Hymark/Kentucky Gauge 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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|In hypoid bevel gears, the drive pinion is axially offset on the top or on the bottom. The pinion diameter is larger to enable higher transmissions. Hypoid bevel gears have...|
|Spiral-toothed bevel gears with arc-shaped teeth are particularly suitable for transmitting forces at a 90° angle or at any other angle as required. They can be used at high speeds,...|