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Re: Re: Speed Reducer Help Welcome!
Re: Speed Reducer Help Welcome! -- Pedro Lobo Post Reply Top of thread Forum
Posted by: saiful bahrin

03/20/2003, 06:49:28

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: Pedro, : Do not waste your time to find beneficial information about gers in Bearing catalogues as Randy said. He is right you should to have some bearing Catalogues in your engineering library. If i were you I would send emails to FAG and SKF companies which are the biggst bearing companies of the world with top quality products. they will be happy to send you theier catalogues for sure. : ok now lets talk about your speed reducer. : if you have any problem to roll over the teeth number there is only one thing to do. to decide what to do. for example: according to your gear ratio if tyou calculate the gear number 63.15 you can take 63 or 64 which depends on you. and according to the failure standarts you should to check the failure in your gears. for example according to the DIN standarts 3% failure is acceptable. I hope that would give you an idea or an encouragement to roll the numbers in your design..: good luck








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