C25 Arm Quick Release System for Cinestar 6/8

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  1. Neill Whiteley

    Neill Whiteley New Member

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    Good morning everyone. We posted here some months ago about this product. But, we figured a fresh thread would be appropriate. We are shipping these starting this coming Wednesday 6/03/15. We already have about half of our first batch spoken for from those who have been waiting for our release, but there still are units left! Everything you need to know is listed here on our product page:

    http://www.catalystmachineworks.com...multirotor-arms-for-cinestar-or-similar-craft

    But, if you still have questions please feel free to contact us at info@catalystmachineworks.com or just post here. We recently ran load testing for the C25 using a 550mm arm up to 20 LBS. This is 20 LBS on one arm... The 550mm is the distance from the far interior edge of the C25 coupling to the motor output shaft on the end of the arm. Once we finish producing the load test video I'll post it up here. Looking forward to fielding questions.

    Cheers!

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  2. Neill Whiteley

    Neill Whiteley New Member

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    Guys and gals,

    Here is the load test we ran for the C25. We ran up to 20 LBS, well actually 21 including the chain. We wanted to test to failure, but we used up all our weight so we had to stop the test. Needless to say the weight we achieved is well within the load rating we designed for. We have rated the C25 to 7.5 LBS using a 550mm arm (distance from the coupling to motor shaft). Shorter arms can allow for more weight.

     

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