This standard selection of Servo-Worm worm drive servo Reducers are ideal for use in applications that demand high performance, precise positioning and repeatability. These were specifically developed for use with state-of-the-art servo electric motor technology, providing restricted integration of the electric motor to the machine. Angular backlash of less than 1 arc-mins is provided standard.

They are available in four sizes (50 mm to 100 mm center distance) with input speeds up to 5,000 rpm, reduction ratios from 4.75 to 52:1 and output torque capacities up to 885 lb.ft. A wide range of motor couplings and mounting flanges are available for assembly to virtually all servo motors, and the hollow bore result can be used to mount output shafts, pinion shafts, or other drive elements.

Regular applications for these reducers include precision rotary axis drives, traveling gantries & columns, material handling axis drives, zero-backlash axis drives and electronic line shafting. Industries offered include Material Managing, Automation, Aerospace, Machine Tool and Robotics.
helical-worm servo gearmotors have a torque range of 92 Nm to 520 Nm. As angular drives they are especially space-saving and reduce the expenditure for valuable installation space.

The helical-worm servo gearmotors were created so that they guarantee you a low-noise system environment. Moreover, these gearmotors provide you excellent attenuation properties for the procedure of your systems with low levels of vibration. This is because of the longitudinal program of power on the input shaft. This allows torque impulses to be prevented successfully and for maximum results when it comes to running smoothness and sound reduction to be performed.

Both the equipment unit, and the synchronous servomotor derive from our modular program. This allows you to have completely individual configuration options for every application. One thing is certain – Our servo gearmotors are true specialists for very particular requirements.
Wormwheel gearboxes go by several names, including 90-degree gearboxes, right angle gearboxes, velocity reducers, worm gear reducers and worm drive gearboxes. Gear reduction boxes feature a gear arrangement in which a equipment in the form of a screw, also called a worm, meshes with a worm equipment. These gears are usually made from bronze and the worms are steel or stainless steel.

While worm gears are similar to a spur gear, the worm gearboxes are considerably smaller than other equipment reduction boxes. A principal benefit of worm gear reducers is that they produce an output that’s 90° from the input and can be used to transmit higher torque or reduce rotational speed. Frequently, a worm gearbox has right hand threads; to change the direction of the result, a left-hand thread worm gearbox is necessary.
Sometimes a motor’s capability may be limited to the main point where it requires gearing. As servo producers develop more powerful motors that can muscle tissue applications through more complicated moves and produce higher torques and speeds, these motors require gearheads add up to the task.