• What are the functions of planetary gears

    What are the functions of planetary gears

    In addition to planetary gears that can rotate around their own axis of rotation (B-B) like fixed-axis gears, their axis of rotation also rotates with the blue carrier (called the planet carrier) around the axis of other gears (A-A). The rotation around its own axis is called "rotation", and the rot... read more

    Oct 24,2020 News
  • How to choose gear material

    How to choose gear material

    Gears are very important transmission parts in general machinery and equipment. The use of gears can play a very good transmission work and drive the entire machinery and equipment to coordinate operation. People have learned to make and use gears a long time ago. After using gears, many tasks that ... read more

    Oct 16,2020 News
  • Why does gear transmission produce noise

    Why does gear transmission produce noise

    Generally, there are two reasons for gear transmission noise. On the one hand, when the gears are engaged, because the gears and gears will slide between each other, a force is generated, that is, friction, and at the same time its direction Changes will also occur continuously. During the collision... read more

    Sep 29,2020 News
  • The influence of cardan shaft on safe driving of vehicles

    The influence of cardan shaft on safe driving of vehicles

    Universal couplings, from the current point of view, can be divided into two categories: precision and high torque. Moreover, as a whole, they have a wide range of applications and can be used in machine tools, automobiles, precision machinery and Heavy machinery and other industries and fields. In ... read more

    Sep 25,2020 News
  • What are the classifications of gears

    What are the classifications of gears

    The definition of a gear is a mechanical element with teeth on the rim that can continuously mesh and transmit motion and power. Gear structure: Gears generally have gear teeth, tooth spaces, end faces, normal faces, addendum circles, tooth root circles, base circles, and index circles. Gear classif... read more

    Sep 16,2020 News