The ZR series of the right angle flexible installation options
12 reducer ratios: 1=6-200
Low return interval: P1, P2
Rated output torque: 45Nm-120N. m
Even at the highest extreme speed, the highest efficiency can be achieved: 94%
Lifetime lubrication, maintenance free
Convenient installation, lightweight
Precision planetary gear reducer is another name for planetary gear reducer in the industry. Its main transmission structure is planetary gear, sun gear and inner gear ring.
Compared with other gear reducers, precision planetary gear reducers have the characteristics of high rigidity, high precision (single stage can achieve less than 1 point), high transmission efficiency (single stage can achieve 97% – 98%), high torque/volume ratio, lifelong maintenance-free, etc. Most of them are installed on stepper motor and servo motor to reduce speed, improve torque and match inertia.
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Contribution of Angle Gearboxes to Changing Rotational Direction
Angle gearboxes, also known as bevel gearboxes, play a significant role in altering the direction of rotational motion in mechanical systems. They achieve this by utilizing specially designed bevel gears that have their teeth cut at an angle, typically 90 degrees. This angled configuration allows the gears to mesh smoothly while transmitting power between intersecting shafts at different angles.
Here’s how angle gearboxes contribute to changing the direction of rotational motion:
- Meshing of Bevel Gears: Angle gearboxes consist of two bevel gears with intersecting shafts. The gears have teeth that are cut in a way that enables them to mesh together when the shafts are at an angle, usually perpendicular to each other.
- Transfer of Torque: When one bevel gear receives rotational input from a source, it transmits torque to the second bevel gear through the meshing of their teeth. This transfer of torque allows power to be transmitted from one shaft to the other.
- Change in Direction: As the first bevel gear rotates, it drives the second bevel gear to rotate in a direction that is perpendicular to the input shaft. This change in direction of rotation is a fundamental function of angle gearboxes.
- Multiple Configurations: Angle gearboxes come in various configurations to accommodate different angles between shafts, including right angle (90 degrees), acute angles, and obtuse angles. This versatility allows them to adapt to diverse applications.
Angle gearboxes are crucial components in mechanical systems where the input and output shafts need to be oriented at different angles. Their ability to smoothly change the direction of rotational motion makes them valuable in a wide range of industries and applications.
editor by CX 2023-09-04