Boston Gear Datasheets for Gears

Gears are rotating mechanical devices employing 'teeth' in order to transmit torque between separate axes. Two or more cooperating gears are called a transmission and can produce a mechanical advantage by changing speed, torque or rotation direction.


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Overview Boston Gear change gears are used primarily on machine tools to provide different cutting speeds while using a constant speed input. All Boston Gear change gears are manufactured with...
Overview Boston Gear pinion wire is a type of spur gear with a face width of 4 feet, no hub, and no bore. The gear teeth are drawn (formed not...
Overview Boston Gear's internal gears are spur gears turned "inside out." In other words, the teeth are cut into the inside diameter while the outside diameter is kept smooth. This...
Overview Boston Gear's spur gears, which are designed to transmit motion and power between parallel shafts, are the most economical gears in the power transmission industry. We offer both 14...
Overview Boston Gear's stem pinions feature small numbers of teeth that are cut integral to the steel shaft. Using a special, enlarged pitch diameter minimizes the undercutting of the teeth.
Overview Boston Gear's stock helical gears are manufactured in both right- and left-handed configurations with an industry standard 45° helix angle to transmit motion and power between non-intersecting shafts that...
Overview Boston Gear's stock miter and bevel gears are specifically designed for the efficient transmission of power and motion between intersecting shafts at a right angle (90°). Miter gears are...
Overview Gear rack, when used with spur gears, converts rotary motion into linear motion. Gear rack from Boston Gear is designed to operate with our stock 14 1/2° and 20°
Overview When used with Boston Gear worms, Boston Gear's worm gears provide effective power transmission in applications requiring high-ratio speed reduction in a limited space using right angle (90°), non-intersecting...
Overview When used with worm gears, Boston Gear worms provide an effective answer for power transmission applications requiring high ratio speed reduction in a limited space using right angle (90°),...