Spur Gear

Spur Gears

We manufacture and supply Spur gears which is the most common type of gear.

They are simple, easily manufactured and are the first choice when exploring gear options. Transmitting power between parallel axes for speed reduction or increase, torque multiplication etc.  They consist of a cylinder or disk with teeth projecting radially. Spur gears mate only one tooth at a time, resulting in high stress on the mating teeth and noisy operation.

Engineering, Gear-cutting and Power Transmissions

01

Manufacturing Method

The most common gear type produced by either hobbing or gear generating
During the hobbing process both the cutter (hob) as well as work piece rotates as the cutter feeds axially across the gear blank

02

Materials

Carburizing steel (EN8, EN19, EN24, EN36),
Stainless steel,
Aluminium,
Nylon and phosphorus bronze

03

Pricing

Our pricing model takes the following into consideration:
1. Raw material costs determined by the size of material required
2. Plus estimated machine and gear-cutting time
3. Plus heat treatment costs (only if required)

04

Dimensions

From 15 mm - 1200 mm diameter

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Summary
Spur Gear Cutting
Service Type
Spur Gear Cutting
Provider Name
All Gear Engineering T/A Johnson Collab,
Unit 2, 41 Columbus Road, Rivergate Business Park, Parklands,,Cape Town,Western Cape-7441,
Telephone No.+27 21 551 3877
Area
Cape Town and broader South Africa
Description
The most common gear type produced by either hobbing or gear generating During the hobbing process both the cutter (hob) as well as work piece rotates as the cutter feeds axially across the gear blank Materials: Carburizing steel (EN8, EN19, EN24, EN36), Stainless steel, Aluminium, Nylon and phosphorus bronze