What is a Reduction Gearbox?

A reduction gearboxes, or speed reducer, is used to reduce the speed of the input, from the motor, while also multiplying the torque the input creates.

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How a Speed Reducer Works

Speed reducers are fairly simple pieces of machinery. A speed reducer is simply a gear train between the motor and the machinery that is used to reduce the speed with which power is transmitted. 

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Worm Gear Reducers Explained

A critical component of power transmission systems is a right-angle worm gear speed reducer, also referred to as a right-angle gear box or a worm gear reducer. 

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How to Select a Speed Reducer for Your Next Design or Project

When designing a speed reducer, no matter the application, it is vital that you provide your supplier with complete and accurate information. Gathering that information can be time-consuming, and it can be easy to miss key specifications or measurements without a tool to keep you organized.

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Speed Reducer vs. Gearbox

We’ve come across a lot of questions recently about gearboxes and speed reducers. So, in this article, we’ll pull together all the info you need to understand speed reducers and gearboxes.

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What is a Worm Gear Reducer?

A worm gear reducer is one type of reduction gear box which consists of a worm pinion input, an output worm gear, and features a right angle output orientation. This type of reduction gear box is generally used to take a rated motor speed and produce a low speed output with higher torque value based on the reduction ratio. They often can solve space-saving problems because the worm gear reducer is one of the sleekest reduction ...

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Right Angle Speed Reducers Explained

speed reducerSpeed reducers can be critical components of transmission systems. Used in a wide range of industries and applications, speed reducers are often found in applications like conveyors, lifts, and elevators.

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