Useful CAD Resources


#1

Here we share CAD resources. Post anything you think might be useful.
Thanks for your contributions!


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N5065 with laser cut encoder test jig - Oskar Weigl (@madcowswe)


Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 5065 with 3D printed encoder test jig - Oskar Weigl (@madcowswe)


EMP C4250 with laser cut encoder test jig - Oskar Weigl (@madcowswe)


Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 6374 - Taylor Alexander (@tlalexander)


N5065 Motor 3D Models
Getting Started With ODrive
#2

N5065 Motor

N5065 Motor / J733 test jig


#3

Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 4250


#4

Hey all, thanks for these resources they are very helpful. madcowswe, do you suppose you could put links to your CAD models somewhere other than Onshape? Perhaps just STEP files somewhere that those of us who don’t use Onshape can access easily? (I can’t get it to work in my browser and am unable to export them)


#5

I have made a 3d printable mount for the N5065 motor that works with the AMT102-V encoder which can be found here.

This model was made so that I could also include a duct and fan to aid with cooling of the motor.

However I found that when I printed and tested this concept the fan did not aid much in cooling. I have ordered a more powerful server fan which will hopefully make a bigger difference. When I get around to testing that fan I will post the results in a separate thread. In the mean time I thought others might find this model useful for getting started with this motor and encoder.

Edit: I forgot to mention (it was on grabcad though) that only the motor mount and duct are my own. The model of the N5065 motor is by Paul Guenette (@Wetmelon below), the AMT102-V Encoder is by Electropioneer Serbia (AMT102-V Encoder) and the DC fan is a modified version of the model provided by Andrew Thomas (60mm DC Fan)


#6

I’ve modeled this motor: https://odriverobotics.com/shop/motor-and-encoder

Note that, as the grabcad description says - the external dimensions should be accurate, but I just made my best guess at the internals. Mass is correct (450g). If opened in SolidWorks, the assembly should also be correctly constrained (again, externally).
https://grabcad.com/library/n5065-motor-1


#7

grabcad.com


#8

CAD Model for the Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 5045 motor. Outside dimensions should be accurate to the 2d CAD drawing from the HK website. Will be printing an enclosure/mount soon so I’ll no for sure quite soon!

Grabcad Link:
https://grabcad.com/library/740144

Thanks,


#9

This is a 3D printable prop adaptor for the N5065 motors that come with odrive. It uses an M8 bolt for the shaft.


#10

grabcad.com d6374-150kv

grabcad.com d5065-270kv


#11

Heh,

Didn’t see this awesome model and modeled the one I got too.

Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 4250 350KV

https://grabcad.com/library/turnigy-aerodrive-sk3-4250-350kv-brushless-dc-motor-1


ODrive 6374 Housing
#12

Hi all, Richard Parsons, suggested I post this; SO

here is V2@75mm 6374 Housing you all might get some use, and save some time!

https://grabcad.com/library/odrive-6374-75-od-version-1

Ready to Print, or Machine.

Regards Jerry :grinning:


#13

Low profile 3D printable AMT102 encoder mount of the D6374 Odrive BLDC motor.

https://grabcad.com/library/odrive-d6374-3d-printable-low-profile-encoder-mount-for-amt102-encoder-1


Simulator rig with ODrive
#14

3D Printable motor mount for SK3 50XX motors. Two designs, one with the motor perpendicular to the base and the other horizontal. Both have space for the AMT1022 encoder and leave a little shaft stick out for use with a shaft coupler.


#15

I made a box for the KEDA 63-64 190KV motor.

It is designed so it is simple to 3d-print. The front plate is just flat, so if you need to connect the motor to something, it is easy to design a replacement.

Please see details here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3167864