The precision gear box industry is currently fragmented by the presence of a large number of regional and local players. These companies have adopted major competitive strategies such as strategic partnerships, merger and acquisitions, and product development. The precision gearbox market is expected to be worth around 3 billion US by 2024. These machines are […]
Gears are an essential part of most machine power transmission systems. Consequently, failure can spell both disaster and downtime for your products or equipment. With so much at stake, it’s important to know and understand the variables that can affect the service life of your gears, as well as proper maintenance techniques. Optimize Your Gear […]
Motion Systems in Warren MI has been my “go-to” shop for so very many jobs that others shied away from due to either the complexity of the part. They ask the right questions, and deliver parts that I could always feel proud of. Their list of tooling spans not only the commodities in Power Transmission, […]
from Gear Technology http://www.geartechnology.com/issues/0812/ Gear tooth wear and micropitting are very difficult phenomena to predict analytically. The failure mode of micropitting is closely correlated to the lambda ratio. Micropitting can be the limiting design parameter for long-term durability. Also, the failure mode of micropitting can progress to wear or macropitting, and then go on to […]
This month Motion Systems became members of the highly respected NIBA-The Belting Association. NIBA-The Belting Association is a voluntary association of individuals and organizations who have joined together to further the interests of all fabricators, distributors and manufacturers of belting and related products. (from NIBA website http://www.niba.org/about-niba/) To learn more about NIBA, click here.
Modern gears are performing heavier work and carrying greater loads than ever before. Gear manufacturers are redesigning, modernizing, and using finer steels to produce precision gears that will give better performance. Demands on global industry are often forcing users to raise production above rated machine capacity. This is done with the knowledge that gear life […]
Light and occasional contact with water (occasional wash downs) should not seriously affect synchronous belts in general. Prolonged contact (consistent spray or submersion) can result in significantly reduced tensile strength in fiberglass belts, and potential length variation in aramid belts. Prolonged contact with water also causes rubber compounds to swell, although less than with oil […]
Gates Belts to Power 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition Gates Corporation will supply belts and sprockets to replace chains typically used in the international competition. DENVER, Colo. –Gates Corporation, a leading manufacturer of industrial, automotive and heavy-duty products, announced that the 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) has made the switch from chains to belts to power […]
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Gates Corporation, introduces Gates G-Force™ C12™ continuously variable transmission (CVT) belt, the market’s first carbon tensile cord CVT belt. Engineered for drop-in performance, the newest addition to the high performing G-Force CVT belt line features superior strength, flexibility, and durability for today’s recreational and utility all-terrain equipment. As the first CVT belt to utilize a […]