We have been helping our customers specify and design speed reducers for a long time now and we are sharing some of the tools we use to guide our customers through this process.
- to reduce the input speed to a required level to do the work
- to increase torque output by the inverse of the reduction ratio.
Making sure all design variables are taken into consideration will result in maximizing performance, efficiency, reliability and cost.
The new Speed Reducer Buying Checklist will guide you through the process of matching your application requirements with the information needed to allow your supplier to turn it into reality.
This guide will help you determine gear speed reducer:
- Applications specific details
- Speed and duty cycle
- Shock and loading impact on service factor
- I/O requirements
- Housing details
Check it out here or click the image below.