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post #21 of 26 Old October 23rd, 2013, 03:51 PM
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Iíve hacked out some crude drawings of a simple mechanism to control cam positioning, but I havenít settled on a way to actuate it. Iím leaning towards something electro-hydraulic. Iíll post a pic later.
I cannot wait to see what you have come up with
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I cannot wait to see what you have come up with
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Here's the rough drawing of what I'm working on; the mechanism is designed to pull the timing belt at 2 points, effectively rotating the relative position of the cam. I have not tested the whole device yet, just played around with some mock-up's, which seem like they'll work. I guess time will tell.



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Looks like it can work, I would have never thought to do it like that, but that's why I'm just a mechanic.

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Here's the rough drawing of what I'm working on; the mechanism is designed to pull the timing belt at 2 points, effectively rotating the relative position of the cam. I have not tested the whole device yet, just played around with some mock-up's, which seem like they'll work. I guess time will tell.
Do you have an actuator selected?
Not hydraulic is it?

Control system?

maybe a pm would be better, lol...
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