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this description isn't very descriptive is it? ... feel free to ask me anything you wanna know

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#18 - **JNS used "*roll picture*"** **JNS rolled image ** l…  [+] (2 replies) 08/20/2015 on bester idea 0
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#31 - assdoreponyfucker (08/20/2015) [-]
It's the Belgian flag
#36 - JNS (08/20/2015) [-]
nah see ... I googled it
#76 - more speed = less torque think of torque as the "str…  [+] (2 replies) 08/20/2015 on Planetary gears +1
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#82 - badrey (08/20/2015) [-]
Wow this really explained a lot, thank you so much for the explanation.
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#83 - JNS (08/20/2015) [-]
Welcome ... engineering degrees do come in handy from time to time
#67 - it's a series of about 4 of these connected in a way so ea…  [+] (11 replies) 08/20/2015 on Planetary gears +2
#90 - jasir (08/20/2015) [-]
I see the gears you posted here in the original post, but how are they connected together?
If they were connected together (on one axis), they would spin the same speed as the first one... Or no? Am I missing something?
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#92 - JNS (08/21/2015) [-]
this does a pretty good job of explaining it

www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-Obt-9tZVo
High reduction ratio planetary gear drive model
#94 - jasir (08/21/2015) [-]
Thanks, I undestand now. Pretty clever.
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#93 - JNS (08/21/2015) [-]
it's not exactly the same, but pretty close
#91 - JNS (08/21/2015) [-]
I'm not sure how well I'll be able to point it out for you

but there are 4 red gears on the very outside; and it have screws holding them together

there are 4 sets of blue gears that spin a housing on either end of the gears ... the lumpy bit that spins around is where the gears connect

the green gears are completely hidden by the lumpy bits connecting the blue gears
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#69 - badrey (08/20/2015) [-]
Does the motor speed has something to do with it? more speed = more torque ? can you give me an example of a real machine that is used regularly by this method?
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#76 - JNS (08/20/2015) [-]
more speed = less torque
think of torque as the "strength" of the spinning; it's the force that causes a curve

for example, imagine a fan with a high speed, say 300 rotations per minute and a torque of 5 pounds per inch could be stopped by your hand

if you use gears to slow the speed down to 5, the torque go up to 300. this means it moves really slow, but you wouldn't be able to stop it unless you tied a car to it or something.


note, these numbers were made up completely ... it's not just a 1 to 1 ratio in the real world and this is assuming your input is the same; if you got a bigger motor going into it you could get high speed and high torque, but that has nothing to do with these gears



as to what they're used it ... pretty much anything with an engine
best example would be a car. when you're in first gear you have a lot of torque to get the car going; as you speed up you can sacrifice some of that torque to get more speed because you have momentum helping to move you forward too. gradually stepping up until you get to 5th gear where your engine is doing the same amount of work as when you were going 25mph but you are now going 50mph
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#82 - badrey (08/20/2015) [-]
Wow this really explained a lot, thank you so much for the explanation.
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#83 - JNS (08/20/2015) [-]
Welcome ... engineering degrees do come in handy from time to time
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#74 - mastercolossus (08/20/2015) [-]
basically you have a quarter of the speed but four times the power.
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#71 - malkovo (08/20/2015) [-]
a car would be a good example, not really the exact thing but a lower gear has more torque and so on
#36 - gore is not allowed in fj? since when? what the hell …  [+] (2 replies) 08/20/2015 on A brutal machete accident +1
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#42 - concetrationcamp (08/20/2015) [-]
dunno, but I got banned once for posting a gore gif
Also I'm a liveleak user. Comments on LiveLeak are mostly more mature and funny than on FJ.
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#45 - JNS (08/20/2015) [-]
seems like admin and the mods chang whe is and isn't allowed here at least once a week
#42 - yeah. this is 442 frames. I'm not motivated enough to do i…  [+] (2 replies) 08/20/2015 on Quick, someone make a red... 0
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#86 - Sewallman (08/20/2015) [-]
:'(
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#93 - JNS (08/20/2015) [-]
I'd be more than happy to do it for money if you want it that badly
#40 - for you, OP, I'll try ... it probably won't exactly be quick though  [+] (3 replies) 08/20/2015 on Quick, someone make a red... 0
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#42 - JNS (08/20/2015) [-]
yeah. this is 442 frames.
I'm not motivated enough to do it

sorry
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#86 - Sewallman (08/20/2015) [-]
:'(
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#93 - JNS (08/20/2015) [-]
I'd be more than happy to do it for money if you want it that badly
#92 - yeah, I'm always keeping my eyes out for something better …  [+] (2 replies) 08/20/2015 on Minimum wage machine 0
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#93 - langweilig (08/20/2015) [-]
still i bet itll be better than part time minimum wage
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#94 - langweilig (08/20/2015) [-]
err 10 dollars an hour