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2017-10-31 20:48:45
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I am looking for a suction cup that uses a motor/ actuator instead of a air compressor.

Check out "VERIBOR lever suction cups", I could remove the lever from this and attach an actuator to it, but that would be a very dirty solution. Is there any suction cups on the market that only require linear motion, built to be attached to an actuator? Or is there perhaps a module containing a suction cup attached to a linear actuator?


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what i found out was if your vacuum doesn't have suction you need to make sure you have all the air out of the hose that is attached to you vacuum.

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No, because we have so much more body mass than the lizards the cups wouldn't be able to hold us as well

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some use a mechanical geared pump but most smaller bikes use suction and gravity feed fuel lines

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