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Gearing Configuration:

AGMA Quality Rating:

Axis Drive Force:

Axis Weight Rating:

Preload:

Integral Rack and Rail?

Ground Teeth?

Help with Rack and Pinion Drives specifications:

Drive Configuration
   Gearing Configuration       
   Your choices are...         
   Straight Tooth       Straight tooth gears contain teeth that run parallel to the axis of the gear. Load movement or transfer is manual or walk-behind. 
   Helical Tooth       Helical tooth gears provide continuous engagement along the tooth length and are often quieter and more efficient than straight tooth gears. 
   Roller Pinion       Roller pinion drives use bearing supported rollers that mesh with the teeth of that rack in order to provide minimal to no backlash. 
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   AGMA Quality Rating      The American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) publishes quality-level standards for gears based on pitch variation, profile error, and tooth alignment accuracy. Quality levels are defined in the AGMA 2000-A88 Gear Classification and Inspection Hand Book. In general, higher quality levels indicate higher quality gears. AGMA 8 and 9 describe lapped gear teeth. AGMA 11 and higher describe hardened and ground teeth. Typically, AGMA quality requirements involve application consultation with suppliers.
   Your choices are...         
   AGMA 8       Devices have an AGMA 8 quality rating. 
   AGMA 9       Devices have an AGMA 9 quality rating. 
   AGMA 10       Devices have an AGMA 10 quality rating. 
   AGMA 11       Devices have an AGMA 11 quality rating. 
   AGMA 12       Devices have an AGMA 12 quality rating.  
   Other       Other unlisted AGMA quality rating. 
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System Parameters
   Axis Drive Force       Axis drive force is the maximum drive force for which drives are rated. The rating represents the torque of the motor transmitted through the pinion to the rack. 
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   Axis Weight Rating       Axis weight rating is the rated weight for the driven axis. 
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   Preload       
   Your choices are...         
   Split Pinion       Split pinions contain a torsion spring or other anti-backlash mechanism that enable the pinion to load both sides of the rack simultaneously.  
   Mechanical Preload       Mechanical preloading consists of a drive pinion and a second preload pinion and gearbox. To maintain preloading and eliminate backlash, the preload assembly applies an opposing force to the drive assembly. 
   Electrical Preload       Electrical preloading consists of a drive pinion and motor, as well as a second pinion/motor assembly that applies an opposing or braking force. The opposing motor can take over during deceleration, smoothing carriage stops and reversals. 
   Other       Other unlisted or specialized preloading system. 
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Features
   Integral Rack and Rail       Rack teeth are machined or ground directly onto the moving element to increase power transmission efficiency. 
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   Ground Teeth       The gearing (rack and pinion) features hardened and ground teeth for a precise fit and smoother operation. 
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