New answers tagged

0

I am a little confused about the description of your setup and the goal. Taking a cut through the center, according to the description - the pulley spins, the rod will move up and down freely. Since the nut and the rod are threaded together, then the nut must follow the motion of the rod, if so the rod will not spin, as it is independent of the pulley. Thus, ...


0

Using two relays combined with limit switches implies that the movement is caused by one relay engaging until the switch is tripped, while the control commanding the movement is also engaged. When the switch is triggered, power to that relay should be removed and power use should cease. When moving in the other direction, the control engages power to the ...


Top 50 recent answers are included