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#1

I am trying to learn which values are needed to place in this tool.
Here is that tool : https://hsmadvisor.com/

I am trying to create the profile for our Maslow.
I have the R22002/AEG MF 1400 KE.
The Max Power is 2 HP / 1.5 kW
The max RPM 23000
The min RPM 10000
Max Torque is ??? ft-lb / ??? N-m
Max feed is 30 inch/minute / 762 mm/minute.

So i am missing the torque, and i found this formula:
https://www.cnczone.com/forums/diy-cnc-router-table-machines/254102-cnc.html
Tinlbf = Hmax * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * RPM)
10000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 10000 RPM) = 12,605 inlbf = 1,424 N-m
11000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 11000 RPM) = 11,459 in
lbf = 1,294 N-m
12000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 12000 RPM) = 10,504 inlbf = 1,186 N-m
13000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 13000 RPM) = 9,696 in
lbf = 1,095 N-m
14000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 14000 RPM) = 9,000 inlbf = 1,017 N-m
15000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 15000 RPM) = 8,403 in
lbf = 0,949 N-m
16000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 16000 RPM) = 7,878 inlbf = 0,890 N-m
17000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 17000 RPM) = 7,414 in
lbf = 0,838 N-m
18000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 18000 RPM) = 7,002 inlbf = 0,791 N-m
19000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 19000 RPM) = 6,634 in
lbf = 0,750 N-m
20000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 20000 RPM) = 6,305 inlbf = 0,712 N-m
21000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 21000 RPM) = 6,002 in
lbf = 0,678 N-m
22000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 22000 RPM) = 5,729 inlbf = 0,647 N-m
23000 rpm >> 2.0 HP * 33000 * 12 / (2 * pi * 23000 RPM) = 5,480 in
lbf = 0,619 N-m
So Max torque should be: 12,605In*lbf / 1,424N-m

I made a google shared google document, with screenshots.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bOOIMy7gVOpDY5c-I6CgJbzdb96F2bAcbU2StpXhyYI/edit?usp=sharing.

Please tell me , if i need to put in other numbers.


#2

what about a metric version? :wink:


#3

Huh , but i typed all the metric stuff next to the imperial in this post.
And i screenshotted all the metric stuff next to the imperial stuff in the google doc.
Huh ?


#4

I completely missed it blush: . My apologies.