Powder metallurgy gear
|Material||Iron allowy,Stainless Steel or Customized|
|Finish||Clean or Customized|
|Process||Powder Metallurgy,Metal Sintering|
|Package||PP bag , Carton ,box or according to customer’s requirements|
|Shipment||Shipped by a convenient and cost-effective way.|
|Lead Time||Sample: 15-20 workdays for mold first,|
|Batch goods: 12-15 workdays after samples have been approved.|
Why Powdered Metals?
Significant cost savings.
Create complex or unique shapes.
No or minimal waste during production.
High quality finished products.
Strength of materials
Production process of powder metallurgy
Powder mixing – Forming – Sintering – Oil impregnation – Sizing -Ultrasonic cleaning – Steam oxidation – Oil impregnation – Final inspection – Packing
JINGSHI established in 2007
Manufacturer & Exporter
Exacting in producing powder metallurgy gears and parts
Passed ISO/TS16949 Quality Certificate
Numbers senior R & D engineers and Skilled operators
Precise Examination Instruments.
Strict Quality Control
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|Application:||Motor, Electric Cars, Motorcycle, Machinery, Toy, Agricultural Machinery|
|Hardness:||Hardened Tooth Surface|
|Gear Position:||External Gear|
|Manufacturing Method:||Sintered Gear|
|Toothed Portion Shape:||Spur Gear|
What is a ring gear and how does it work?
A ring gear is a type of gear that features teeth on the outer perimeter of a circular ring-shaped component. It is commonly used in various mechanical systems and applications. Here’s a detailed explanation of what a ring gear is and how it works:
A ring gear, also known as an annular gear or internal gear, is a gear with teeth on the inside circumference of a circular ring. It is designed to mesh with a pinion gear or another gear that has teeth on the outside. The combination of a ring gear and a pinion gear forms a gear set, enabling the transmission of rotational motion and torque between the two gears.
Here’s how a ring gear works:
- Tooth Engagement: When a ring gear and a pinion gear are brought together, the teeth of the pinion gear mesh with the teeth of the ring gear. The teeth of the pinion gear enter the spaces between the teeth of the ring gear, creating a mechanical connection between the two gears.
- Motion Transmission: As the driving gear (such as the pinion gear) rotates, it transfers rotational motion to the ring gear. The teeth of the driving gear push against the teeth of the ring gear, causing the ring gear to rotate in the opposite direction. This rotational motion can be used to drive other components or systems connected to the ring gear.
- Torque Transfer: The meshing of the teeth between the ring gear and the driving gear allows for the transfer of torque. Torque is the rotational force or twisting force applied to a gear. As the driving gear exerts torque on the ring gear through the meshing teeth, the ring gear experiences a torque load. This torque load can be transmitted to other components or systems connected to the ring gear.
- Gear Ratio: The gear ratio between the ring gear and the driving gear determines the speed and torque relationship between the two gears. The gear ratio is defined as the ratio of the number of teeth on the ring gear to the number of teeth on the driving gear. By changing the size or number of teeth on either the ring gear or the driving gear, the gear ratio can be adjusted to achieve the desired speed or torque output.
- Load Distribution: The ring gear distributes the load over a larger area compared to other types of gears. This load distribution characteristic allows the ring gear to handle higher loads and torque. The design of the ring gear and its tooth profile ensures that the load is evenly distributed across the surface of the gear, enhancing its durability and reducing the risk of premature wear or failure.
Ring gears are commonly used in various applications, including automotive transmissions, differential systems, planetary gear systems, industrial machinery, and power transmission equipment. They provide advantages such as compactness, high torque capacity, load distribution, and the ability to achieve high gear ratios.
It’s important to note that the design and characteristics of ring gears may vary depending on the specific application and requirements. Factors such as tooth profile, material selection, lubrication, and manufacturing techniques are carefully considered to ensure optimal performance and durability of the ring gear.
editor by CX 2023-09-04