Originally Posted by kinderkram
You might want to follow Jack's advice and look into the Electric Motor Design and Construction forum.
There are already several threads dealing with the DT750, i.e.
I did. The DT750 thread is over 100 pages and seems to be discussing only winding with the intention of spinning props, not for winding for this specific and new application on a gimbal. So I just don't see that as being helpful information. Maybe I'm missing something. ?
I've been reading everything I can on how to rewind, and the process itself looks rather simple. It's deciding on the wire thickness and number of turns for various motors for this unique application that has stumped me.
Originally Posted by JussiH
0.16 is probably a bit too thin for a DT750, youd be approaching 170-180 turns with that. Another guy used DT750 with 100 and 130 turns of 0.2
You are aiming to get a resistance of between 5 and 15 ohms between two phases on the finished motor.
Ok. Thank you. I will try and find info on how to do that test to get in that resistance range.
That helps me get going in the right direction.