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    I've noticed some of those wiper motors have pretty decent torque and run around 45 RPM max. I was thinking of using one for a power hacksaw, seems like I could get a fair amount of blade travel while having enough torque to pull the blade.

    I'd never thought of using those before a few days ago.

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    how is your green plant in the workshop coping with the noise, welding fumes, and metal shavings and dust?

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    And what about the cake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdurand View Post
    I've noticed some of those wiper motors have pretty decent torque and run around 45 RPM max. I was thinking of using one for a power hacksaw, seems like I could get a fair amount of blade travel while having enough torque to pull the blade.

    I'd never thought of using those before a few days ago.
    I've been using these mothers for different applications for over a decade,
    the beefier one cranks out up to 60 Nm starting torque, and gives app 190 rpm @40 VDC:

    Very powerful gearbox from wiper motor.

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    Johan


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