2x1 Single Stage Elevator Bearing and Structure Kit

am-3844

$179.00

The AndyMark 2x1 Elevator System is designed to be a robust, simple solution for building reliable linear motion systems. This easy-to-build kit solves one of the most difficult parts of building t...Read More

Product Overview

The AndyMark 2x1 Elevator System is designed to be a robust, simple solution for building reliable linear motion systems. This easy-to-build kit solves one of the most difficult parts of building these mechanisms by providing precision cut sheet metal brackets to support the rollers and bearings for a smooth single-stage linear system. This kit takes the 2x1 Single Stage Elevator Bearing Kit (am-3779) and combines it with our 2"x1"x0.063" Aluminum Box Tubing (am-3214-6) with some hardware to create a lightweight and versatile linear motion system.

Note: This product is specifically designed for 2"x1" (outside dimensions) aluminum box tubing. It is not compatible with other sizes of aluminum tubing.

Individual Components within Bundle:
  • 4 - Large Bearing Plate for 2x1 Elevator (am-3794)
  • 4 - Small Bearing Plate for 2x1 Elevator (am-3793)
  • 8 - 3/4" OD, .382" ID, 1" long Aluminum Spacer (am-1450)
  • 8 - 5/8" OD, .382" ID, 3/4" long Aluminum Spacer (am-1451)
  • 8 - Nylon Roller for 2x1 Elevator (am-1449)
  • 8 - 3/8-16 x 3" Hex Bolt (am-1452)
  • 8 - 3/8-16 Nylon Insert Nut (am-1054)
  • 128 - 3/16" Steel Rivet, 1/8-1/4" Grip (am-1226) (plus extras included)
  • 8 - 1614ZZ Bearing (am-0209)
  • 8 - 1/4" Washer (am-1027)
  • 4 - 10-32 Nylon Insert Nut (am-1042)
  • 4 - 10-32 x 2.75" SHCS (am-1397)
  • 4 - .192" ID, .250" OD, 2.14" long Brass Tube (am-0602)
  • 4 - 2"x1"x0.063" Aluminum Box Tubing (am-3214-6)
  • 16 - 90 Degree Gusset (am-2906)

3 reviews

  1. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Yes, exactly what we paid for.

    We were not looking for a complete solution for the lift, just the ability to add functional guides for the up and down motion that would be robust and adaptable to our needs. that is what we got. Really appreciate the weight of the whole assembly and the strength of the final mechanism (we were initially very concerned about the thin wall aluminum 1 x 2 that comes with it) It more than met our needs, It handled countless prototype failures where motors were set to full power 6 inches above where there was track to move, things broke, but the tube always held up. Very happy with our final solution, and if we hadn't lost the week and a half to the snow our first district event would have gone better, no fault of the lift that we did poorly week one. I recommend this to anyone looking to design a functional robot that takes student efforts into account. Also a REV NEO at full power is a dangerous thing :-)

  2. star empty_star empty_star empty_star empty_star 1.0 out of 5 stars

    EXACTLY what you pay for.

    When purchasing this component, we assumed the instructions would have information about how to mount a motor. This is an incorrect assumption. When we realized the issue, I called their support line, and they told me that they have no support for mounting a motor, BUT if I looked on YouTube, I would be able to find teams that are demoing the system. As a side note, our robot is using both AndyMark's elevator system and a competitor's. The competitor's system not only has a 40 minute video detailing every aspect of the lift. The video gives the builders best practices and even explains possible pitfalls. (AndyMark response: This product is a bearing system and structure, and does not include power transmission. Thank you for the suggestion of improving our instructions and video content.)

  3. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

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