By now you’ve probably heard that the Ritter M-100 is a rollershot machine that uses a “screw-like” mechanism to roll parts from a roll plate onto the ground.
While the company’s name might ring a bell, the M-1000 has been around for more than 20 years, and it’s still available in the US.
Here’s a quick rundown of the major differences between the M100 and the M1000.
Mechanical difference M-2000 uses a 3.5-inch diameter roll bar.
The M-3000 uses a 5-inch bar, and the most recent model is the 5-in.
version that has been used for the last 20 years.
The roll bar in the M2000 is thicker than in the previous models, which allows for higher torque.
The 3.0-inch roll bar has two wheels that can be mounted on either side of the bar.
When you’re rolling the bar on the ground, the two wheels move on the same axis, creating an angle of attack.
This angle of approach allows the machine to maintain more torque.
On the M3000, the roll bar moves on a single axis, and there’s no gearbox.
On an M1000, the gearbox uses a hydraulic disc to control the roll rate.
The hydraulic disc has two shafts and one pinion that can spin at varying speeds.
The ball bearings on the M1500 and M2000 are identical.
They’re not interchangeable, and each one has different rotational speeds, so the M2500 and M4000 will use the same gearbox, but each will have its own different motor, gearbox and rotor.
Roll rate The M2000 and M3000 roll faster than the M5000, M4000, M5000 and M6000, which have similar gearing ratios.
The difference is that the M8000 has a higher ratio of gears, which results in less friction and more torque, but the M4000 has a lower gear ratio, which produces less torque.
Rollershot The M3000 and M5000 have a roller cam that’s mounted on a rotating shaft, and that shaft is mounted on the bottom of the rollbar.
The shaft is a single piece of aluminum and is rotating at an angle between 45° and 60°.
The cam rotates in a 90-degree angle, and its rotation speed is variable.
The machine also has an open shaft for the ball bearings, and an exhaust valve to vent air from the ball bearing.
A new roll bar is mounted in front of the motor and a motor is mounted to the rear.
In addition, a new cam gearbox is mounted at the rear of the machine.
These improvements make the M500 and M550 very powerful machines, but they’re expensive and can’t replace a good old-fashioned hand drill.
Mechanical differences The M1000 has a larger motor and more gears than the other models, but it also has a slightly higher torque rating.
The 2.5 in. roll bar can produce up to 10,000 pounds of torque.
Both machines can roll at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour, but most of the time the M6000 and M8000 will have a higher speed.
The new gearbox makes it possible to have both high torque and high roll rate, but you’ll want to use a motor with high gear ratio to get those results.
Roll speed can be modified for use in a manual gearbox or in an automatic gearbox that uses the gear ratio.
For more info, see our guide to motor ratios.
Roller bearings are the same size and diameter as those on the old machines, so they’re less likely to fail.
There are two different types of bearings on an M2000.
The older M2000 has a roller bearing and a rubber bearing.
The newer M2000 uses an aluminum bearing and uses a rubberized casing that’s lighter and tougher than the rubber.
The rubber casing has a better grip, and when the roller bearings fail, it’s easier to replace them.
The roller bearings on M3000 are a new design that’s more durable than the older ones.
The old ones didn’t have the rubber casing that prevents the roller bearing from cracking and breaking.
The more expensive M2000s roll bearings have been replaced with steel ones, and they’re better than the old ones.
Roll bar design The M5000 has a small-scale roller bar.
There’s also a larger roller bearing.
Both the roller and rubber bearings are on the ball.
A gearbox mounted on each side of each roller shaft has two gears, and these are used to control how the machine rolls.
There is a third gear on the back side of this gearbox to adjust the motor speed and gear ratio when you’re driving.
Both rollers are driven by a hydraulic disk, and a cam gearshaft drives them.
On a roll bar, the rotor is connected to the rotor shaft and drives the motor. A