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  • When Worm Gearboxes Need to be Backdriven, Disengaged or Torque Limited
    Worm gearboxes and speed reducers can be very cost effective torque multipliers, especially as ratios climb above 10:1 or 12:1. They can typically achieve ratios up to 100:1 in a single gear stage which drastically reduces the component count of other gear types with these ratios. That, along
  • Worm-gear reducers reach new heights
    Design enhancements improve efficiency and eliminate leaks. Worm gearboxes are noted for reliable power transmission. Computer-aided assembly of the Morse Raider gearbox eliminates effects of cumulative manufacturing tolerances and helps maximize operating efficiency. The unit also features
  • Backlash Measurement in Worm Reducers
    Being heavily involved in the integration of gearboxes in motion control applications, DieQua is often approached with requests for solutions that meet various backlash requirements. Sometimes these requirements are quite stringent, which we have products for. Other times a high degree of accuracy
  • Techniques to Build Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Machines
    replacing worm gearboxes. Article: "Sustainability, Green and the Greenback: Where's the Money in a Sustainability Management Ecosystem? " by Stephen Stokes, Article: "Just what is sustainability? ", Article: "Green technology: More efficient motors, " Energy costs rise an average of 6 to 8% each year
  • High on Hypoids
    Trying to improve your overall efficiency? A high-efficiency NEMA premium motor helps only marginally if it is paired with an inefficient gearbox, such as a worm-gear drive. The motor is just half the equation - the gearbox is also critical. That's why, today, there is heightened interest in hypoid
  • Gearing Up: The Ins-and-Outs of Gears
    in right angle gearboxes. These gears "turn a corner". *Bevel Gear: This gear tends to have a lower ratio and run at a higher efficiency than the worm gear
  • Direct Drive (DDR) Rotary Table Construction
    Torque motors are also called "frameless" motors. They don't have housings, bearings, or feedback devices. In this sense the motor is a kit and meant to be part of the machine structure. Torque motors are designed as direct drives. They eliminate the need for gearboxes, worm-gear drives, and other

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