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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Re: Back to the "slow to oil pressurre" N

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Caryc

03-21-2013 10:05:39
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I don't know how much power it takes to get that pump up to speed but how about a heavy rare earth magnet stuck to the face of that gear?
Looks like you could even rig up some kind of pilot to center it on that gear and a shaft on the other side of it for a drill motor. Just a thought.




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TheOldHokie

03-21-2013 10:31:55
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 Re: Back to the "slow to oil pressurre" N in reply to Caryc, 03-21-2013 10:05:39  
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Gear is aluminum. I have another gear and my plan is to couple them face to face with a close fitting sleeve around the circumference to keep them concentric. The shaft on teh second gear is perfect for the drill motor. Just got to do it....

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McNugget

03-22-2013 08:11:18
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 Re: Back to the in reply to TheOldHokie, 03-21-2013 10:31:55  

Picture of the 3D printed socket-to-oil pump gear adapter I used. If you want I can send it your way.



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Caryc

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 Re: Back to the in reply to McNugget, 03-22-2013 08:11:18  
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Very cool. I understand the 3D printing process but what exactly is the material it prints with and how strong is it?



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McNugget

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 Re: Back to the in reply to Caryc, 03-22-2013 10:15:18  
This process is called (FDM Fused Deposition Modeling) where a thread of molten plastic builds the object layer by layer. A MakerBot was used to make this piece. I modeled the part in 3D CAD, and my friend printed it on his MakerBot.

The plastic is ABS like Lego building blocks. It isn"t quite that strong due to the multiple layer build instead of a solid casting. It worked fine in this application.

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