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Bevel Gear Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of bevel gear manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source bevel gear manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate bevel gear companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture bevel gears for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading bevel gear manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for large bevel gears, plastic bevel gear, or industrial bevel gears.

  • Joliet, IL

    As a company with years of experience manufacturing high quality bevel gears and other products, we know our industry and we know our customers! Our customers want the best in quality and pricing, which is exactly what we have provided since 1988. It is our goal to build lifelong relationships with our customers 100 percent of the time. Contact us by phone or email today for more info!

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  • East Walpole, MA

    When it comes to bevel gears, you can trust us to find the perfect solution for your needs. We have three generations of affordable gear products and experience at our fingertips. It is our goal to provide the best products and service to our customers of any size. You can learn more about us by visiting us online or giving us a call today!

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  • Syracuse, NY

    Gear Motions is a leading gear manufacturer specializing in supplying custom cut and ground gears. Whether we’re manufacturing your gear complete or working from your blanks, our wide range of precision gear manufacturing capabilities and services deliver quality gears to meet almost any application. The Gear Motions network is capable of manufacturing all types of products including precision ground helical, spur, bevel and worm gears, sprockets, timing pulleys, shafts, splines and more.

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  • Kitchener, ON

    Being an industrial gear designer and manufacturer of gear boxes, gear assemblies, planetary gears, and reducers, explains why Rapid Gear is used by many industrial sectors. Restoring and repairing old gears and gear boxes like new is done by our expert craftsmen. Ask about our gear exchange program.

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  • Clearfield, PA

    At Vision Quality Components, we are proud to have a team of talented engineers and state-of-the-art equipment. We offer products such as industrial gears, and services such as tooling capabilities and secondary finishing operations. It is our company’s mission to be a world-class supplier of high-quality products to diverse end-use industries worldwide. For excellent powdered metal, call Vision Quality today.

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  • St. Marys, PA

    Comtec was established in 1987, and manufactures components of a wide range of configurations from ferrous and nonferrous based materials. We design and fabricate all of our products in-house with state-of-the-art equipment, and a team of creative and innovative designers and engineers who will ensure that all of your requirements are met, all at a low cost. For more information about our products and services, contact us today!

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  • Hayward, CA

    Perry Tool & Research produces powder metal gears to AGMA standards of 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 and processes to a Cpk 1.33 minimum. Bushings, bearings, grooved pulleys and an array of other mechanical parts are manufactured to the same high standards. We have 42 years of excellence producing powder metal parts.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Introducing the Bevel Gear

If you are new to dealing with gears, the sheer number of types of gears available to you may seem a bit overwhelming at first. Whether you are interested in building a clock or a bicycle, it is important to know the differences among gears and understand why certain gears are better suited for some machines than are others. A very interesting type of gear is the bevel gear. The bevel gear is so named because the depth of the gear is more cone-shaped than it is round. What this... Read More

What is a Bevel Gear?

A bevel gear is similar to worm gears and other shaped gears. Each gear is conically shaped and fitted together in such a way that the teeth of the gear will not slip under high pressure or speeds. The gears are mounted at an angle to one another to facilitate the strength and movement of the gears. Typically, a 90 degree mounting angle is used, but other angles can also be used. The basic pitch surface of a bevel gear is cone-shaped as well, to facilitate the cone-like movement of... Read More

IQS Featured Profile: Commercial Gear and Sprocket

Gears Commercial Gear & Sprocket Company is proud to be a third generation, family owned, financially solid non-union shop. Located twenty miles southeast of Boston in East Walpole, Massachusetts, our company serves a variety of industries across the United States with high quality gears and gear-related products. We especially take pride in the attention paid to quality and our commitment to offering superior customer service above all else. Read More...... Read More

Commercial Gear Acquires Latest ITW Measuring Instruments

Commercial Gear is excited to announce that we’ve recently acquired the latest revision ITW Measuring Instruments. This inspection equipment allows us to inspect your gear with increased precision and depth. In addition, it supports our inspection system, which is based on the proven success of quality control manual based on I.S.O. 9002 &  A.G.M.A.'s Inspection manual 2000-A88 system. We've added these instruments to our already excellent stock of test and measurement instruments, for more accurate inspection of gear tooth components such as profile, lead & composite (Composite includes, tooth to... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Bevel Gears

Bevel gears are industrial gears that are characterized by gear axis intersection. A gear is a machined wheel, the circumference or face of which features specially shaped teeth. When those teeth interact with similarly shaped teeth on other gears, torque can be transferred between the two gears as they turn.

Bevel gears are very common gear configurations because of their effectiveness and reliability. They are used in rail transport applications, in marine applications, as automotive components, in control systems for pumps and liquid storage systems, in power plants, in printing presses and in a wide variety of other equipment and machinery that require the transfer of torque. Bevel gears range in terms of their possible tooth shape, pitch surface, pitch angle and other properties. This quality of customizability makes bevel gears attractive to professionals in all kinds of industries. While bevel gears are most often configured in a 90° angle, they can be designed to work at other angles as well. Four bevel gears in a square make a differential gear, which can transmit power to two axles spinning at different speeds, such as in an automobile.

Understanding a bevel gear’s operation is easiest when visualizing the face of a three dimensional disk. Around the perimeter of the disk’s face are the teeth – elevated segments of equal length that protrude in the Z axis and are shaped like straight lines or waves. Depending on the gear’s configuration, the teeth may be higher toward the middle and lower toward the gear’s perimeter; if viewed from the side, the gear would look like a ridged, truncated cone. A bevel gear’s axis extends from its middle in the Z axis. That axis intersects with the axis of at least one other bevel gear, and it is this axial intersection that distinguishes bevel gears from other gear varieties. Bevel gears are typically constructed from metal or plastic. Bevel gears can be made of various types of materials with differing properties, such as aluminum, bronze, cast iron, brass, steel, hardened steel, and stainless steel. Plastic materials used to make bevel gears include Delrin, nylon and polycarbonate. Important considerations in selecting a bevel gear are power transmission requirements, design life, the possibility of exposure to corrosive elements, and noise and heat generation. All of these factors determine the success of the gear in a particular application.

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Bevel Gears - The Adams Company
Bevel Gears - The Adams Company