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Ground Worm Shaft

Ground Worm Shaft

Worm gears (or wormwheel gears) and worms (or worm drives) are designed to work together to transfer motion between non-intersecting shaft at right angles. Worm gears and worms, which resemble spur gears and screws, respectively, combine to provide a high reduction...

Self Locking Worm Gear

Self Locking Worm Gear

Self-locking Worm Gear A self-locking worm gear is a type of worm gear that does not allow the interchangeability of the input and output gears. As you know, in spur gear trains you can interchange the driving gear and the driven gear but the same is not possible for...

Globoid Worm Gear

Globoid Worm Gear

Compared to the simple cylindrical worm drive, the globoid (or throated) worm design significantly increases the contact area between the worm shaft and the teeth of the gear wheel, and therefore greatly improves load capacity and other performance parameters of the...

Worm Gear Slew Drive

Worm Gear Slew Drive

Slewing ring, also known as slewing bearings or turntable bearing, is a large bearing which is able to sustain the more axial load, radial load and tilting moment. It is known as: “machine joints”, the essential machinery transmission parts, between the...

Gearbox Worm Drive

Gearbox Worm Drive

This gearbox utilizes a 30:1 ratio worm-drive reduction for applications that require extremely slow and smooth rotational motion.  The worm-drive design not only minimizes backlash but also eliminates back-driving the gearmotor so a position can be held even...

Double Reduction Worm Gearbox

Double Reduction Worm Gearbox

Ever-Power Double Reduction Worm Gear Units are constructed using two single reduction worm gear units. The primary worm gear unit is specially designed to mount integrally on a standard single worm gear unit which forms the secondary stage. The complete gear unit...

Hydraulic Planetary Drive

Hydraulic Planetary Drive

Planetary Gearbox PG planetary gear units are divided into 21 basic groups depending on the different torques that are to be transmitted to the output shaft, which can vary from 0,05 to 1.280 kNm. In fact, the product modular construction permits the coupling of bevel...

globoid worm

globoid worm

Compared to the simple cylindrical worm drive, the globoid (or throated) worm design significantly increases the contact area between the worm shaft and the teeth of the gear wheel, and therefore greatly improves load capacity and other performance parameters of the...

multi start worm gear

multi start worm gear

Worm drives (or worm gear sets) are right angled drives and are used in screw jacks where the input shaft is at right angles to the lifting screw. Other forms of right angle drives are bevel gears, and hypoid gears. Worm drives satisfy the requirements of many systems...

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