Our Omnidirectional wheels will make your application/robot move in all the direction!!!!!
The EasyMech 100mm Double Glass Fiber Omni Wheel gives your robot more controllable degrees of freedom as compared to conventional wheels which give only 2 degrees of freedom i.e moving forward and backward. The EasyMech Omni Wheels provide easy 360° movement; with rotational and sideways maneuverability.
Thus this is the mostly used sophisticated technology to convert a robot from Non-Holonomic to Holonomic. This omnidirectional wheels from EasyMech are used in robotics, trolleys, transfer conveyor, shipping carts, luggage and so on.
What makes this wheels move in all direction, those are the small rollers along the wheel circumference. These Rollers are placed in such a way that the rotational axis of this rollers is perpendicular to the rotational axis of the main wheel. So, the Omni wheels can rotate in a forward and a backward direction like ordinary wheels and also rotate freely around itself i.e 360° rotation because of such two rotational axes within one wheel.
The EasyMech 100mm Double Glass Fiber Omni Wheel equips double glass fiber disc for each wheel plate. They feature rubber rollers along the circumference of the wheel which avoids slipping while moving sideways and gives minimum friction in movement.
To connect this wheel with other peripherals it has pitch circle diameter(PCD) of 47.5 for mounting couplings like EasyMech Anti-Slip Coupling or EasyMech Hub Coupling etc. We have the large number of motors available which are ready to be coupled with this wheel some of them are mentioned below or you can directly check our Motors Category for more,
- Branded high-quality wheel
- It can bear loads around 10-15 kg.
- 4 disc assembly gives them good strength.
- These are heavy duty wheels.
- Blue color wheel.
- Compatible with couplings of PCD-47.5 ( EasyMech Anti-Slip Coupling and EasyMech Hub Coupling )
Package Includes :
1 x 100mm Double Glass Fiber Omni Wheel
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