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MAE 184 – Spring ’08 Page1 of 2 Clock Project Notes Standard Parts: These notes are meant only as a guide with some suggestions as to how you might accomplish some of the tasks associated with the Clock Project. They generally are not meant to be followed step by step and should not hamper your creativity in relation to the project. You can start out with a format similar to that on the original drawing with columns for Part Number, Qty, and Description . Another column for the pitch diameter of each of the gears will be handy when you lay out the gear train. Motor: A catalog cut sheet of the motor can be found at http://www.hansen- motor.com/images/pdf/pmSyncron.pdf
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Unformatted text preview: . The actual motor has slightly different dimensions than shown below, but the basic foot-print is the same, so these should get you going. The electrical leads will come directly out from the bottom of the motor. MAE 184 – Spring ’08 Page2 of 2 Clock Project Notes Shafts and Bushings: We have some 1/8” SS (Stainless Steel) shaft available that can be cut to any desired length. We will also have some bronze bushings that can be used for bearing surfaces for the shafts. The Part number is FBB-02/04; you can use the guide below to create the bushing part model. http://www.smallparts.com/products/descriptions/tbb-sbb-fbb.cfm...
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