hand so the motor reaches that speed will the motor only have to provide 0.22Nm plus

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  • Horsepower to Torque ConverterNcalculators

    Generally horsepower is a unit for measuring the power of various electrical motors piston engines steam turbines etc and it is equal to 746 watts or 33 0000 lb-ft per minute. Whereas Torque is a moment of twisting force that causes a machinery to rotate about an axis and it is usually represented in Newton meter (N.m).

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  • uxcell 12V DC 208RPM Gear Motor Micro Speed Reduction

    POSITIVE-NEGATIVE ROTATION You also can adjust the speed but the motor speed can only be reduced can not be raised. Low noise and high torque such as 10rpm can drive 15 kilograms. WHAT YOU GET A pretty small little motor has gear reduction box and motor

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  • Reducing RPM on 3480 RPM Single Phase Electric Motor

    Aug 09 2016 · Thanks for all the information I worked on pricing out the "full pulley" vs Gear Box options today. It seems like the Gear Box option actually works out to be cheaper in the long run. If I run a 3.05 OD pulley off my motor and a 9.25 pulley on the (50 1) gear box I should be able to bring 3480 RPMS downn to 23 RPMs.

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