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Post by babyboy on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 11:12

Need advise and info for an affordable transfer case for my build. Need to build the motor at the front. Any suggestion (brand and place to get) and info for an affordable T-Case? Thanks.
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Re: Recommend a good and affordable transfer case.

Post by boolean21 on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 11:41

so far in the market, rc4wd, gcm, might want to take a look at the gcm combo for scx10.... tranny front mounting + t-case combo...

not cheap though... can try DIY too... Smile

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Post by babyboy on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 12:00

Boo you are hinting me to buy a mini lathe and Mill? Laughing
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Post by boolean21 on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 12:03

babyboy wrote:Boo you are hinting me to buy a mini lathe and Mill? Laughing
Bbb! Then I can outsource some milling and lathe works to you... Very Happy

I will be making a t-case out of acrylic or styrene soon...
Hopefully in the next 1 or 2 builds if I need cabin space.... Smile

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Post by wyetuck88 on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 13:10

Axial transmission!!! $30+++ usd. But the ratios won't be 1:1 though, you will lose some speed n gain some torque. I would love to get mini lathe n mill, but the price is putting me off...
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Post by babyboy on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 13:53

boolean21 wrote:
babyboy wrote:Boo you are hinting me to buy a mini lathe and Mill? Laughing
Bbb! Then I can outsource some milling and lathe works to you... Very Happy

I will be making a t-case out of acrylic or styrene soon...
Hopefully in the next 1 or 2 builds if I need cabin space.... Smile

It did cross my mind to DIY. But I'm new and dun really know how the T-Case hold the bearing in-place. Wait take longer time. Your current build, DIY a T-case! Give me the plan I will copy from you if it works.
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Post by babyboy on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 13:56

wyetuck88 wrote:Axial transmission!!! $30+++ usd. But the ratios won't be 1:1 though, you will lose some speed n gain some torque. I would love to get mini lathe n mill, but the price is putting me off...

UNIMAT1 S$800. 3 figure as your landy metal bending. Can buy! Than Boo and me can outsource to you our needs. Very Happy
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Re: Recommend a good and affordable transfer case.

Post by boolean21 on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 14:29

babyboy wrote:
boolean21 wrote:
babyboy wrote:Boo you are hinting me to buy a mini lathe and Mill? Laughing
Bbb! Then I can outsource some milling and lathe works to you... Very Happy

I will be making a t-case out of acrylic or styrene soon...
Hopefully in the next 1 or 2 builds if I need cabin space.... Smile

It did cross my mind to DIY. But I'm new and dun really know how the T-Case hold the bearing in-place. Wait take longer time. Your current build, DIY a T-case! Give me the plan I will copy from you if it works.

my current build still got enuf cabin space in my brute with the creeper tranny... so i can save the efforts on the t-case and a front mounted motor... Razz

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wyetuck88 wrote:Axial transmission!!! $30+++ usd. But the ratios won't be 1:1 though, you will lose some speed n gain some torque. I would love to get mini lathe n mill, but the price is putting me off...

UNIMAT1 S$800. 3 figure as your landy metal bending. Can buy! Than Boo and me can outsource to you our needs. Very Happy

babyboy learns fast!! hahaha...

good one! wyetuck, buy a cnc setup lagi best.... but start with mill and lathe first... Very Happy

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Post by wyetuck88 on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 15:23

Haha my Landy body is just a little over $100. I already got plans for a DIY milling station. The cost should come up to around $100 sgd without the motor and the drill bits. $100 is for the x and y axis plus the flattop vice only. It's hard to subsitute a drill for the milling motor because the chuck is only design for lateral load and not side load. The ballings are the main problem here. The cheapest milling motor with speed controller on ebay is $199 (last remembered) some preowned and made in china motor. Until I can find a better deal, I guess this project will just be on the drawing board.
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Post by babyboy on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 18:08

On a serious note if really want to buidl, its just 2 pieces of metal/styrene with the correct holes drill for the shaft and gears right? So if buy parts what to buy? and where?

Axial transmission dun know if it's too big for me. Wyetuck88 you got the part number for the Axial transmission?
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Post by boolean21 on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 18:12

babyboy wrote:On a serious note if really want to buidl, its just 2 pieces of metal/styrene with the correct holes drill for the shaft and gears right? So if buy parts what to buy? and where?

Axial transmission dun know if it's too big for me. Wyetuck88 you got the part number for the Axial transmission?

Yes, thats what I plan to do.... 2pcs of styrene, 4bolts at each corner to hold position, with spacers...
2 holes for 5mm shafts, mounted with 2x pinion gears...

I dont even plan to put bearings... Styrene shd be able to "self lubricate" Very Happy

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Post by wyetuck88 on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 18:56

I just search on eBay.

I got some bass plates u guys can use. They are about 1.5mm to 2mm in thickness.
You could solder them together if your designs calls for it.
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Post by babyboy on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 23:31

boolean21 wrote:
babyboy wrote:On a serious note if really want to buidl, its just 2 pieces of metal/styrene with the correct holes drill for the shaft and gears right? So if buy parts what to buy? and where?

Axial transmission dun know if it's too big for me. Wyetuck88 you got the part number for the Axial transmission?

Yes, thats what I plan to do.... 2pcs of styrene, 4bolts at each corner to hold position, with spacers...
2 holes for 5mm shafts, mounted with 2x pinion gears...

I dont even plan to put bearings... Styrene shd be able to "self lubricate" Very Happy

Here's a DIY T-case. Looks simple, but its the 2 gear that needs precise holes drilled to hold them together. Wonder if free hand drill hole can make it or not.
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Now is where to buy the gear from?
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Post by babyboy on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 23:33

wyetuck88 wrote:I just search on eBay.

I got some bass plates u guys can use. They are about 1.5mm to 2mm in thickness.
You could solder them together if your designs calls for it.

Ebay to me is like looking for a needle in a hay stack. I'm really that lousy.

Thinking of using styrene.
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Post by boolean21 on Tue 25 Sep 2012 - 23:41

yeah, bbbuild it!!

for the gears, just buy some pinion gears... maybe 20+T or so... have to see the size...

and get some 5mm diameter steel rods from Teck Leong Metals...

use a hand drill at slow speed should be ok... Smile

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Post by wyetuck88 on Wed 26 Sep 2012 - 0:25

babyboy wrote:
boolean21 wrote:
babyboy wrote:On a serious note if really want to buidl, its just 2 pieces of metal/styrene with the correct holes drill for the shaft and gears right? So if buy parts what to buy? and where?

Axial transmission dun know if it's too big for me. Wyetuck88 you got the part number for the Axial transmission?

Yes, thats what I plan to do.... 2pcs of styrene, 4bolts at each corner to hold position, with spacers...
2 holes for 5mm shafts, mounted with 2x pinion gears...

I dont even plan to put bearings... Styrene shd be able to "self lubricate" Very Happy

Here's a DIY T-case. Looks simple, but its the 2 gear that needs precise holes drilled to hold them together. Wonder if free hand drill hole can make it or not.
[img][/img]
[img][/img]

Now is where to buy the gear from?

yup Boo is right, you can get Pinion gear on ebay cheapest is about 4 to 5 usd for one. For the plates you can clamp both and then drill slowly vertically down minimize and error . If you drill at a slightly offset angle then free play will develop.
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