Bevel Gears

  • Supplier High Precision Ring and Pinion Gear Set

    Supplier High Precision Ring and Pinion Gear Set

    ● Module: 4

    ● Material: SUS 303

    ● Tolerance Class: ISO 7

     

  • Zero Degree Helical Gears for Collaborative Robots

    Zero Degree Helical Gears for Collaborative Robots

    Gleason tooth profile

    ● Material: 20CrMnTi

    ● Module:2.5

    ● Number of Tooth: 52

    ● Heat Treatment: Carburization

    ● Surface treatment: Grinding

    ● Hardness: 58-62HRC

    ● Accuracy: Din 6

  • Hypoid Bevel Gears Used in Industrial Robot

    Hypoid Bevel Gears Used in Industrial Robot

    Gleason tooth profile

    ● Material: 20CrMo

    ● Module:1.8

    ● Pitch Diameter: 18.33 mm

    ● Turn Direction:Right

    ● Heat Treatment: Carburization

    ● Surface treatment: Grinding

    ● Hardness: 58-62HRC

    ● Accuracy: Din 6

  • Zerol Bevel Gears for Robotic Systems

    Zerol Bevel Gears for Robotic Systems

    Zerol bevel gears are bevel gears with curved teeth designed for smoother and quieter operation than straight bevel gears. Their helix angle is zero degrees, hence the name “Zerol”. The teeth of the gears are also cut in a way that allows them to maintain a constant longitudinal profile, which helps to minimize slippage that occurs between the teeth during operation. This design makes them ideal for applications requiring high precision, low noise, and high efficiency, such as automotive transmissions, aerospace equipment, and robotics.

  • Custom Ratio 1:1, 2:1, 3:2, 4:3 Straight Bevel Gears for Conveyors

    Custom Ratio 1:1, 2:1, 3:2, 4:3 Straight Bevel Gears for Conveyors

    The speed ratio of straight bevel gears varies by application. It is determined by the number of teeth on each gear and is calculated using the following formula: Ratio = Number of teeth on driving gear / Number of teeth on driven gear.

    The most common ratios for straight bevel gears are 1:1, 2:1, 3:2 and 4:3. However, other ratios may be used depending on specific application requirements. Typically, lower gear ratios are used for high torque applications and higher gear ratios are used for high speed applications.

  • Ground Spiral Bevel Gears for Construction Machinery

    Ground Spiral Bevel Gears for Construction Machinery

    Spiral bevel gears are made of high-grade alloy steel such as AISI 8620 or 9310. The manufacturer adjusts the accuracy according to the desired application. Industrial AGMA quality grades 8-14 are sufficient, but severe applications may require higher qualities. The manufacturing process includes cutting blanks from bar or forged parts, machining teeth, heat treating for durable properties, precision grinding/grinding and quality testing. These gears transmit power in applications such as transmissions and heavy equipment differentials.

  • Spiral Bevel Gears Used in Agricultural Machinery Gearboxes

    Spiral Bevel Gears Used in Agricultural Machinery Gearboxes

    A spiral bevel gear is a type of bevel gear designed to transmit power and motion between intersecting shafts at different angles. They feature a helical tooth profile that provides smoother, quieter operation, and greater strength and durability than traditional straight bevel gears. Spiral bevel gears are commonly used in industrial machinery, automotive differentials, and power transmission applications requiring high torque and precision. They are designed for efficient power transmission and minimize friction and wear, making them a reliable and practical choice for many industries.

  • High Quality Spiral Miter Gears for Smooth Power Transmission

    High Quality Spiral Miter Gears for Smooth Power Transmission

    A miter gear is a bevel gear used to transmit power between shafts that meet at a 90-degree angle. They feature straight teeth that engage at a 45-degree angle for efficient and smooth power transfer. One of the main characteristics of miter gears is that they can transmit power at right angles, which is why they are often used in machines with crossed axes.

  • Supplier Custom Hypoid Bevel Gears Used in Robotic Arms

    Supplier Custom Hypoid Bevel Gears Used in Robotic Arms

    Hypoid gears are often used in automotive applications where low profile gearboxes are required, such as rear wheel drive vehicles. They are also used in heavy machinery and equipment such as mining equipment and agricultural machinery. Due to their design, hypoid gears can withstand higher torque loads than standard spiral bevel gears and also run quieter and smoother. They are especially useful in applications where the input and output shafts are not aligned with each other, as the offset design of the hypoid gears allows for more flexibility in the placement of the gears in the gearbox.