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…And Now…. The Witch Winch : Building a Practical Gearbox. By Benjamin Kidd. What is a Gearbox?. A box of gears

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The witch winch building a practical gearbox

…And Now…

The Witch Winch:Building a Practical Gearbox

By Benjamin Kidd

ENGR-162/12 - Benjamin W. Kidd


What is a gearbox

What is a Gearbox?

  • A box of gears

  • More specifically, an assembly to which a prime mover (such as a motor, gasoline engine, etc) is mounted to, and interconnects with gears for the purposes of speed and torque alterations (See Basic Practical Mechanics presentation)

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What is a winch

What is a Winch?

  • A device used to wind a rope or cable for lifting or pulling.

From http://www.ramsey.com/winches/

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Building a gearbox materials

Building a Gearbox - Materials

DCM-216

All Electronics

GR-5

All Electronics

270-1806

Radioshack

It is recommended to purchase a project box instead of building one.

Bottle Cap

Coat Hanger

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Building the gearbox the pinion

Building the Gearbox: The Pinion

  • Mount the pinion gear to the motor shaft – In the case of the DCM-216 and GR-5, the motor shaft must be built up to fit snugly with the gear.

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Attaching the pinion

Attaching the pinion

  • Epoxy the pinion gear to the motor (Use epoxy. Glue gun and super glue may not hold.)

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The gearbox

The Gearbox

  • Mount the motor to the Gearbox using the front mounting screws.

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Motor mounting above view

Motor Mounting – Above View

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Driven gear mounting

Driven Gear Mounting

  • Use same procedure with driven gear as pinion – mount to coat hanger (or other material suitable to be used as a shaft.)

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Driven gear mounting1

Driven Gear Mounting

  • Spindle added for “Winch” on driven gear shaft.

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Gearbox

Gearbox

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How fast does it wind a string

How fast does it wind a string?

  • To calculate, we need to know the number of times the winch shaft turns per unit time, and the circumference of the winch.

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Calculating shaft speed

Calculating Shaft Speed

  • Assumptions

    • Motor RPM = 6000 RPM

    • Gearing Ratio 1:5 (pinion:gear)

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Calculating winding time

Calculating Winding Time

  • Need Diameter of Winch Spindle

    • d = 3/8”

  • Find circumference

  • Now calculate winding time

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Spindle speed table

Spindle Speed Table

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