Transmissions can supply a wide selection of gear rack and gears in a variety of sizes and materials. Providing also low cost and high precision versions. Directly cut spur gears, bevel equipment units, helical gears and worm gear sets are available. We’ll find the perfect balance between price and performance to attain your goals.

Transmissions can supply a wide variety of gear rack and gears in various sizes and materials. Providing also low cost and high precision versions. Directly cut spur gears, bevel gear units, helical gears and worm gear sets are all available. We’ll find an ideal balance between cost and performance to achieve your goals.
Our metric precision gear choices include precision spur gears, pinion gears and shafts, gear racks, helical gears, bevel gears, worms and wormwheel gears, and specialized gears.
Used where the axes of two shafts intersect, bevel gears feature Metric Gear Rack conically-shaped tooth-bearing faces that permit them to be used at an angle to the other gear face (most often 90°, though various other angles are feasible). Miter gears are two identical bevel gears that are mated at a right position (90°); miter gears most often transmit motion at a 1:1 ratio-ratios as high as 4:1 are feasible.
For all your commercial gearing requirements including spur, bevel, miter, helical and worm gears.

This product category includes the next types of metric gears: Flat gears, ring gears, sector gears, rack and pinion gears, internal gears, face gears, metric worm gears, metric spur gears, planetary gears, cluster gears, complex gears, hub gears, gear segments, gear shafts, and gear assemblies with; worms; threads; helical, spur and bevel gear tooth, cross holes, lightening holes, holes with threads, slot machine games, etc. Non-gear components include: Knobs, and knob shafts, non-geared shafts, instrument ideas, pallets, and stops. All products are produced to customized requirements expressed in ins or metric measurements.
Gears are rotating machine parts that are used to transmit rotational motion and torque. Generally consisting of a flat disc with protruding teeth, or cogs, gears mesh with another toothed component (usually one or more additional gears, which is then known as a gear train, or transmission). When combined in the proper ratio, precision gears can transform the velocity, torque, and also the direction of a power resource. When one gear is bigger than the additional, a mechanical advantage is produced, with the torque and rotational acceleration of the gears varying in relation to their respective diameters.

Our metric precision gear choices include precision spur gears, pinion gears and shafts, gear racks, helical gears, bevel gears, worms and wormwheel gears, and specialized gears.
Used where the axes of two shafts intersect, bevel gears feature conically-shaped tooth-bearing faces that allow them to be used in an angle to the other gear face (frequently 90°, though other angles are feasible). Miter gears are two identical bevel gears that are mated at a right angle (90°); miter gears frequently transmit motion at a 1:1 ratio-ratios as high as 4:1 are feasible.
For all your industrial gearing requirements including spur, bevel, miter, helical and worm gears.