HMS Wolf (1752) 10 Gun Sloop rigged as a Sloop 1:96 scale 390mm
Paper model icludes:
Color photos of finished models The history of the ship and description of the model construction translated to German and English language. Flags printed on canvas paper Laser-cut card components for the keel, frames and other internal structures 8 x A3 pages of printed parts 14 x A3 pages with drawings and templates
This unit has been developed to meet a requirement for heavy duty high torque applications combined with relatively low power consumption.
The unit will take the MFA800 and 850 motor. The 2.1:1 reduction is achieved via two precision aluminium timing pulleys utilising a high quality toothed timing belt. The final drive is delivered through two block mounted precision ballraces with a 6mm keyed steel output shaft.
With the RE800 motor fitted, the unit will deliver around 1229 g.cm torque (0.12 Nm) running at maximum efficiency.
With the RE850 motor fitted, the unit will deliver around 1380 g.cm torque (0.14 Nm) running at maximum efficiency.
This unit has steel gears and shafts running in ballraces and scintered bronze bearings, 1 ball race and S B bearing per shaft. The former act also as thrust races protecting the bevel gears from external pressures of varying loads. The housing mouldings are 30% glass filled nylon for strength and have four pre-drilled mounting holes. Key flats are provided on both shafts.
Idealy suited to side paddle models where width in the drive train might be at a premium.
1:1 gear ratio Lubricated for life Designed for rugged service life
Specification Weight: 42g Backlash: 1 deg approx Hours of life:1000 approx Size: 35mm x 35mm x 17mm excluding shafts
Material Case: 30% glass filled nylon Gear: Mild steel: BS970:part 3:1991:230MO7 Max input speed: 5000 r.p.m.