The #25 Chain and Sprocket Pack includes;
- 1 - 24 Tooth - Sprocket (2 pack) 76226-2
- 1 - 32 Tooth - Sprocket (2 pack) 76227-2
- 2 - 40 Tooth - Sprocket 76228
- 2 - 48 Tooth - Sprocket 76229
- 1 - #25 Chain with Master Links, 5 feet(152cm) 76230
- 2 - 6mm Shaft Hub (4 pack) 76284-4
- 1 - Bushing Bronze 6mm ID x 8mm OD (12 Pack) 76300-12
- 1 - Bushing Bronze 6mm ID x 14mm OD (12 Pack) 76301-12
- 1 - Flange Bearing 6mm ID, 14mm OD, 15mm Flange (12 Pack) 76302
- 1 - Chain Breaker Tool 76231
- 1 - M3 x 12mm Socket Head Cap Screw (pack of 100) 76202-100
- 2 - Collar 6mm ID D-Shaft, 12mm OD (6 pack) 76304-6
- 1 - Shaft Spacer Plastic 6mm ID x 10mm OD x 1mm L (24 pack) 76305-24
How to use Studica Robotics Chains and Sprockets in your robotic design
Chains and sprockets are commonly used in robotic design to transmit mechanical power from one part of the robot to another. The chain is a series of interconnected links that form a loop, and sprockets are toothed wheels that engage with the links in the chain. When the sprocket is rotated, it moves the chain, which in turn can be used to transmit power to other parts of the robot.
To use chains and sprockets in a robotic design, you first need to determine the size and type othat are suitable for your application. The size is determined by the size of the robot and the amount of power that needs to be transmitted. Once you have selected the appropriate size, you can install them on your robot by mounting the sprockets on the parts of the robot that need to move, and connecting the chain between the sprockets.
When designing a robot with chains and sprockets, it is important to ensure that the chain is properly tensioned, so that it stays engaged with the sprocket and does not slip or come off. It is also important to lubricate the chain regularly to prevent wear and tear, and to replace the chain and sprocket if they become worn or damaged. By using chain and sprocket properly, you can create a robust and reliable power transmission system for your robotic design.