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Motion Control Drives

FINE CYCLO®
F2C-C series

Catalogue 991137 -F2003E-1

1. Construction.................................................................................. 1

2. Application Examples ......................................................... 3

3. Nomenclature.............................................................................. 4

4. Products ............................................................................................. 4

5. Speed Ratio & Rotation Direction......................... 4

6. Operating Principles ............................................................ 5

7. Rating .................................................................................................... 6

8. Engineering Data ..................................................................... 8

9. Main Bearings .......................................................................... 11

10. Selection ........................................................................................ 12

11. Nortice for Designing ..................................................... 14

12. Outline Drawing.................................................................... 16

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1. C-1 2. Application Examples 3 . Construction Fig.

Nomenclature F 2C F S — C35 — — 119 Frame size Specification suffix Standard: − Reduction ratio Special specification: S Shape of Ring gear housing Farm of a cylinder : − With flange : F 2C(Output shaft with angular contact ball bearing) Symbol of Fine CYCLO 4. Products Mark t: Model Lineup Reduction ratio Frame size 59 89 119 C25 t t t C35 t t t C45 t t t C55 t t t C65 t t t 5. speed ratio is ("-" indicates opposite Output : High Speed Output : Slow Speed Shaft Shaft based on a direction. C-2 Slow Speed Shaft Ring Gear Housing 1 2 3 4 High Speed Shaft Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Input : High Speed Input : High Speed Input : Slow Speed Input : Slow Speed Shaft Shaft Shaft Shaft Output : Slow Speed Output : Ring Gear Output : Ring Gear Output : High Speed Shaft Housing Housing Shaft Fixed : Ring Gear Fixed : Slow Speed Fixed : High Speed Fixed : Ring Gear Housing Shaft Shaft Housing i = -1/n i = 1/(n+1) i = n/(n+1) i = -n 5 6 7 Increaser Increaser When all elements sI Speed ratio = (Output Input : Ring Gear Input : Ring Gear rotate at the same Speed/Input Speed) Housing Housing time." i = n+1 i = (n+1)/n 4 .) Fixed : Slow Speed Fixed : High Speed combination out of 1 Shaft Shaft sN Reduction ratio throught 6. Speed Ratio & Rotation Direction Fig. 3.

thereby avoiding tooth top interference. =. below. This mechanism smoothly transmits only the rotation of the planet gear around its Eccentricity own axis to the slow speed shaft. In the FINE CYCLO®. The pins transmit the rotation of the planet gear by rolling internally on the circumference of the bores of each planet Ring gear pin gear or cycloid disc. Equation 1 ω1 P P With S greater by one or two than P in this equation. P identifies the number of the planet gear Rotation of planet gear teeth. The unique speed reducer portion is an ingenious combination of the following two mechanisms: ☆ A combination of a planet gear and a fixed internal sun gear. The diameter of the bores minus the (with roller) Cycloid disc diameter of the slow speed shaft pins is equal to twice the eccentricity value of the crank shaft (eccentric). C-6 Combination of Planet-Sun Gears and Constant Speed Internal Gear the sun gear.. C-6. Circular tooth fixed = Equation 3 internal sun gear(S) ω1 P As the crankshaft rotates at the angular velocity w1 around the axis of the sun gear. w2 the angular velocity of the planet gear around its own axis. In this mechanism shown in Fig. Twice eccentricity Slow speed shaft pin 2e (with roller) 5 . The rotation of the planet gear around its own axis is taken out through a constant speed internal gearing mechanism as shown in Fig. Fig. C-5. C-3 In equation 1. the pins of the slow speed shaft are evenly spaced on a circle that is concentric to the axis of Fig... ☆ A constant speed internal gearing mechanism. or - P P Slow speed shaft pin Planet gear When P indicates the number of the teeth of the planet gear and (cycloid disc) the symbol indicates that the rotation of the planet gear is in a Eccentricity reverse direction to that of the crankshaft. C-4 Epitrochoid Planet Gear-Circular(PIN) calculated from the following equation: Tooth Sun Gear Combination ω2 1 . Fixed sun gear(S) =1. S that of the sun gear. the velocity ratio may be Fig. In the FINE CYCLO®. The velocity ratio of w2 to w1 is shown Rotation of crankshaft as follows: Crankshaft axis Planet gear(P) ω2 S S-P . the planet gear rotates at the angular velocity: Fig..6. if S-P=1 is applied to Equation 1. Operating Principles The reducer portion of the FINE CYCLO® is fundamentaly different in principle and mechanism from the involute gearing mechanism of competitive gearmotors. C-5 Constant Speed Internal Gearing 1ω1 2ω1 .. Angular velocity of = Equation 2 planet gear ω1 P Angular velocity of crankshaft Or if S-P=2 is applied to Equation 1. That is.. the planet gear has cycloidal-shaped teeth and the sun gear has circular pin teeth. C-4. C-3 Principle of internal Planetary Gearing See Fig. the velocity ratio may be Crankshaft calculated from the following equation: Epitrochoid planet gear(P) ω2 2 . The number of teeth in the planet gear is one or two less than the sun gear. illustrated in Fig. the highest velocity ratio is obtainable. circular teeth(pins) are Twice eccentricity adapted for the sun gear and epitrochoid curved teeth for the planet gear.

9 80 83.4 1.7 1.61 12.15 16.9 1.7 40.84 12.50 16.6 2.4 2.44 76.91 76.7 0.4 42 44.1 1.83 209 2055 119 12.9 1.35 130 136 2055 59 25.24 25.13 16.8 1275 1336 59 29.9 80 83.4 4.7 3.56 29.76 37.5 1.9 3.61 12.7 3.61 209 59 F2CF C65 89 119 Table C-2 Maximum acceleration or deceleration torque Maximum acceleration Peak torque for Frame or deceleration torque emergency stop size (Ntm) (kgftm) (Ntm) (kgftm) C25 1030 105 2060 210 C35 1962 200 3924 400 C45 3188 325 6377 650 C55 4316 440 8633 880 C65 6278 640 12577 1280 6 .6 1.77 14.7 40.19 33.70 25.45 22.9 3.0 754 785 822 59 33.7 2.4 42 44.7 5.0 370 396 412 432 119 21.7 40.0 1.9 80 83.87 29.8 754 785 822 119 16.4 2.8 754 785 822 F2CF C35 89 22.73 130 136 1275 1336 F2CF C45 89 19.4 7.53 37.01 37. Rating Table C-1 Rating Table (Input rotation base) Input speed n1(r/min) 2500 2000 1750 1500 Rated output Output Allowable Rated output Output Allowable Rated output Output Allowable Rated output Output Allowable Reduction torque torque torque torque Model Frame size speed input power speed input power speed input power speed input power ratio (Upper/Ntm) (Upper/Ntm) (Upper/Ntm) (Upper/Ntm) (Lower/kgftm) (r/min) (kW) (Lower/kgftm) (r/min) (kW) (Lower/kgftm) (r/min) (kW) (Lower/kgftm) (r/min) (kW) 370 396 412 432 59 42.9 1.24 19.36 19.27 25. 7.8 1.8 0.9 4.6 3.7 2.93 14.4 42 44.5 2.7 1.7 1.6 0.93 76.08 16.14 130 136 1275 1336 119 14.0 370 396 412 432 F2C C25 89 28.28 209 2055 F2CF C55 89 16.

3.4 1.3 0.5 16.94 10. 6.6 487 531 568 6.6 103 110 114 928 1012 1082 28.5 49.63 8.4 0. 4.7 1. 2.2 57.62 6.4 2.2 0. GD2 Value at input shaft.19 6.3 16.3 2.07 1700 1400 700 62 378 413 441 796 3713 4048 4328 199 8.14 1700 1400 700 378 413 441 799 3713 4048 4328 199 11.93 6.2 1. Rated output torque for below 600r/min input is the same as 600r/min.5 11.72 6.48 12.7 4.91 10.7 54.76 2500 2100 1050 94.8m/sec2) to convert from them to inertia.19 12.7 0.7 2.3 0.15 12.4 0.0 0.77 12.2 57.36 8. Allowable maximum Equivalent 1000 750 600 Allowable On input shaft input speed(r/min) maximum Upper/Moment of inertia Mass Rated output Output Allowable Rated output Output Allowable Rated output Output Allowable torque torque torque input speed 50% 100% (x10 -4kg tm 2) (kg) speed input power speed input power speed input power Lower/GD2 (Upper/Ntm) (Upper/Ntm) (Upper/Ntm) (r/min) ED ED (Lower/kgftm) (r/min) (kW) (Lower/kgftm) (r/min) (kW) (Lower/kgftm) (r/min) (kW) (x10-4kgftm2) 487 531 568 6.4 1.7 4.7 1.44 5. however.82 8.9 5.79 10.4 1.54 1800 1500 750 45 237 258 276 454 2321 2530 2705 114 8.0 3.90 1800 1500 750 237 258 276 454 3713 4048 4328 200 16.49 2100 1800 900 154 168 179 245 1508 1644 1758 61.83 1800 1500 750 237 258 276 456 2321 2530 2705 114 11.56 5. when loading 1000 times in overall lifetime.47 5.7 1. Allowable acceleration or deceleration peak torque Allowable peak torque at normal start and stop.9 27.09 6.4 4.9 27.3 600 T2N: Rated torque at input speed n1 T2N = T2N.7 54.53 2500 2100 1050 94.2 3.4 4. 5.7 2.65 2100 1800 900 32 154 168 179 244 1508 1644 1758 61.40 3500 2900 1450 49.9 27.22 5. Divide them by g (Moment of inertia: 9.9 3.4 1. allowable mean input speed is limited by operation (%ED). Moment of inertia.81 3500 2900 1450 49.56 12.97 6.48 10.0 1.0 11.45 8.2 6.9 1.35 6.0 0.7 0.75 6. 0.89 5.90 11.6 928 1012 1082 28.0 8.02 2500 2100 1050 21 94.4 2. Allowable momentary maximum torque Allowable momentary maximum torque at emergency stop or heavy shock.2 2.77 6. when it is 100%. Allowable input power is the value converted from rated output torque.57 6.2 3.76 8.6 103 110 114 928 1012 1082 28.9 8.95 16.3 3.5 8. This value takes efficiency of FINE CYCLO® in consideration. Rated output torque Rated output torque implies allowable mean load torque at each output speed.04 1700 1400 700 378 413 441 796 : 50%ED range : 100%ED range Notes: 1.7 7. 600 : Rated torque at input speed n1 is 600r/min 7 .53 3500 2900 1450 12.2 0.9 2.24 2100 1800 900 154 168 179 244 2321 2530 2705 114 16. 600 n1 T2n.8m/sec2) or 4g (GD2: 4 x 9.2 1.6 103 110 114 1508 1644 1758 61.8 487 531 568 6.2 2.0 1.90 8.7 54.17 10. Allowable maximum input speed and allowable mean input speed Reducer may be used within maximum input speed indicated in the Table.2 57.2 5. Calculate the rated torque using the following formula when the speed is not shown in the table above.3 1.

5 arcmin 2 294 Fig.5 2 2) When load torque is 600Ntm 1 600–23. C-8 Notes) 1.1 Lubrication Standard grease 8 . 23.3 1. with fixed input shaft.2 1030 Note) arc min means "minute" of the angle. No Load Running Torque 15 1 No load running torque indicates torque on input shaft for rotating reducer = x = 0. Engineering Data 8-1.4 128 t4UJGGOFTT  4MPQF PG UIF TUSBJHIU MJOF DPOOFDUJOH UXP QPJOUT  when allowable torque is 50% and 100% on the hysteresis curve.9 687 C65 3139 94.Stiffness is the average value (typical data). Nm Nm arc min Ntm/arc min t-PTU.32 arcmin under no-load condition.5 294 C45 1275 38. 8. Fig. (Example calculation of torsional deflected angle) Fig. 2. 30°C Accuracy in assembled dimensions Refer to 11. 1) When load torque is 15Ntm (When load torque is in the range of lost motion) 8-2. C-7 Hysteresis curve Calculation of torsion angle when torque is applied in one direction using C35 as example.5 = x = 2. Measurement Conditions Ring gear housing temperature Approx. Stiffness and lost motion Table C-3 Engineering data Lost Motion Rated output t)ZTUFSFTJTDVSWF  3FMBUJPOTIJQ CFUXFFO MPBE BOE EJTQMBDFNFOU PG Frame torque at Stiffness output flange (rotational angle) when load is input speed Measured torque Lost Motion removed slowly from allowable torque to zero size 1750 r/min torque. C35 785 23.PUJPO  5PSTJPOBM EFGMFDUFE BOHMF BU ±3% allowable output torque. C25 412 12. C-8 shows average data after reducers have been run.0 491 C55 1962 58.

Fig. C45 147 15 2. No-Load Friction Torque on Output Shaft Indicates torque necessary to start rotation from output side of reducer from stop without load. compensation factor for efficiency is 1. C-9 and C-10 indicates efficiency vs.0 Torque ratio (Load torque/Rated output torque at 1750 r/min) 9 .C-9.C-11) Note) 1. reduction ratio.8-3.5 1. C-11 Compensation Curve of Efficiency Compensation efficiency=Efficiency(Fig. Efficiency varies when load torque differs with allowable torque. C-9 Efficiency Curve (Frame size C25-C45) Fig. Fig. Measurement Conditions C55 245 25 Accuracy in assembled dimensions Refer Item 11-1 C65 343 35 Lubrication Standard grease 8-4.8 0 0.9 0. load torque.0 the left diagram. Fig. etc. Efficiency Fig. Check the compensation factor in 1. C-10 (Frame size C55-C65) 100 100 90 90 80 80 Efficiency % Efficiency % 70 70 60 60 50 50 40 40 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 Input speed r/min Input speed r/min Efficiency varies by input speed. 2. input speed at allowable output torque with stable grease temperature.0. C-10) x Compensation factor for efficiency Compensation factor for efficiency(Fig. grease temperature. When torque ratio is over 1. Table C-4 Value of no-load friction torque on output shaft Frame No-load friction torque on output shaft size Ntm kgftm C25 59 6 C35 118 12 Notes: 1. Table C-4 shows average data after reducers have been run. 0.0. Efficiency curve is indicated with flexible coverage for variations in models and reduction ratio.

36 1. kgf ] (FormulaC-2) Pao : Allowable axial load [N.82 Lf=When 1 of L(mm) 22 30 36 42 44 Fig.79 0. kgf ] T Pro Pr = ≤ [N.91 0.82 1.2 V-Belt 1.95 0.75 0.59 1.80 0.73 10 0.00 1.87 0.90 0.50 1.4-1.19 1.59 80 1.84 25 1.83 0. 8-5. C-12 Load location on input shaft Table C-8 Coupling Factor Cf Table C-9 Shock Factor FS1 Coupling method Cf Chain 1 Degree of shock FS1 Machine gear or pinion 1.91 0.39 1.77 15 0.99 0.17 0. Check radial & axial load by following the next formula (1)-(3).97 45 2.76 0.11 0. kgftm] R LftCftFS1 R : Pitch circle radius of sprocket.00 0. gear.33 1.36 70 1.25 1.94 1.88 0.90 1. radial load and axial load should be equal to or less than allowable value.05 1.67 1. kgf ] (Formula C-1) T : Equivalent torque on input shaft [Ntm.25 Practically no shock 1 Timing belt 1.5 Severe shock 1.80 0.98 0.14 60 2.92 0.67 1.95 0.99 0.86 0.14 0.87 30 1. (1) Radial load Pr Pr : Actual radial load [N.43 1.67 1.90 35 1. or sheave [m] (2) Axial load Pa Pro : Allowable radial load [N.77 0. kgf ] (Table C-6) CftFS1 Lf : Load location factor (Table C-7) (3) When radial and axial load co-exist Cf : Coupling factor (Table C-8) PrtLf Pa FS1 : Shock factor (Table C-9) + tCftFS1 ≤ 1 (FormulaC-3) Pro Pao Table C-5 Actual radial load Pro(Up: N/Down: kgf ) Table C-6 Actual axial load Pao(Up: N/Down: kgf ) Frame Input speed r/min Frame Input speed r/min size 2500 2000 1750 1500 1000 750 600 size 2500 2000 1750 1500 1000 750 600 563 589 620 709 781 841 540 589 628 677 824 942 1040 C25 C25 57 60 63 72 80 86 55 60 64 69 84 96 106 687 723 828 911 981 746 795 863 1040 1197 1334 C35 C35 70 74 84 93 100 76 81 88 106 122 136 785 826 946 1041 1121 912 981 1197 1373 1530 C45 C45 80 84 96 106 114 93 100 122 140 156 981 1123 1236 1332 1481 1785 2050 2276 C55 C55 100 114 126 136 151 182 209 232 1419 1561 1682 2570 2953 3286 C65 C65 145 159 171 262 301 335 Table C-7 Load Location Factor Lf L Frame size (mm) C25 C35 C45 C55 C65 5 0.86 0.02 50 1.84 0.94 40 1.25 Light shock 1-1.81 0.95 0. kgf ] (Table C-5) Pao Pa : Actual axial load [N. ALLOWABLE RADIAL LOAD & AXIAL LOAD OF HIGH SPEED SHAFT When a gear or sheave is mounted on the high speed shaft.73 0.80 20 0.6 10 .07 1. kgf ] Pa ≤ [N.

. C25 1619 5396 C35 2551 6867 External moment (M) C45 3924 8339 M = PrtLr + PatLa .................... (Formula C-4) C55 6082 10791 C65 8829 13734 2.. Allowable Moment & Allowable Axial Load Check external moment and external axial load with Table C-13 Coupling Factor Cf Formula C-5........... Formula C-6.....9.....4-1.2 Heavy shocks 1........ kgf ) Pa: Actual axial load(N........... and Fig.....8 30. Load connection factor Cf Equivalent moment (Me) General purpose chain 1 Me = CftFS1tPrtLr + CftFS1tPatLa .......5 C35 135............ kgf ) Table C-10 Span of Loading Points(mm) Frame Span of Loading Points size L1(mm) a(mm) C25 102 13.8 46............9 C65 211................9 C55 191......... C-14 Diagram of Allowable Moment & Axial Load 11 ..... Main Bearings Pr: Actual radial load(N..........C-13......... C-13 Span between each loading point C45 2649 C55 3924 Note) Consult us if: Lr > 4 x L1 C65 5690 Table C-12 Allowable Moment & Allowable Axial Load 1.......6 Equivalent axial load Pae(N) Equivalent axial load Pae(N) Equivalent moment Me (Ntm) Equivalent moment Me (Ntm) Fig....8 41..25 Timing belt 1.............2 24..................5 Pae = CftFS1tPa ...4 Table C-11 Moment Stiffness Frame Moment Stiffness size (Ntm/arcmin) C25 883 C35 1668 Fig...........(Formula C-6) Cf : Coupling factor [Table C-13] FS1: Shock factor [Table C-14] Table C-14 Shock factor FS1 Load Classification FS1 Uniform load (no shock) 1 Moderate shocks 1-1.........6 C45 158...................... Moment Stiffness Allowable Moment Allowable Axial Load Frame Indicates stiffness on inclination of output shaft with size (Ntm) (N) external moment..25 Equivalent axial load (Pae) V-Belt 1.... (Formula C-5) Machine gear or pinion 1.

axial load. Selection 10-1. radial load ≦ radial load load. or moment or moment Check emergency (Table C-5. Formula C-1) Calculation of %ED torque (Table C-12. tB : Deceleration time C-15 nR NO nA = 2 nR : Input speed with normal tO tP : Total running time : Standstill time TE ≦ TOE ( Select larger size or lower average output torque TE. 10. C-15 TR : Torque during normal running nR TB : Peak torque at braking nB = Select tentative 2 frame size Radial load at output shaft Check input speed Check peak torque acceleration and Check radial load at input shaft Axial load at output shaft Check deceleration Moment Peak torque Allowable NO Allowable NO Maximum ≦ maximum at acceleration ≦ peak torque at input speed and deceleration acceleration and input speed deceleration NO Actual radial Allowable radial (Table C-3) (Table C-2) Actual Allowable NO load. Formula C-1) (Table C-5. C-15 Load cycle Evaluate load characteristic Calculate of average input speed(nE) Calculate of average output torque(TE) Calculate of allowable rating output torque at average input speed TOE Selection Table (Table C-1) nA : Average input speed during tA : Acceleration time acceleration under tR : Normal running time condition defined in Fig. ) running T : Time/Cycle nB : Average input speed during TA : Acceleration peak torque deceleration in Fig. Flow Cart and Formula of Selection FIG. Formula C-6) NO Average Allowable Allowable peak NO input ≦ average input Emergency torque ≦ torque for speed speed for %ED emergency stop (Table C-1) (Table C-2) Selection of frame size End 12 . axial ≦ load.

6sec (1000 times during overall life time) tO : Standstill time 3. Example of Selection 0 Evaluate F2C-C25-119 for following specification.5x10-3 = 886(Ntm) < 1619(Ntm) F2C-C25-119 is selected by evaluation above. C-15 tA nA + tR nR + tB nB t t t Average input speed nE = (Formula C-8) tO 0.0sec TB : Peak torque at breaking 400Ntm tB : Deceleration time 0. FS1 = 1.6 10-2.2 Evaluate of maximum input speed 2500(r/min) < 3500(r/min) (Table C-1) Evaluate of average input speed 2292(r/min) at50%ED < 2900(r/min) at50%ED (Table C-1) Evaluate of peak torque at acceleration and deceleration 600(Ntm) < 1030(Ntm) (Table C-2) Evaluate of emergency torque 1700(Ntm) < 2060(Ntm) (Table C-2) Allowable radial load at input shaft with coefficient in consideration Pro=538N=841 x (600/2292)1/3. side of flange 0.6 Calculate of %ED %ED = x 100 = 50% 7.2sec nR : Input speed with normal running 2500r/min Radial load at input shaft : Operated by timing belt with nB : Average input speed during deceleration 1250r/min moderate shock 196N at point 25mm from end of shaft Radial load at output shaft : Connection with gear.3sec TR : Normal running torque 250Ntm tR : Normal running time 3.3 x 1250 + 3.2 Pro 538 = = 315(N) > 196(N) (Table C-5. Cf =1. moderate shock 4116N at 60mm point from It considered that reducer is used to operate wrist of robot with moderate shock.3 at average input speed TOE = 2292 x 568 = 380(Ntm)≥306(Ntm)-->F2C-C25-119 3.2 x 4116 x 143.6 x 2292 x 1= 306(N m) t Allowable output torque 600 0.3sec Emergency torque : 1700N m t tP : Total running time 3.3 x 1250 x 40010/3 Average output torque TE = 3.3 To: Rated output torque at input speed 600 at average input speed TOE = x To (Formula C-10) 600r/min (Table C-2) nE When n E < 600. Lf =1. 13 .2 Evaluate of allowable moment Lr = 55+L1-a = 55+102-13.3 0.6 0. calculate %ED as T =10 (minutes).3 x 1250 x 60010/3+3.Calculation in Load Condition of Fig.5 = 143. FS1=1.3 x 1250 (Calculate) Average input speed nE = = 2292(r/min) 3.14 x 1.2.14.6sec nA : Average input speed during acceleration 1250r/min T : Single cycle time 7.0 x 2500 + 0. tO %ED %ED = x 100 (Formula C-11) T Maximum of single cycle time is 10 minutes when calculating %ED.0 x 2500 x 25010/3+0.25. Table C-15 FS2 Load factor Loading condition FS2 Uniform load 1 Moderate shock 11.5mm External Moment Calculated with the Coefficient Cf = 1.3 tA nATA10/3 + tR nR TR10/3 + tB nB TB10/3 t t t t t Average output torque TE = x FS2 (Formula C-9) tO Allowable rating output torque 0. When single cycle time is over 10 minutes. (Specification) TA : Acceleration peak torque 600Ntm tA : Acceleration time 0.25 x 1.25 x 1. Fomula C-1) Lf x Cf x FS1 1. M = Cf x FS1 x Pr x Lr = 1.2 Heavy shock 1. T OE equals to T O at input speed 600r/min.25.41.

C-16 Method of Assembly t1JMPUGPSNPVOUJOHJOQVUQBSUT 1VMMZ (FBSFUD BSFBT C in following figure.7 670 4670 476 F2CF-C45 12-M12 114 1160 7191 733 8-M12 114 1160 7760 791 F2CF-C55 12-M14 181 1850 10919 1113 12-M12 114 1160 1308 1326 F2CF-C65 12-M16 284 2890 16893 1722 16-M16 114 1160 19404 1978 Eccentric High Speed Shaft Frame Number of Tightening torque Allowable transmitted torque by bolts size bolts-size Ntm kgftcm Ntm kgftm F2C-C25 6-M3 1.  t 'SJDUJPO$PFGGJDJFOU 14 . Tightening Torque and Allowable Transmitted Torque for Bolts 1 Allowable transmitted torque for bolts Quantity.92 40 196 20 F2CF-C55 8-M5 8.04 82 481 49 F2CF-C65 12-M5 8.0 F2CF-C35 6-M4 3. Table C-16 Output Flange Bolts Ring gear housing bolts Frame Number of Tightening torque Allowable transmitted torque by bolts Number of Tightening torque Allowable transmitted torque by bolts size bolts-size Ntm kgftcm Ntm kgftm bolts-size Ntm kgftcm Ntm kgftm F2C-C25 12-M8 33. size.4 340 3178 324 F2CF-C35 12-M10 65. Allowable peak torque for emergency stop that can be transmitted is shown in Table C-16. and tightening torque of bolt for the output flange and ring gear housing are shown in Table C-16. Example for Assembly 1 11-2.67 17 69 7. Notice for Designing 11-1 Precision in Assembly Dimensions Fig.92 40 157 16 F2CF-C45 6-M4 3.4 340 2080 212 12-M8 33. t6TF B for output shaft assembly and A for casing assembly as pilot for mounting.04 82 785 80  t #PMU6TFNFUSJDIFYBHPOTPDLFUIFBEDBQTDSFXCBTFEPO+*4# TUSFOHUIHSBEF  t $PVOUFSNFBTVSF GPS CPMUT MPPTFOJOH  6TF BEIFTJWFT -PDUJUF  FUD  PS TQSJOH XBTIFS CBTFEPO+*4# DMBTT   t 6TF DPOJDBM TQSJOH XBTIFS #BTFE PO +*4 #  DMBTT   PO GMBOHF TJEF XIFO DPVQMJOH UIF reducer to prevent damaging the bolt bearing surface. 11.7 670 4267 435 8-M10 65.

. Assembly Surface "b" Recommended liquid gasket: Liquid gasket Three Bond 1215 of Three Bond Co. FINE CYCLO® is filled with grease (Multemp FZ No.+40 Ceisius Degree. (2) Motor shaft Pully Attach Pulley or equivalent parts to Ring gear housing bolts input shaft with bolts. F-CYCLO must be sent to SHI-factory.(Pilot B ) Apply liquid gasket to the assembly side "b" at this point. 00) before shipment to customer. t Condition of use: Ambient temperture -10 . Apply liquid gasket to the assembly side "a" at this point. Notes1) Make sure to apply specified tightening torque( refer to Table C-16) to bolts when attaching reducer. Lubrication t Grease supply at the time of assembly is not necessary. Table C-18 Unit: g Frame size C25 C35 C45 C55 C65 Grease(g) 75 110 140 200 300 15 . t Overhaul recommended when reducer runs for total 20000 hours or 3-5 years after purchase. t Overhaul requires experience and technique. 11-4. Ltd.(Pilot A ) Oposit side (Pilot ) can be used for attaching to the casing of machine. Notes2) Choose bolts shorter then the depth of tap indicated in output side flange and input shaft in Outline Drawing. Assembly Procedure Example for Assembly 1 (1) Assembly Surface "a" Casing of machine FINE CYCLO ® F-Series is attached to the casing of machine with bolts. (3) Output flange Input shaft bolts Output shaft bolts Attach Output flange of FINE CYCLO to output shaft of machine by bolts.11-3.

12. Outline Drawing F2C-C25 Mass 12.5kg F2CF-C35 Mass 21kg 16 .

Outline Drawing F2CF-C45 Mass 32kg F2CF-C55 Mass 45kg 17 .

Outline Drawing F2CF-C65 Mass 62kg 18 .

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