# How do you choose a DC motor for a robot?

## How do you choose a DC motor for a robot?

10 Steps to Choosing the Right Motors for Your Robotic Project

- Step 1: Determine the total weight and traction requirements.
- Step 2: Calculate the traction wheel rotation speed.
- Step 3: Calculate the traction motor power/torque.
- Step 4: Calculate the lifter motor rotation speed.

## Can I make a robot at home?

There are a lot of different types of robots that you can make by yourself. You can make a robot completely from analog components or buy a starter kit from scratch! Building your own robot is a great way to teach yourself both electronics as well as computer programming.

**What household items have DC motors?**

Good usually Purely battery or battery/mains motorised appliances will usually have DC motors – eg electric toothbrush, razors, battery belnders, .

### What are the parts of DC motor?

DC motors include two key components: a stator and an armature. The stator is the stationary part of a motor, while the armature rotates. In a DC motor, the stator provides a rotating magnetic field that drives the armature to rotate.

### How do you select a project for a DC motor?

Key criteria for selecting a DC motor includes first finding out what voltage is readily available for the application and what physical size the motor needs to be. Speed and torque can then be considered once these first two parameters are determined. 1. Voltage availability is a critical element in motor selection.

**How much weight can a 12v DC motor move?**

The maximum torque is given as 1.2 kg*cm (which includes the gearbox-transition), which means having wheels with an radius of 1 cm (or 2cm in diameter) will give you a force that is equivalent to 1.2 kg in weight at nominal voltage, as long as your electronics can provide a current of 300 mA (load current).

#### How can you make a DC motor more powerful?

How to improve torque and RPM of a DC motor?

- Case 1: Increase/Decrease strength of permanent magnets. What would happen to torque and RPM?
- Case 2: Increase/Decrease size of magnet wires.
- Case 3: Increase/Decrease the size of armature.
- Case 4: Increase/Decrease the number of turns (coil).