205-270 - Cycloidal Gear Reducer Cutaway

Product Dimensions
(L x W x H)
13.5" x 12" x 6.75" (343 x 305 x 171 mm)
13 lbs (6 kg)

Shipping Dimensions
(L x W x H)
15" x 15" x 24" (381 x 381 x 609 mm)
15 lbs (7 kg)

A sectioned industrial, mounted cycloidal gear reducer for use in classroom and laboratory training relating to mechanical drives. This example, procured as industrial surplus, has been restored, cut away and refinished using durable coatings.

Sharing many design features with planetary gear reducers, including their straight-through design, these commonly-encountered epicyclical reducers, are often chosen for high-torque servo motor applications due to their low/no backlash, low wear, high-shock load, and high-torque operating characteristics. A full 90 degree cutaway unveils primary components including the cycloidal disk, pins/rollers, and ring gear. Motion is retained and reversing shaft rotation can be demonstrated.

The device is mounted on a modular, heavy-gauge steel baseplate. For industrial relevancy, common models, by well-known manufacturers are chosen. All examples can be mounted on related DAC bench, workstation and storage products. All operational features have been retained allowing the reducer to be operated via hand crank, and replacement hardware has been provided where necessary.
7-Gauge, formed-steel, powder-coated baseplate with provision for bench-top, workstation and storage rack mounting.
Sectioning and restoration of actual industrial gear reducer. (Popular models, by well-known manufacturers, are chosen for industrial relevancy.)
Painting, using a high-durability urethane coating.
Replacement hardware, where necessary.
Crating for shipment via parcel service.
* Applicable installation and maintenance manual from original manufacturer.
- No dedicated courseware provided

This device has been designed for professionals for use under controlled circumstances for training only. DAC assumes no liability for injury resulting from the use or misuse of this product.
The components herein described have been modified for training purposes and are no longer fit for production applications.
Open gearing can be dangerous due to exposure to multiple pinch-points. Care should be taken to avoid unsupervised use of this device.
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