Also known as ilon wheels It is a conventional wheel with a series of rollers attached to its circumference, these rollers having an axis of rotation at 45° to the plane of the wheel in a plane parallel to the axis of rotation of the wheel. Depending on each individual wheel direction and speed, the resulting combination of all these forces produce a total force vector in any desired direction thus allowing the platform to move freely in the direction of the resulting force vector, without changing of the wheels themselves.It is perfect for tight space.
|P/N||Description||Wheel Dia||Axia width||No.of
|Net Weight||Load Capacity|
|AD-205-1||100mm Mecanum Wheel Right||100mm||50mm||9||Aluminum Alloy||Rubber||400g||15kg|
|AD-205-2||100mm Mecanum Wheel Left||100mm||50mm||9||Aluminum Alloy||Rubber||400g||15kg|
|AD-205-3||152mm Mecanum Wheel Right||152.4mm||55.5mm||15||Aluminum Alloy||Rubber||600g||15kg|
|AD-205-4||152mm Mecanum Wheel Left||152.4mm||55.5mm||15||Aluminum Alloy||Rubber||600g||15kg|
Wheel hub assembly contains a wheel bearing
and a hub to mount a wheel to a motor.
- Compact size.
- High load capacity
- Add omni direction capabilities to your vehicle
- Transfer vehicle
The four mecanum wheels are each connected to a motor for independent control. The robot
can move forward, reverse and spin just like four regular wheels. The configuration of rollers at
45° also allows the robot to translate sideways and through a combination of these, in any direction
(even while spinning!). We splits the force into two vectors, one forward/backward and
one right/left. When the wheels on one side are spun in opposite directions, the forward and
backward vectors cancel out while both sideways vectors add up. Doing the reverse with the
other two wheels results in four added sideways vectors.