neptronix wrote:If your stator is toast, let me know. I've been meaning to upgrade to a 10T motor lately.
I've got an 8T stator in pristine condition.
fechter wrote:That looks brutal
I'd suggest testing continuity from the end of the hall cable to the pads for the hall pins to make sure they all made a connection.
fechter wrote:There isn't much clearance for the wires and they tend to rub against the rotor. I like your epoxy approach to hold them down. I hate stuffing the wires though that 90 deg. bend in the hole. I wish they could have run them in a slot along the outside of the axle like an X5 motor.
I was tempted to make a ring of holes in the rotor that sort of line up with the windings to allow air to pass through. If there is enough clearance, there could be some vanes along the edge of the holes to turn it into sort of a fan when it spins. This would help tranfer heat away from the windings and to the outer case where it can be dissipated.
stripedtuna wrote:Thats awesome.
I love this cooking show.. well, "How to un-cook a Mac"..
Great effort mate..
fechter wrote:The cooling holes look good. They could probably be a bit larger without causing structural problems.
How did you get the chips off the magnets? That's always a problem when machining things around magnets.
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