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    Gears - (600 companies)
    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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    Metric Gears - (79 companies)
    Metric gears are defined by module, which designates the center-to-center distance between successive teeth. This criteria of gear selection is used in countries which have adopted the metric system and is intended to standardize gear selection...
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    Gear Manufacturing Services - (407 companies)
    ...are screw-like devices whose spiral teeth mate with the teeth of a round worm gear or worm wheel. Typically the worm is driven, and the worm wheel transmits power at a non-intersecting 90 axis. Worm gear drives are often used for high torque, high...
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    Landing Gear - (35 companies)
    Airplanes are most commonly outfitted with wheel sets underneath each of the plane's main wings, and one additional set of wheels either at the fore or aft of the plane (resulting in a 'tricycle' or 'conventional' landing gear arrangement, respectively...
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    Wheel and Track Drives - (13 companies)
    ...that allows disengagement from the gear unit to the motor for emergency towing. Planetary track drives need to transmit much more torque than planetary wheel drives. As such their gearboxes are characterized by high strength materials and a robust capacity...
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    Helical Gears - (196 companies)
    Helical gears are cylindrilical gears whose teeth are not parallel to the axis of rotation. The teeth are angled and appear as a segment of a helix. Helical gears can transmit power between parallel or right angle axes. Helical gears are cylindrical...
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    Herringbone Gears - (40 companies)
    Herringbone gears, also called double helical gears, are gear sets designed to transmit power through parallel or, less commonly, perpendicular axes. The unique tooth structure of a herringbone gear consists of two adjoining, opposite helixes...
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    Rack and Pinion Gears - (151 companies)
    ...mechanisms, but greater feedback and steering sensation. A rack and pinion gear gives a positive motion especially compared to the friction drive of a wheel in tarmac. In a rack and pinion railway, a central rack between the two rails engages...
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    Worms and Worm Gears - (206 companies)
    Worms and worm gears are gear sets that offer high gear reduction and torque multiplication with a small footprint. A worm drive is a cylindrical gear with a shallow spiral thread that engages the worm gear in a non-intersecting, perpendicular axes...
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    Gear Manufacturing Machines - (60 companies)
    ...of a multipoint cutting tool, made up of a number of abrasive particles which have been bonded together into a grinding wheel of a desired shape. Gear grinding is used to finish very accurate and hardened gears. However, gear grinding is slow and expensive...
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...it comfortable with room for groceries or camping gear behind the rear seats. And those seats fold down to open up a lot more storage space than sedans or small station wagons provide. While the compact SUV is comfortable, it s no speed demon. This truck is built for work. Merging with freeway traffic takes...

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...transmission to increase available ratios. Provide additional power outlets (as in a four-wheel-drive vehicle) or provide offset from normal drivelines. Usually mounted beside main transmission and driven by an additional gear in that transmission. Similar to a transfer case. Transmissions carrying...

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In the world of freight services, there are many potential dangers and risks involved on a daily basis. From traffic accidents, to weather, to tireless long-drives; the last thing a trucker should have to worry about is an injury caused by raising or lowering the truck landing gear; a task...

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...to be completely sealed making them tolerant to contamination of any type. Strong vibrations, which sometimes occur in rough applications, also do not affect magnetic field sensors. The variety of magnetic sensors is as extensive, as their versatility of practical applications: the gear wheel sensor...

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...too efficient for the requirements of the job to be done. Substituting the encoder with an inductive proximity switch, which detects already present mechanical parts, such as a gear wheel, is a frequently used alternative. Where no suitable gear wheel is available, an additional one (or any suitably...

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The term synchronous data is usually applied to vibration or acoustic data that is captured from an item of rotating equipment at regularly spaced angle intervals as distinct from regularly spaced time intervals. The rotating component could be an engine, a gear wheel, a drive shaft, a turbine...

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...on the GVWR of your fifth wheel, not only today but also if you intend to one day upgrade to a larger fifth wheel - fifth wheel hitches can be moved from one truck to another. The GVWR is the maximum weight a fifth wheel, with fluid in the tanks and gear onboard, is allowed to weigh by design. The GVWR...

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...and some cycloidal designs will not back drive as an increaser. In the more common case of the worm reducer, if the lead angle of the worm is less than 10o the gear set is self locking. In this case the frictional forces in the gear mesh cannot be overcome by a torque applied to the worm wheel...

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...and at the same speed, as they are on dry pavement, the pinions do not rotate but merely act as keys to lock the bevel gears to the ring gear. When a wheel loses traction, it spins faster than the opposing wheel, allowing the planet pinions to rotate, thereby causing the other wheel to turn more slowly...

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...with the axiom, 'Don't reinvent the wheel,” meaning don't design a part someone has already built. Even though we learned to design a perfect gear or the optimum linkage, we then had to find a company that made these products, or worse, find a way to use approximate sizes from a catalog. There was no CAD...

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