Speed Reducers & Gear Boxes
Our line of speed reducers and gearboxes are available in a number of standard configurations, with a wide range of available ratios to provide maximum efficiency, even in smaller spaces. Our expertise with gearbox assembly and design, along with our selection of supporting components, grants you confidence in choosing PIC Design as your source for mechanical speed reduction equipment. Many of our speed reducers and gearboxes are suitable for use with standard motors and servos, facilitating use in a wide range of products and applications.
What are your speed reducer and gearbox specification ranges?
The specialized requirements for many speed reducer and gearbox applications call for a variety of different configurations. PIC Design is ready to address your needs, within the following ranges:
Ratios - 2:1 to 3600:1
What speed reducer and gearbox varieties do you offer?
We feature a number of different types of gearboxes and speed reducers to suit your application. They are:
Our gearboxes are constructed from the following materials:
We are happy to assist with your custom designs. Simply contact us with the existing details and job requirements.
What are typical speed reducer and gearbox applications?
Our speed reducers and gearboxes are used in many interesting applications. Common industries, functions, and products include:
Gear Assembly Product Offerings
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Intermittent motion devices comprised of two linked parts that mount on parallel shafts. One input shaft rotation causes the output shaft to index at a fixed angle and lock.
Right angle gearboxes using helical gears mounted on non-intersecting shafts. Standard ratios from 1:1 to 1:3.
Gearboxes containing Geneva mechanisms.
Right angle gearboxes containing bevel gears that can deliver ratios from 1:1 to 1:3.
Cylindrical gearboxes with coaxial input and output, designed to receive input from a small pinion gear.
Cylindrical gearboxes with coaxial input and output shafts.
Parallel shaft gearboxes using a series of spur gears to obtain a wide range of ratios.
Right angle gearboxes using worm gearing to achieve high reductions.