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    Question motor shaft + gear coupling

    Hi
    Good day every one.

    I am doing a project and for that i have got some cool servo motor from robokits(http://robokits.co.in/shop/index.php...roducts_id=364)

    its a very good motor though the cost it high in all aspects execpt the motor shaft.

    i am coupling the motor to the load using gear so that motor shaft is not loaded directly.
    the shaft is 6mm and has 3 mm bore like all common motor. in my case the load is high and so as the motor torque. it can pull my loads with ease.
    but the problem is i am unable to couple the shaft and gear properly. the m3 screw breaks often and coupling is no more.

    can any one suggest me some ideas so that i can do the coupling of the gear to the motor shaft ?
    below you can see the pictures of the motor shaft and the gears i am trying to couple to. the actual gear which will be coupled to the motor is not shown. its only a smaller version of the big gears. with a 6mm bore so that it sits on the motor shaft perfectly.

    only problem is i have bought the motors so there is no way to replace them with other servo motors atleast for now.
    any suggestions welcomed.


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    Sudarshan Anbazhagan,
    SuperBotics MultiTech Pvt. Ltd.

    http://www.superbotics.com
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