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ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES

  Engineering Design Services Overview SmallArrowRH

 

     ENGINEERING MATERIALS & MANUFACTURING:  

 SmallArrowRH Castings

 SmallArrowRH Extrusions

 SmallArrowRH CNC Parts

 SmallArrowRH Plastics & Injection Moulding

 SmallArrowRH Elastomers

 SmallArrowRH Sheet Metal & Fabrication

 

     ENGINEERING COMPONENTS:

 SmallArrowRH Gears & Springs

 SmallArrowRH Hydraulics & Pneumatics

 SmallArrowRH Jigs & Fixtures

 

     ENGINEERING ANALYSIS:

 SmallArrowRH Tolerance Analysis

 SmallArrowRH Mechanims

 SmallArrowRH Kinematics

 

     ENGINEERING SYSTEMATIC DESIGN:

 SmallArrowRH ElectroMechanical

 SmallArrowRH Machine Design

 SmallArrowRH Precision Engineering

 

 

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Gears&Springs

SmallLHArrow To mesh or not to mesh - spur, helical and worm drive gear examples SmallRHArrow

Gears - An ancient concept, gears (above, a spur gear, LH/RH helical gear and a worm drive) are a very effiective way of both transferrring torque and varying the applied torque (increasing/decreasing the 'gear ratio') from a drive input unit to a final output unit. Gears may be plastic or metallic (ferrous or non-ferrous). Most ferrous gears are produced by forging, casting or sintering, producing a part with a dense grain structure and superior strength.

Springs - Usually used in an assmebly/combination to provide a reaction 'force' via 'storing' 'spring' engergy (via displacement) whilst compressed (as above). A combination of materials may be used depending on application.