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Xracer

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For Synchronous belts, using the infomation below, are my frequency calculations right?
There would be a "belt freq" and a "timing belt  freq"


Motor Rpm992
  
GB Input Rpm744
  
Motor Sprocket Dia10.527
Motor Sprocket Teeth60
  
GB Sprocket Dia14.036
GB Sprocket Teeth80
  
Poly Chain Belt Length88.19
Poly Caing Belt Teeth160
  
Belt  Freq (Motor)372.05
Timing Belt Freq (Motor)59520
  
Belt Freq (GB)372.05
Timing Belt Freq (GB)59520

Gates Poly Chain Belt     14M-2240-68  160 Teeth  88.19 "

Gates Poly Chain Sprocket  (Motor) 14M-60S-68  60 Teeth  10.527"

Gates Poly Chain Sprocket (Gearbox) 14M-80S-68  80 Teeth  14.036"

Danny Harvey

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Looks good to me.

I have a tiny difference in the belt speed that is probably a rounding error.
RustyCas

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So belt frequency is the rotational speed of the belt (same as a v-belt)?  Timing belt frequency is the belt tooth impact frequency? 
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Thank you for the replies.  Just making sure I was on the same page..


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