The present invention relates to a positioning structure of a motor of an air compressor which is capable of fixing the motor on the base without using any screw(s).
The motor 13 is fixed on the base 11 by using multiple screws 15. However, the multiple screws 15 are removed easily after a period of using time.
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The present invention has arisen to mitigate and/or obviate the afore-described disadvantages.
The primary aspect of the present invention is to provide a positioning structure of a motor of an air compressor which is capable of fixing the motor on the base without using any screw(s).
In operation, the multiple through orifices of the front face are engaged on the multiple posts of the base individually, and the bearing housing of the front face of the motor is received in the first locating orifice of the base, wherein an outer wall of the motor is retained by the two symmetrical arcuate retainers of the base. In the meantime, an end of the motor, fitted with the magnetic coil, abuts against two top faces of the two symmetrical arcuate retainers, and the two hooks of the two symmetrical elongated plates of the base are engaged with the motor, thus fixing the motor on the base securely.
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The base 3 includes multiple locating orifices which are a first locating orifice 31 and a second locating orifice 32, wherein a small-diameter gear 61 is inserted through the first locating orifice 31 to fit on a central shaft of the motor 7, and a bearing housing 71 of the motor 7 is accommodated in the first locating orifice 31, a diameter A of a top of the small-diameter gear 61 is less than an outer diameter B of the bearing housing 71, and the second locating orifice 32 accommodates a bearing 37. The motor 7 includes a magnetic coil 72 made of metal and configured to conduct magnetism so as to enhance operating efficiency of the motor 7.
The cylinder 4 is one-piece or is movably connected on the base 3, and the cylinder 4 includes an air storage seat 41, an air pipe connected with the air storage seat 41 and configured to delivery air, and a pressure gauge 42 coupled on the air storage seat 41.
The diameter A of the top of the small-diameter gear 61 is more than the outer diameter B of the bearing housing 71, as shown in
A transmission mechanism 6 includes a large-diameter gear 62 having a counterweight block and meshing with the small-diameter gear 61, wherein the large-diameter gear 62 is connected with the bearing 37 via a connection rod (not shown), and the transmission mechanism 6 actuates the piston 5 to move in the cylinder 4 reciprocately so as to compress air.
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Thereby, the multiple through orifices 74, 75 of the motor 7 are engaged on the multiple posts 35, 36 of the base 3 individually, and the bearing housing 71 of the front face 70 of the motor 7 is received in the first locating orifice 31 of the base 3, wherein the outer wall of the motor 7 is retained by the two symmetrical arcuate retainers 34 of the base 3. In the meantime, the end of the motor 7, fitted with the magnetic coil 72, abuts against two top faces 341 of the two symmetrical arcuate retainers 34, and the two hooks 331 of the two symmetrical elongated plates 33 of the base 3 are engaged with the motor 7, thus fixing the motor 7 on the base 3 securely.
While the preferred embodiments of the invention have been set forth for the purpose of disclosure, modifications of the disclosed embodiments of the invention and other embodiments thereof may occur to those skilled in the art. Accordingly, the appended claims are intended to cover all embodiments which do not depart from the spirit and scope of the invention.
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