China high quality Precise Brass Worm/Gear From Chinese Factory wholesaler

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Precise Worm/Gear From Chinese Factory Wholesale

ByTune Electronics  is ISO 9001: 2008 certified factory with more than 20 years CNC machining experience. Equipped with more than 200 sets machines, such as CNC ( 3,4 and 5 axis), Vertical Machine Tool Integrating Turning with Milling, Auto-Drilling machine, Precise milling machine, Numerical Control Punch Press, Grinding machine, and so on…… With advanced machines, we could do all of the processions in one-stop: CNC Lathe, Milling, Drilling, Grinding, Punching, Bending,Casting, Forging, Stamping ,etc …
 

We supply Worm/Gear Gear Hobbing, Gear Shaping and Gear Grinding with affordable price.Gears OEM service as per clients’ drawings or samples, with in-house tooling design & fabricating or manufacturing.

Product Details

1. ByTune’s Advantages:
Quality guaranteed—1 year
Prompt delivery—1~2 week
Affordable price—Most competitive among industry
Superior service—response within 24 hours considering time difference
Effective shipment—DHL, UPS, or FedEx
Certification Approved—ISO,CE,FCC,ROHS
 
2.Main cooperators :

3. Advanced & High Technology Equipments:  

Part Size ( CNC Milling and CNC Turning ) CNC Milling Parts (Max): Length 1030mm,Width 800mm, Height 750mm.
CNC Turning Parts (Max): Diamter 680mm,Length 750mm.The size of the above parts are machined in the workshop. Typical Products Connectors, Cylinders, Ends,
Flanges, Housings, Precision shafts, Sheet,
Seals, Sleeve,  Lids, Bases…

4. Factory inspection:
ByTune inspection center utilizes CMM (coordinate measuring machines), Projector, Roughness tester, Hardness gauges and countless varieties of micrometers, pin gages and calipers to ensure excellent customer satisfaction.

5.WHY US ?
(1)Advanced CNC machines& more than 20 years experienced CNC engineers
(2)100% Quality inspection before shipment
(3)One-stop Worm/Gear
 service
(4)Professional Worm/Gear Engineering Capability
(5)Worm/Gear sample available

6.Certificates

7.CONTACT US
ByTune concentrates on Precise Brass Worm/Gear parts.We are dedicated to providing the very best manufacturing services to our clients.If you have special requirement on the material, tolerance, process, treatment, equipment or test, just feel free to contact us, and we will try our best to meet your needs.
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Available materials Stainless steelSteel, Aluminum, Alloy, Brass, Copper, Bronze, Nylon, Acrylic, Delrin, Teflon/POM, Torlon/PAI, Ultem etc
Process CNC milling and turning, drilling, grinding, bending, stamping, tapping
Tolerance 0.005mm~0.1mm
Surface Roughness  Ra1.6-3.2
DRW format  PDF/DWG/IGS/STP/ etc
Capacity 10,000pieces per month
MOQ 1-10pcs
QC System 100% inspection before shipment
Machining Scope 1). Equipment/Machinery     
2). Medical & Technological parts 
3). The Automotive/motorcycle parts   
4). The telecommunication parts
5). The power tool parts      
6). Bicycle parts     
7). Hardware
8). The agricultural parts
Payment term T/T ,PayPal, West Union
Surface treatment Anodizing, zinc/chrome/nickel/silver/gold Plating, Polish, Imitation, Heat treatment etc
Shipment Terms: 1) 0-100kg: air freight priority
2) >100kg: sea freight priority
3) As per customized specifications
Packing 1. Prevent from damage.
2. As customers’ requirements, in perfect condition.
3. Send the sample by express, 3~5 days door to door service.
Note: All parts are custom made according to customer’s drawings or samples, no stock.     If you have any parts to be made, please feel free to send your kind drawings/samples to us.

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Part Size Bar capacity up to 2 ¾" diameter
Up to 50" diameter
Equipment
 
Machine Quantity Capacity (diameter)
Okuma Captain L370
4 axis
28 2 3/4" (70mm) bar,
10" (500mm) blank
Okuma LB15
2 axis
28 1 5/8" (42mm) bar,
10" (250mm) blank
Hitachi-Seiki HVP20J
3 axis
18 1 5/8" (42mm) bar,
10" (250mm) blank
Doosan S280N
5 axis
25 1 5/8" (42mm) bar,
50" (1270mm) blank
Hardinge Super-Precision
2 axis
26 8" (204mm) blank
Available materials Stainless steelSteel, Aluminum, Alloy, Brass, Copper, Bronze, Nylon, Acrylic, Delrin, Teflon/POM, Torlon/PAI, Ultem etc
Process CNC milling and turning, drilling, grinding, bending, stamping, tapping
Tolerance 0.005mm~0.1mm
Surface Roughness  Ra1.6-3.2
DRW format  PDF/DWG/IGS/STP/ etc
Capacity 10,000pieces per month
MOQ 1-10pcs
QC System 100% inspection before shipment
Machining Scope 1). Equipment/Machinery     
2). Medical & Technological parts 
3). The Automotive/motorcycle parts   
4). The telecommunication parts
5). The power tool parts      
6). Bicycle parts     
7). Hardware
8). The agricultural parts
Payment term T/T ,PayPal, West Union
Surface treatment Anodizing, zinc/chrome/nickel/silver/gold Plating, Polish, Imitation, Heat treatment etc
Shipment Terms: 1) 0-100kg: air freight priority
2) >100kg: sea freight priority
3) As per customized specifications
Packing 1. Prevent from damage.
2. As customers’ requirements, in perfect condition.
3. Send the sample by express, 3~5 days door to door service.
Note: All parts are custom made according to customer’s drawings or samples, no stock.     If you have any parts to be made, please feel free to send your kind drawings/samples to us.

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Part Size Bar capacity up to 2 ¾" diameter
Up to 50" diameter
Equipment
 
Machine Quantity Capacity (diameter)
Okuma Captain L370
4 axis
28 2 3/4" (70mm) bar,
10" (500mm) blank
Okuma LB15
2 axis
28 1 5/8" (42mm) bar,
10" (250mm) blank
Hitachi-Seiki HVP20J
3 axis
18 1 5/8" (42mm) bar,
10" (250mm) blank
Doosan S280N
5 axis
25 1 5/8" (42mm) bar,
50" (1270mm) blank
Hardinge Super-Precision
2 axis
26 8" (204mm) blank

Types of Miter Gears

The different types of miter gears include Hypoid, Crown, and Spiral. To learn more, read on. In addition, you’ll learn about their differences and similarities. This article will provide an overview of the different types of miter gears. You can also choose the type that fits your needs by using the guide below. After you’ve read it, you’ll know how to use them in your project. You’ll also learn how to pair them up by hand, which is particularly useful if you’re working on a mechanical component.
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Bevel gears

Bevel and miter gears are both used to connect two shafts that have different axes. In most cases, these gears are used at right angles. The pitch cone of a bevel gear has the same shape as that of a spur gear, except the tooth profile is slightly tapered and has variable depth. The pinions of a bevel gear are normally straight, but can be curved or skew-shaped. They can also have an offset crown wheel with straight teeth relative to the axis.
In addition to their industrial applications, miter gears are found in agriculture, bottling, printing, and various industrial sectors. They are used in coal mining, oil exploration, and chemical processes. They are an important part of conveyors, elevators, kilns, and more. In fact, miter gears are often used in machine tools, like forklifts and jigsaws.
When considering which gear is right for a certain application, you’ll need to think about the application and the design goals. For example, you’ll want to know the maximum load that the gear can carry. You can use computer simulation programs to determine the exact torque required for a specific application. Miter gears are bevel gears that are geared on a single axis, not two.
To calculate the torque required for a particular application, you’ll need to know the MA of each bevel gear. Fortunately, you can now do so with CZPT. With the help of this software, you can generate 3D models of spiral bevel gears. Once you’ve created your model, you can then machine it. This can make your job much easier! And it’s fun!
In terms of manufacturing, straight bevel gears are the easiest to produce. The earliest method for this type of gear is a planer with an indexing head. Since the development of CNC machining, however, more effective manufacturing methods have been developed. These include CZPT, Revacycle, and Coniflex systems. The CZPT uses the Revacycle system. You can also use a CNC mill to manufacture spiral bevel gears.
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Hypoid bevel gears

When it comes to designing hypoid bevel gears for miter and other kinds of gears, there are several important parameters to consider. In order to produce high-quality gearings, the mounting distance between the gear teeth and the pinion must be within a predefined tolerance range. In other words, the mounting distance between the gear teeth and pinion must be 0.05 mm or less.
To make this possible, the hypoid bevel gearset mesh is designed to involve sliding action. The result is a quiet transmission. It also means that higher speeds are possible without increasing noise levels. In comparison, bevel gears tend to be noisy at high speeds. For these reasons, the hypoid gearset is the most efficient way to build miter gears. However, it’s important to keep in mind that hypoid gears are not for every application.
Hypoid bevel gears are analogous to spiral bevels, but they don’t have intersecting axes. Because of this, they can produce larger pinions with smooth engagement. Crown bevel gears, on the other hand, have a 90-degree pitch and parallel teeth. Their geometry and pitch is unique, and they have particular geometrical properties. There are different ways to express pitch. The diametral pitch is the number of teeth, while circumferential measurement is called the circumference.
The face-milling method is another technique used for the manufacture of hypoid and spiral bevel gears. Face-milling allows gears to be ground for high accuracy and surface finish. It also allows for the elimination of heat treatment and facilitates the creation of predesigned ease-off topographies. Face-milling increases mechanical resistance by as much as 20%. It also reduces noise levels.
The ANSI/AGMA/ISO standards for geometric dimensioning differ from the best practices for manufacturing hypoid and bevel gears. The violation of common datum surfaces leads to a number of geometrical dimensioning issues. Moreover, hypoid gears need to be designed to incorporate the base pitches of the mating pinion and the hypoid bevel gear. This is not possible without knowing the base pitch of the gear and the mating pinion.

Crown bevel gears

When choosing crown bevels for a miter gear, you will need to consider a number of factors. Specifically, you will need to know the ratio of the tooth load to the bevel gear pitch radius. This will help you choose a bevel gear that possesses the right amount of excitation and load capacity. Crown bevels are also known as helical gears, which are a combination of two bevel gear types.
These bevel gears differ from spiral bevels because the bevels are not intersected. This gives you the flexibility of using a larger pinion and smoother engagement. Crown bevel gears are also named for their different tooth portions: the toe, or the part of the gear closest to the bore, and the heel, or the outermost diameter. The tooth height is smaller at the toe than it is at the heel, but the height of the gear is the same at both places.
Crown bevel gears are cylindrical, with teeth that are angled at an angle. They have a 1:1 gear ratio and are used for miter gears and spur gears. Crown bevel gears have a tooth profile that is the same as spur gears but is slightly narrower at the tip, giving them superior quietness. Crown bevel gears for miter gears can be made with an offset pinion.
There are many other options available when choosing a Crown bevel gear for miter gears. The material used for the gears can vary from plastics to pre-hardened alloys. If you are concerned with the material’s strength, you can choose a pre-hardened alloy with a 32-35 Rc hardness. This alloy also has the advantage of being more durable than plastic. In addition to being stronger, crown bevel gears are also easier to lubricate.
Crown bevel gears for miter gears are similar to spiral bevels. However, they have a hyperbolic, not conical, pitch surface. The pinion is often offset above or below the center of the gear, which allows for a larger diameter. Crown bevel gears for miter gears are typically larger than hypoid gears. The hypoid gear is commonly used in automobile rear axles. They are useful when the angle of rotation is 90 degrees. And they can be used for 1:1 ratios.
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Spiral miter gears

Spiral bevel gears are produced by machining the face surface of the teeth. The process follows the Hertz theory of elastic contact, where the dislocations are equivalent to small significant dimensions of the contact area and the relative radii of curvature. This method assumes that the surfaces are parallel and that the strains are small. Moreover, it can reduce noise. This makes spiral bevel gears an ideal choice for high-speed applications.
The precision machining of CZPT spiral miter gears reduces backlash. They feature adjustable locking nuts that can precisely adjust the spacing between the gear teeth. The result is reduced backlash and maximum drive life. In addition, these gears are flexible enough to accommodate design changes late in the production process, reducing risk for OEMs and increasing efficiency and productivity. The advantages of spiral miter gears are outlined below.
Spiral bevel gears also have many advantages. The most obvious of these advantages is that they have large-diameter shafts. The larger shaft size allows for a larger diameter gear, but this means a larger gear housing. In turn, this reduces ground clearance, interior space, and weight. It also makes the drive axle gear larger, which reduces ground clearance and interior space. Spiral bevel gears are more efficient than spiral bevel gears, but it may be harder to find the right size for your application.
Another benefit of spiral miter gears is their small size. For the same amount of power, a spiral miter gear is smaller than a straight cut miter gear. Moreover, spiral bevel gears are less likely to bend or pit. They also have higher precision properties. They are suitable for secondary operations. Spiral miter gears are more durable than straight cut ones and can operate at higher speeds.
A key feature of spiral miter gears is their ability to resist wear and tear. Because they are constantly being deformed, they tend to crack in a way that increases their wear and tear. The result is a harder gear with a more contoured grain flow. But it is possible to restore the quality of your gear through proper maintenance. If you have a machine, it would be in your best interest to replace worn parts if they aren’t functioning as they should.

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