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Author Topic: Best way to attach rotor bearings?  (Read 934 times)

Offline antimony

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Best way to attach rotor bearings?
« on: August 26, 2016, 01:27:48 PM »
Hey, i didnĀ“t want to post this question here, so i am sorry to bother with this, but now i am getting kind of frustrated with not getting my rotor and shaft to spin properly.

I am working on a build (RomeroUK/Muller Dynamo) and i am stuck with the rotor.
I have it standing up, vertically, not like RomeroUKs.

I saw a guy on youtube called Fausto something (he may be a member here), and its something like that i am going for.

Please give me a few pointers on how to get this done, becouse i am in the finishing stages, and this keeps me from moving forward.

Thanks in advance.


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