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Brushless DC Motor

Brushless DC Motor

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Description

2017/7/13 3DModel upload

Comments
User_x176

Super travail merci

2 months ago
X120

How big is the gap between the interior rotating electromagnets and the surrounding stationary permanent magnets? The space between those two rotationally interacting magnets looks a bit big for an electronic engine design of this type.

2 months ago
X176

I'm sorry, I am not good at English. Because I am using a translation machine, I do not understand difficult English.
Rendering uses Fusion 360.
The previous question was not understood by me. I'm sorry.

2 months ago
X120

Which program was used to Generate these renderings? They look great.

2 months ago
X176

Hello , why is there misalignment between the stator magnets and the rotor coils. It is on purpose. Thank you

3 months ago
User_x176

Excellent! A work of art.

3 months ago
X176

thank you.
Control is done with Arduino and ESC.
https://garchiving.com/attitude-control-algorithm-pwm-in-arduino-of-quadcopter/

3 months ago
X120

Like a work of art. Is there any chips in it to control the current and timing?

3 months ago
User_x176

nice work.

3 months ago
X176

Hey, thats a great design man!!!!!

4 months ago
User_x176

Really well done!

5 months ago
User_x176

Sono Interessato. Franck

5 months ago
User_x176

Mi interessa. Franco Tomasini

5 months ago
User_x176

Super cool!

5 months ago
User_x176

Vraiment du beau travail la perfection !

5 months ago
X176

Nice details

6 months ago
User_x176

Molto Bene. Franco Tomasini

7 months ago
X120

Very nice modelling and rendering.
Where the wires will be connected, identify please.

7 months ago
User_x176

its so cool

7 months ago
User_x176

The rotor actually is blue hollow cylinder with short shaft with thread. It is equipped with the constant magnets on the inner wall (dark grey blocks, visible only on the exploded model or in the cross section). The stator is with the coils on it. The model doesn't provide any connections to the coils. The motor is mounted via screws inside the holes in the blue bottom base, which is tied to stator.

7 months ago
User_x176

Beautiful! Teach me!

7 months ago
X176

I fancy that gorgeous clean rendering. :(

7 months ago
User_x176

Simply speechless.......the best

8 months ago
User_x176

Amazing!

9 months ago
X176

This looks good

9 months ago
User_x176

dig the anodized blue finish. great job

10 months ago
User_x176

NEAT

11 months ago
X120

Nice work!

11 months ago
User_x176

Men uchun bu qadar katta rahmat. Bu qurilma haqida hamma narsa yoqadi. Menga juda yordam berdi. Shuningdek, men bu tilda gapirmayman, men 100% ingliz tilida gapiryapman. Qotib kulish.

11 months ago
X176

The brushless motor turns by 3-phase AC

12 months ago
User_x176

Well done! Very well done! But just a question: if it is a Brushless Motor how it works as all bobbins wire are on the rotor?

about 1 year ago
X176

Of course. you don't have to ask.

about 1 year ago
User_x176

Is it okay to download and use this model for the purpose of demonstration.

about 1 year ago
User_x176

very impressive indeed

about 1 year ago
X120

  good job!

about 1 year ago
User_x176

I really like it!

over 1 year ago
User_x176

Awesome........and beyond!

over 1 year ago
User_x176

how can i see this machine drawings

over 1 year ago
User_x176

跟真的一样呢

over 1 year ago
X176

Dear All
thank you.3D model upload.

over 1 year ago
User_x176

How can I download this?

over 1 year ago
User_x176

where is machine drawings

over 1 year ago
X176

you are amazing , Electrical Engineers send Thanks For You

over 1 year ago
X176
Imo G
Japan
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