3d printed Encoder

A customer of mine at the University of Kassel namely the Electric Motors and Drives institute asked me to print them some parts to mount an encoder they needed to test with one of their dspace control boxes they were having issues with. They required a mount for the electronics onto a super high RPM motor they had lying around (10k rpm) and for the magnetic encoder ring onto the shaft.

Here’s some pictures of the result.


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