Precision & Economical Servo Gearheads
Economical Planetary Servo Gearheads The Planetdrive series of inline planetary servo gearheads provide high performance and reliability for applications requiring less precision. Prime benefits are less cost, quick delivery, and easy mounting. Servo Worm Reducers...
Economical Planetary Servo Gearheads
The Planetdrive series of inline planetary servo gearheads provide high performance and reliability for applications requiring less precision. Prime benefits are less cost, quick delivery, and easy mounting.
Servo Worm Reducers
Dynabox precision servo worm right angle gearheads are available in 3 backlash levels to satisfy a variety of applications. Output options include single and dual shafts, hollow bore with keyway, hollow bore with shrink disc, and rotary output flanges.
Inline Servo Gearheads - Series PL2FS
The Tandler ServoFoxx series PL2FS inline planetary servo gearhead provides the ultimate in motion control. Prime benefits are low backlash, high rigidity, and the widest range of ratios. A revolutionary motor connection system maximizes performance.
Right Angle Servo Gearheads - Series SKP2FS
The Tandler ServoFoxx series SKP2FS right angle servo gearhead is a two stage design with matched spiral bevel gears in the first stage and precision planetary gears in the second stage. This provides maximum torque in the smallest size.
High Torque Servo Gearheads
The WATT Drive series of helical gearing servo gearheads provides economical motion and speed control with a variety of inline and right angle helical, helical bevel, and helical worm designs.
Small NEMA Servo Worm Reducers
An economical right angle gearhead for use with small NEMA 23/34 and metric 40mm & 60mm servo and stepper motors. These reducers are most appropriate for basic motion and speed profile applications where cost is a major consideration.
Dual Input Gearbox Provides Dual Output Speed Solution
There are a lot of processes that require continuous, smooth running variable speed. However, sometimes the range of the fast speed and the slow speed are just too far apart to be effectively handled by an inverter or efficiently by a servo. But that's no problem for our speed correction drive.
Gearheads For High Cycle Applications
There are servo driven applications and then there are servo driven applications. No two are alike. Some require extremely dynamic movements. These need special consideration because the mechanical elements will be taxed to the max. See how we selected the right gearhead for this customer's aggressive profile.
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180 Covington Drive