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Old 10-14-2016, 06:16 PM
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Default Input needed - cylindrical case for actuators

Sorry I had to start a new thread as it will only allow me to post online hosted images in a reply. Let me know if this looks like something that would interest you guys.
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Sorry I had to start a new thread as it will only allow me to post online hosted images in a reply. Let me know if this looks like something that would interest you guys.
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This looks much better, without getting into proprietary information can you tell us what's driving the square shape of the "black box" area?
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Looks great Ian! That will help a lot even if the gearbox stays rectangular.
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This looks much better, without getting into proprietary information can you tell us what's driving the square shape of the "black box" area?
My understanding is that it's the most compact we can make them. To produce a round housing for the motor/gearbox, it would increase the size.
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Looks great Ian! That will help a lot even if the gearbox stays rectangular.
I will see what I can do about having some of these made up.
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Default Re: Input needed - cylindrical case for actuators

Ian,

Looking at your web page you show the L12-30-210-12-S as out of stock. Any estimate when you might have more in stock? Not in a rush, just need to get one coming.

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Significant stock may be another couple of weeks, but for one unit, we can build it for you. Give us a call and we'll set you up.
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Did the ROUND type ever get made, or did the bean counter veto that request?
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Did the ROUND type ever get made, or did the bean counter veto that request?
Hi Skeeter,

We made a prototype that used a cylindrical casing over top of the actuator. There seemed to be very little interest so we moved on to other things.
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