Posted by **Bob** on Friday, June 25, 2010 at 9:22am.

I have a formula for inertia torque T(inertia) = .09 x Wk^2(inertia)/S(stops) x t(move)^2

This is a shaft that indexes 36 degrees at a time so that how we determine 10 stops for S. I do not know where the factor .09 comes from. Can you explain

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