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RE: Wiper motor differences

Further to my response, I use a potentiometer to vary the speed on one of the motors and switches to control direction of rotation on both of the mot...

2 years ago
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RE: Wiper motor differences

I did a reply to the DB workshop. I guess it doesn't post stuff like that. Here's my reply: I use 2 W/W motors on my Rose engine. One drives the ...

2 years ago
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RE: Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing wheel to use a Stepping Motor

Update to “Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing Wheel to use a Stepping motor” For those who had expressed interest, I decided to build a prototype of ...

2 years ago
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RE: Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing wheel to use a Stepping Motor

I'm going to have to give this some more thought in light of your explanation about disabling the stepper allowing it to free wheel. I appreciate your...

2 years ago
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RE: Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing wheel to use a Stepping Motor

@davee Hi Davee. Thanks for hanging in there and offering your perspective. I appreciate the effort. Coot

2 years ago
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RE: Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing wheel to use a Stepping Motor

Hi Will. Thanks for your insight. Your approach might work but how can you stop the RE spindle from turning in exactly the location where the stepper ...

2 years ago
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RE: Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing wheel to use a Stepping Motor

Hi Davee I just spent about a half hour responding and when I tried to post it went poof! and I was told that there was something wrong with my data...

2 years ago
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RE: Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing wheel to use a Stepping Motor

Yep! That would be "pawl". Thanks for your comment. Stay tuned - hopefully someone will have a workable solution. I've been mulling over making a Tap...

2 years ago
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RE: Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing wheel to use a Stepping Motor

Here are some pic's to help visualize the situation: #1 This is a view of the major Rose Engine (RE) components. Note the narrow drive belt on the l...

2 years ago
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RE: Adapting my Rose Engine Crossing wheel to use a Stepping Motor

Thanks Ron and yes, "old" fits well with Coot. I have a question; what's with the "no more attachments today" note at the bottom of this posting area...

2 years ago
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