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moving platform using dc series motor

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Feb 13, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    can u please help me for making a moving platform using dc series
    motor which is able to cary a man....
  2. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Sure, for $60.00/hour. Just come on over and bring your parts. :)

  3. Buy a train :)
  4. First, buy a Segway.
  5. They are forbiden here, no breaks :)
  6. Guest

  7. :)
  8. Try getting a little bit drunk.
  9. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

  10. Maxwell

    Maxwell Guest

    Do you mean <brakes>, they will stop on a dime.
  11. Eh, yea, brakes....
    Yes they will stop, but the Dutch police (or whatever club certifies these)
    decided that it had no 'real brake'.
    The importer is trying a new attemp at getting licensed again, but you are
    not allowed on the road here with a Segway, and will get a hefty fine if you
  12. Guest

  13. Maxwell

    Maxwell Guest

    Wow, that's nonsense. You can be flying on one of those things and just lean
    back suddenly, and it will lock the wheels.

    I played with one for an hour or so last fall, and was truely amaized at
    their handling and manuverability. I just got way to tired of standing in
    one place all the time. The bottoms of my feet felt completely flat.
  14. Guest

    well well well
    im an electronics & communication engg student & we guys got a project
    its 2 make a electic vehicle to carry a man + a good load>40 kg
    we dont know anything from electrical & mechanical side
    IEEE is funding for us
    thats y i askd u ppl help
  16. Why not add an anchor? :))
  17. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    You'd get much better responses if you typed actual English insted
    of kiddie IM-eze.

    Good Luck!
  18. Guest

    so glad to see your reply
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