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Timing Belt Drive

Timing Belt Drive

Synchronous belt drive means that the belt and the pulley are meshed to transmit motion and power. The timing belt transmission is composed of a ring belt having an equally …

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Belt Drive

Belt Drive

The belt drive is a mechanical transmission that utilizes a flexible belt that is tensioned on a pulley for motion or power transmission. According to the different transmission principle, there …

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Chain Drive

Chain Drive

The chain drive is a transmission method in which the movement and power of a drive sprocket having a special tooth shape is transmitted to a driven sprocket having a …

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Gear Drive Type

Gear Drive Type

(1) Cylindrical gear transmission For transmission between parallel shafts, the general transmission ratio can be up to 8 in a single stage, the maximum is 20; the two stages can …

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Rolling Bearing

Rolling Bearing

Rolling bearing is a kind of precise mechanical component that changes the sliding friction between the running shaft and the shaft seat into rolling friction, thereby reducing the friction loss. …

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Needle Bearing

Needle Bearing

A needle bearing is a roller bearing with cylindrical roller that is thin and long relative to its diameter. This type of roller is called needle roller. Despite its small …

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Thrust Ball Bearing

Thrust Ball Bearing

Thrust ball bearings are designed to withstand thrust loads at high speeds and consist of a washer-like ferrule with ball rolling groove grooves. Since the ferrule is a cushion shape, …

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Ball Screw

Ball Screw

Ball screws are ideal for converting rotary motion into linear motion or converting linear motion into rotary motion. Ball screw is the most commonly used transmission component in tool machinery …

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Stepper Motor

Stepper Motor

The stepper motor is an open-loop control motor that converts an electrical pulse signal into angular displacement or linear displacement. It is the main actuator in modern digital program control …

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Hypoid Gear

Hypoid Gear

The bevel gear with axial offset is used to be called “hyperbolic gear”. There are also called “hypoid gears” or “quasi-hyperbolic gears”. The importance of hypoid gears in the development …

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