|Feb 08, 2014, 12:36 AM|
L16-R 50mm linear servos are in!
We have just received our first small shipment of L16-Rs!
L16-50-35-6-R - 50mm 35:1 gearing
L16-50-63-6-R - 50mm 63:1 gearing
L16-50-150-6-R - 50mm 150:1 gearing
Available online now!
The L16-R will also come in 100mm and 140mm stroke lengths. We should have the first 100mm units out next week.
|Mar 06, 2014, 07:24 AM|
do you guys think its possible to change the CARF Mig 29 gear to your electric actuators?!
Here are some pic.
Main and front gear lock only with the cylinder pressure.
Does the actuator accept landing shocks with the plastic parts?!
To have high forces you have to take the 1:150 version, but that is really slow.
I´ve found a german dealer for your actuators.
Thanks for infos,
|Mar 06, 2014, 01:16 PM|
While I think it would be possible to use our actuators instead of pneumatic or hydraulic cylinders for such applications, I do worry about the weight and shock they would have to bear on landing breaking the drive nut, which would cause the actuator to collapse.
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