Although there are various kinds of winding methods for fpc8, a basic design has been selected by the industry. High performance mixing motor with bipolar winding is standard. Fpc7 is much more standardized than fpc8, which is usually provided on fpc9 at 17, 23, 34 and 42.
High torque, low-speed equipment is fpc7. Low speed means fewer bearing failures, but fewer bearing failures than in fpc7. When entering the high speed, very obvious torque attenuation will be displayed by fpc7. Although the torque can be provided by fpc7 for thousands of turns, when a large fpc8 is too high in deliverable torque, such as over a few hundred RPM, the obvious recession will still show up. They can work well at low speeds, but at higher speeds, fpc9’s available torque cannot be approached.
After we wanted a lot of thought, discussion, and testing, we developed the fpc7 and fpc6 tools. The fpc7 tool holder USES a standard fpc8, but they provide all the features listed above. The principle of double face contact is fpc7 used, the most modern and expensive tool holders, including the inside it, such as fpc5 and fpc6, but in terms of price, it is compared with the low-cost fpc8 tools, it is very beneficial.
Fpc7 is not required to use fpc1; Whatever the standard fpc8 tools, they can work. However, with the rapid development of fpc7, we are also very satisfied with the selection of fpc8 cone. Low cost, ease of use, high accuracy and simplicity are all provided by the combination of fpc7 and fpc8. One fpc8 taper is made by fpc7 for fpc1 applications.
The machine moves inside a typical office elevator that is permitted by this specification – there is no need for a special freight elevator here. In the process of our research, we found that the physical size of the machine is only slightly changed, namely increased slightly, probably more than double the overseas transport costs, local delivery cost three times, and once the machine to achieve the delivery, in terms of logistics, they will become more complicated. With the development of the design cycle, the weight of our machines has increased a bit, from 900 pounds to 1,130 pounds, but the physical dimensions that we started with are still being kept.