I am still confused with the FOC mode and Normal BLDC mode. After I said yesterday, that I have heard FOC will decrease the top speed of the board I was rethinking why. When I understand it correctly the Filed Oriented Control offers the possibility for field weakening. With that field weakening one can get a higher top speed. (like other e-bike controllers does) Maybe I should read more about that topic.
You said that it took a while to figure the drilling with the drill press out. Can you maybe share what was the best way to do it? I must do that in the future for my motor and I think it will help when I have a certain procedure. My new 15mm pulleys have no threads in it, so I have the freedom to put them where I want. My idea was to drill one hole to the end of the pulley (the part that is near to the motor without the teeth) and one directly in the middle of the pulley between two teeth. Both holes 90 degrees offset. Do you think that would be a good idea? You drilled with 3mm, right?whitepony wrote: finally I drilled 2 small dimples into the SK6374 168KV shaft. took a while until i figured out how to do that properly with the drill press but Im really happy with it - I hit the exact spot so that the pulley "snaps" into the right place by the 2 grub screws. dont think Ill have issues with traction like that and probably the shaft is less weakened compared to a keyway?