China Standard Efficient Planetary Gearbox for CNC Machining Centers cvt gearbox

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Product Parameters

Parameters Unit Level Reduction Ratio Flange Size Specification
060 090 115 142 180 220 280 330 400
Rated Output Torque T2n N.m 1 3 27.8 115 212 470 1226 1730 4230 8200 12500
4 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
5 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
7 38.9 110 212 468 1130 1610 3220 5000 7600
10 18.5 100 95 255 730 1050 1820 3500 5000
2 12 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
15 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
20 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
25 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
28 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
30 27.8 115 212 470 1226 1730 4230 8200 12500
35 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
40 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
50 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
70 38.9 110 212 468 1130 1610 3220 5000 7600
100 18.5 100 95 255 730 1050 1820 3500 5000
3 120 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
150 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
200 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
250 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
280 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
350 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
400 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 9800 16000
500 46.32 142 268 582 1450 2270 5120 8500 12200
700 38.9 110 212 468 1130 1610 3220 5000 7600
1000 18.5 100 95 255 730 1050 1820 3500 5000
Maximum Output Torque T2b N.m 1,2,3 3~1000 2Times of Rated Output Torque
Rated Input Speed N1n rpm 1,2,3 3~1000 4000 3500 3500 3000 3000 2500 2000 1500 1500
Maximum Input Speed N1b rpm 1,2,3 3~1000 8000 7000 7000 5000 5000 4000 3000 2000 2000
Precision Backlash P1 arcmin 1 3~1000 ≤4 ≤4 ≤4 ≤4 ≤4 ≤4 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8
arcmin 2 3~1000 ≤6 ≤6 ≤6 ≤6 ≤6 ≤6 ≤12 ≤12 ≤12
arcmin 3 3~1000 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8 ≤16 ≤16 ≤16
Standard Backlash P2 arcmin 1 3~1000 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8 ≤8 ≤12 ≤12 ≤12
arcmin 2 3~1000 ≤10 ≤10 ≤10 ≤10 ≤10 ≤10 ≤18 ≤18 ≤18
arcmin 3 3~1000 ≤12 ≤12 ≤12 ≤12 ≤12 ≤12 ≤24 ≤24 ≤24
Torsional Rigidity Nm/arcmin 1,2,3 3~1000 7 14 25 50 145 225 300 330 350
Allowable Radial Force F2rb2 N 1,2,3 3~1000 1550 3250 6700 9400 14500 50000 60000 70000 90000
Allowable Axial Force F2ab2 N 1,2,3 3~1000 775 1625 3350 4700 7250 25000 30000 95000 1250000
Moment of Inertia J1 kg.cm2 1 3~10 0.18 0.75 2.85 12.4 15.3 34.8 44.9 80 255
2 12~100 0.15 0.52 2.15 7.6 15.2 32.2 41.8 75 240
3 120~1000 0.07 0.36 2.05 6.3 14.2 18.3 28.1 68 220
Service Life hr 1,2,3 3~1000 20000
Efficiency η % 1 3~10 95%
2 12~100 92%
3 120~1000 85%
Noise Level dB 1,2,3 3~1000 ≤58 ≤62 ≤65 ≤70 ≤70 ≤75 ≤75 ≤75 ≤75
Operating Temperature ºC 1,2,3 3~1000 -10~+90
Protection Class IP 1,2,3 3~1000 IP65
Weights kg 1 3~10 1.3 3.6 7.5 16 28 48 110 160 250
2 12~100 1.5 4.2 9.5 20 32 60 135 190 340
3 120~1000 1.8 4.8 11.5 24 36 72 150 225 420

FAQ

Q: How to select a gearbox?

A: Firstly, determine the torque and speed requirements for your application. Consider the load characteristics, operating environment, and duty cycle. Then, choose the appropriate gearbox type, such as planetary, worm, or helical, based on the specific needs of your system. Ensure compatibility with the motor and other mechanical components in your setup. Lastly, consider factors like efficiency, backlash, and size to make an informed selection.

Q: What type of motor can be paired with a gearbox?

A: Gearboxes can be paired with various types of motors, including servo motors, stepper motors, and brushed or brushless DC motors. The choice depends on the specific application requirements, such as speed, torque, and precision. Ensure compatibility between the gearbox and motor specifications for seamless integration.

Q: Does a gearbox require maintenance, and how is it maintained?

A: Gearboxes typically require minimal maintenance. Regularly check for signs of wear, lubricate as per the manufacturer’s recommendations, and replace lubricants at specified intervals. Performing routine inspections can help identify issues early and extend the lifespan of the gearbox.

Q: What is the lifespan of a gearbox?

A: The lifespan of a gearbox depends on factors such as load conditions, operating environment, and maintenance practices. A well-maintained gearbox can last for several years. Regularly monitor its condition and address any issues promptly to ensure a longer operational life.

Q: What is the slowest speed a gearbox can achieve?

A: Gearboxes are capable of achieving very slow speeds, depending on their design and gear ratio. Some gearboxes are specifically designed for low-speed applications, and the choice should align with the specific speed requirements of your system.

Q: What is the maximum reduction ratio of a gearbox?

A: The maximum reduction ratio of a gearbox depends on its design and configuration. Gearboxes can achieve various reduction ratios, and it’s important to choose 1 that meets the torque and speed requirements of your application. Consult the gearbox specifications or contact the manufacturer for detailed information on available reduction ratios.

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Challenges in Achieving High Gear Ratios with Compactness in Planetary Gearboxes

Designing planetary gearboxes with high gear ratios while maintaining compactness presents several challenges:

  • Space Constraints: As the gear ratio increases, the number of gear stages required also increases. This can lead to larger gearbox sizes, which may be challenging to accommodate in applications with limited space.
  • Bearing Loads: Higher gear ratios often result in increased loads on the bearings and other components due to the redistribution of forces. This can impact the durability and lifespan of the gearbox.
  • Efficiency: Each gear stage introduces losses due to friction and other factors. With multiple stages, the overall efficiency of the gearbox can decrease, affecting its energy efficiency.
  • Complexity: Achieving high gear ratios can require complex gear arrangements and additional components, which can lead to increased manufacturing complexity and costs.
  • Thermal Effects: Higher gear ratios can lead to greater heat generation due to increased friction and loads. Managing thermal effects becomes crucial to prevent overheating and component failure.

To address these challenges, gearbox designers use advanced materials, precise machining techniques, and innovative bearing arrangements to optimize the design for both compactness and performance. Computer simulations and modeling play a critical role in predicting the behavior of the gearbox under different operating conditions, helping to ensure reliability and efficiency.

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Considerations for Selecting Size and Gear Materials in Planetary Gearboxes

Choosing the appropriate size and gear materials for a planetary gearbox is crucial for optimal performance and reliability. Here are the key considerations:

1. Load and Torque Requirements: Evaluate the anticipated load and torque that the gearbox will experience in the application. Select a gearbox size that can handle the maximum load without exceeding its capacity, ensuring reliable and durable operation.

2. Gear Ratio: Determine the required gear ratio to achieve the desired output speed and torque. Different gear ratios are achieved by varying the number of teeth on the gears. Select a gearbox with a suitable gear ratio for your application’s requirements.

3. Efficiency: Consider the efficiency of the gearbox, which is influenced by factors such as gear meshing, bearing losses, and lubrication. A higher efficiency gearbox minimizes energy losses and improves overall system performance.

4. Space Constraints: Evaluate the available space for installing the gearbox. Planetary gearboxes offer compact designs, but it’s essential to ensure that the selected size fits within the available area, especially in applications with limited space.

5. Material Selection: Choose suitable gear materials based on factors like load, speed, and operating conditions. High-quality materials, such as hardened steel or specialized alloys, enhance gear strength, durability, and resistance to wear and fatigue.

6. Lubrication: Proper lubrication is critical for reducing friction and wear in the gearbox. Consider the lubrication requirements of the selected gear materials and ensure the gearbox is designed for efficient lubricant distribution and maintenance.

7. Environmental Conditions: Assess the environmental conditions in which the gearbox will operate. Factors such as temperature, humidity, and exposure to contaminants can impact gear material performance. Choose materials that can withstand the operating environment.

8. Noise and Vibration: Gear material selection can influence noise and vibration levels. Some materials are more adept at dampening vibrations and reducing noise, which is essential for applications where quiet operation is crucial.

9. Cost: Consider the budget for the gearbox and balance the cost of materials, manufacturing, and performance requirements. While high-quality materials may increase initial costs, they can lead to longer gearbox lifespan and reduced maintenance expenses.

10. Manufacturer’s Recommendations: Consult with gearbox manufacturers or experts for guidance on selecting the appropriate size and gear materials. They can provide insights based on their experience and knowledge of various applications.

Ultimately, the proper selection of size and gear materials is vital for achieving reliable, efficient, and long-lasting performance in planetary gearboxes. Taking into account load, gear ratio, materials, lubrication, and other factors ensures the gearbox meets the specific needs of the application.

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Energy Efficiency of a Worm Gearbox: What to Expect

The energy efficiency of a worm gearbox is an important factor to consider when evaluating its performance. Here’s what you can expect in terms of energy efficiency:

  • Typical Efficiency Range: Worm gearboxes are known for their compact size and high gear reduction capabilities, but they can exhibit lower energy efficiency compared to other types of gearboxes. The efficiency of a worm gearbox typically falls in the range of 50% to 90%, depending on various factors such as design, manufacturing quality, lubrication, and load conditions.
  • Inherent Losses: Worm gearboxes inherently involve sliding contact between the worm and worm wheel. This sliding contact generates friction, leading to energy losses in the form of heat. The sliding action also contributes to lower efficiency when compared to gearboxes with rolling contact.
  • Helical-Worm Design: Some manufacturers offer helical-worm gearbox designs that combine elements of helical and worm gearing. These designs aim to improve efficiency by incorporating helical gears in the reduction stage, which can lead to higher efficiency compared to traditional worm gearboxes.
  • Lubrication: Proper lubrication plays a significant role in minimizing friction and improving energy efficiency. Using high-quality lubricants and ensuring the gearbox is adequately lubricated can help reduce losses due to friction.
  • Application Considerations: While worm gearboxes might have lower energy efficiency compared to other types of gearboxes, they still offer advantages in terms of compactness, high torque transmission, and simplicity. Therefore, the decision to use a worm gearbox should consider the specific requirements of the application, including the trade-off between energy efficiency and other performance factors.

When selecting a worm gearbox, it’s essential to consider the trade-offs between energy efficiency, torque transmission, gearbox size, and the specific needs of the application. Regular maintenance, proper lubrication, and selecting a well-designed gearbox can contribute to achieving the best possible energy efficiency within the limitations of worm gearbox technology.

China Standard Efficient Planetary Gearbox for CNC Machining Centers   cvt gearbox	China Standard Efficient Planetary Gearbox for CNC Machining Centers   cvt gearbox
editor by CX 2024-01-23