SDP/SI Fairloc® - The Integral Fastener
Classification: Timing Pulleys (metric)
The Fairloc® fastening systems is built into the hub of a particular component. No need for set screws or clamps and it ensures there is no damage to the shaft. The Fairloc® system is explained in our video which you can see by clicking here.
SDP/SI - Selecting the Right Coupling for Your Application
Classification: Rigid Couplings
Products discussed include: Shaftloc®, Fairloc®, Rigid Couplings, Flexible Couplings, and more
MECHANICAL DRIVE DISPLAY
Classification: Bevel and Miter Gears
The Display demonstrates the following: Chain and Sprockets, Miter Gears, Planetary Gears, Worm and Worm Gears, Spur Gear Sets, Right Angle Drive Systems, Bevel Gear Sets, Timing Belts and Pulleys, Idler and Tensioners, and Shaftloc® Pulleys.
This Mechanical Drive Display was developed in-house using our standard product line. SDP/SI has assembled one of the largest selections of in-stock components anywhere, most can be shipped the same day your order is placed. Visit our eStore where you place your order online and download free 3-D CAD Models. Also click on our resources tab to visit our reference library where you can find useful information on mechanical design and engineering.
KINETIC GEAR SCULPTURE VIDEO FROM SDP/SI
It was designed and arranged by Andrea Davide, a New York based artist who specializes in creating unique metal sculptures.
Robert Lindemann, the recently retired Vice President of SDP designed the mechanical drive system that allows the gears to move properly. The motion is driven by an AC gearmotor inside of a large rectangular base, which rotates the smaller circular base on top. The two sprockets attached to the base are driven by bevel gears in mesh with a larger stationary bevel gear inside the base. The sprockets in turn drive the roller chain wrapped around the clear circular disks. The rotation of the circular disks about their center shaft is translated to the center gears inside, which in turn moves the entire geartrain.