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bz1mcr
08-17-2005, 10:05 PM
Many CDROM motor builders have appreciated the instructions that come with StrongRCMotors.com's motor kits. Great for beginners and experienced builders alike it includes information helpful in picking wire size and winding turns as well as Y and Delta connections. Sort of a book of Knowlwdge on CDROM based motors. It's now available at http://www.wattflyer.com/pdf/strongmotor.pdf

Don, AKA owner http://www.strongrcmotors.com

ron_van_sommeren
08-17-2005, 10:16 PM
Why not put the instructions on your website Don?

bz1mcr
08-18-2005, 03:16 AM
Would you believe, I can't figure out how. I generated my own web site using MSFrontPage and I am amazed it works at all. Any experienced web builders want to help?
Don

EDIT 8/26 thanks to PM's from debhicks, The instructions to all STRONG Products are now available at www.strongrcmotors.com

bz1mcr
08-25-2005, 10:05 PM
I just built a 1.3 stator GBx can motor with STRONG curved magnets. 13 Turns of #24 wire filled her up. A quick bench test showed 6.0A on a 7-3.5 prop. using an old 1020 3S pack. No time to get RPM's, off to fly it in a new powered slope soaring plane. The weather is just too nice.

olmod
08-26-2005, 12:44 PM
Using strongrcmotor.com curved magnets and stator n bearings,this 22 gram is real smooth and not prone to overheating.

New cosntruction type motor.
12 off mcs 20 n50 mags from strongrcmotors.com
15t of .5mm connected y
no load 15100 rpm@7.8 volts @ .6amp = 1935 KV
GWShd 7035 @7.4v @5amps =11200 rpm =273.27g = 9.65 oz thrust.
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GWSHD 8040 @7.1v @ 8.6 amps = 8750 rpm = 372.90g = 13.16 oz thrust.

olmod
09-01-2005, 11:22 AM
Using 3, 20mm stators and also
the 10 and 5mm curved magnets from www.strongrcmotors.com (http://www.strongrcmotors.com/)
and one of the alignment tools (btw i have one on each end of my tube handle now http://static.rcgroups.com/forums/images/smilies/wink.gif )
i found it pretty easy to put the long mags in first then place a packing piece under the tool to raise it up and then proceed to stack the shorter mags on top,take out the packer and check for alignment by sliding the tool up and down, do the black max things ,spin ballance ect. everything fitted together nicely with a .2mm magnetic gap , i am open to suggestions on a wind
single wire of course http://static.rcgroups.com/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif cheers.Lez.

Smash
09-01-2005, 01:59 PM
Just for the pictures: http://forum.rcmodell.hu/viewtopic.php?t=6507

Andrew

bz1mcr
09-01-2005, 02:58 PM
Using 3, 20mm stators and also
the 10 and 5mm curved magnets from www.strongrcmotors.com (http://www.strongrcmotors.com/)
and one of the alignment tools (btw i have one on each end of my tube handle now http://static.rcgroups.com/forums/images/smilies/wink.gif )
i found it pretty easy to put the long mags in first then place a packing piece under the tool to raise it up and then proceed to stack the shorter mags on top,take out the packer and check for alignment by sliding the tool up and down, do the black max things ,spin ballance ect. everything fitted together nicely with a .2mm magnetic gap , i am open to suggestions on a wind
single wire of course http://static.rcgroups.com/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif cheers.Lez.

Looks like the start of a nice triple! Since a triple has a Kv 1/3 of a single It seems you ought to use a single wire three times larger crossection and 'fill her up'. I suspect that means about #22 wire which is the largest I stock. Probably some where around 5T.
You did not indicate a prop, air craft weight, flying style, battery voltage, battery current limit, or intent to use a gear box (and if so a gear ratio)... As you know, these factors are important to winding selection. A final thought about winding, I normally favor single wire winds myself, but with a triple and especially if the desired turns is under 7 I would seriously consider mulpiple strands of smaller wire. Remember, at five turns each turn is 20%, so if 5 turns of big wire just won't fit you could be using only 80% of the available space with 4 T. It is possible say triple strands of 1/3 sied wire may allow 5 T anf fill the space because it gets into the corners better. Besides If you use triple strand you can use the wire sizes we are all most used to, and have available.


I have been getting a few requests for curved magnets for triples. Most are requesting magnets for triple GBx can motors. I am trying to decide if the is enough demand to get some made, so if you would like some send me a PM inticating what size magnets you want and if I get enough interest I will get some.
Don

olmod
09-10-2005, 03:54 AM
I have to put my tripple and others on standby for the moment ,pending the replacement of my CC p25 it wont start any of my motors on 2sp and on 3sp although they run the temperature of the controller is a wee bit hot.:(

olmod
09-10-2005, 06:32 AM
This is a nice motor once again built with strongrcmotors parts,;)

12 off mcs 20 n50 mags from strongrcmotors.com
13t of .5mm connected y
no load 16800 rpm@7.2 volts @ 1amp = 2333 KV

GWShd 6030 @7.2v @ 13000 rpm @ 5 amps = 250.7g =8.85 oz thrust.
GWShd 7035 @7.2v @ 12000rpm @6.5 amps = 318.9 g= 11.62 oz thrust. :D

cheers Lez.

Reddog
09-25-2005, 02:52 PM
Just for the pictures: http://forum.rcmodell.hu/viewtopic.php?t=6507

Andrew

Is there a way to translate this to English? I'm thinking there's a program to translate this to English, but can't find it. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
Dick

olmod
09-27-2005, 09:03 AM
If you google ''translators'' you will find some options.

Reddog
09-27-2005, 02:45 PM
Thanks, Olmod.
I tried that, without much luck.

ForestCam
09-27-2005, 05:52 PM
Is there a way to translate this to English? I'm thinking there's a program to translate this to English, but can't find it. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
Dick

It's slow but...
http://www.tranexp.com:2000/InterTran?type=url&url=http%3A%2F%2Fforum.rcmodell.hu%2Fviewtopic.php %3Ft%3D6507&text=&from=hun&to=eng

timocharis
09-27-2005, 07:43 PM
Don,

Nice looking kits!

There doesn't appear to be a way to order a kit with curved magnets but without a motor mount. Considering how many folks probably already have mounts but would like a curvie can, that might be a problematic omission.

Is there an appropriate shaft to choose if you're just going to incorporate an add-on propsaver for greater flexibility?


Dave "Can't stop building motors" North

bz1mcr
10-07-2005, 02:06 AM
Don,

Nice looking kits!

There doesn't appear to be a way to order a kit with curved magnets but without a motor mount. Considering how many folks probably already have mounts but would like a curvie can, that might be a problematic omission.

Is there an appropriate shaft to choose if you're just going to incorporate an add-on propsaver for greater flexibility?


Dave "Can't stop building motors" North
Dave,
To order a (22.7 mm stator) Kit with curved magnets, w/o a mount, start with a BasicKit (BK22) then add curved magnets (MCS22) and wire of your choice. Total parts cost $21.75

The PS2 plain prop shaft and light weight hub cans are intended for those who want to use a prop adapter. They can be optioned into to a BasicKit or SuperKit by selecting the "Kit Hub and Shaft Selection" (SHS) and specifiying the light weight hub and plain shaft.

ScubaSteve
11-27-2006, 03:09 PM
I need to hit this forum a bit more often...

Extensive (and growing) info on everything DIY brushless:
http://www.gobrushless.com/kb

socal swimmer
11-30-2006, 02:52 AM
... shouldnt this be in the "brushless motor construction" forum?

i know its new so its really no big deal ... but i just thought it should be.

bz1mcr
08-21-2008, 02:45 PM
The CD is not a DVD disk. It is an ordinary computer CD-ROM. It works on both Macintosh and Windows computers. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded free from the Adobe website; and Apple QuickTime player, which can be downloaded free from the Apple website.
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Elizabeth,
It is not clear why you posted this here. Tell us more and maybe we can help.
Don

gfdengine204
08-21-2008, 04:48 PM
Elizabeth,
It is not clear why you posted this here. Tell us more and maybe we can help.
Don

Don,

Her post appears to be spam; the link is also dead, but checking where it appears to go, it looks like a company overseas. I have taken care of the matter.