Rotary damper mechanism

A rotary damper is a small tool that can be incorporated into many devices, enabling them to operate with a smooth and controlled motion. 

 

The working mechanism is very simple and it is based on the torque, i. e. the intensity of resistance.

The torque of a rotary damper

 

A rotating damper is filled with a viscous fluid, such as a silicone oil or grease, and its torque is determined by the viscosity of the fluid and the shape of the rotor rotating inside the device.

 

Continuous and non-continuous dampers

 

There are two types of rotary dampers: continuous and non-continuous. Both of them operate by rotation about a single axis, rotary dampers can provide resistance in clockwise (one-way), anti-clockwise (one-way) or both (two-ways) directions.

Continuous dampers can freely rotate beyond 360°, while non-continuous dampers cannot rotate beyond 360°.

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