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gearhead

A gearhead is a high-tech enthusiast who loves electronic devices and gadgets. The term also refers to a "motorhead," a person who is mechanically inclined and loves cars. See high-tech people.
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Along with the motors are MEnc13 Hall-effect encoders for precise motor control and GP16A gearheads with 19:1 reduction, providing adequate torque for positioning speeds of 1.0 cm per second.
The CSF-2UH series high torque gearheads use HD Systems' patented "S" tooth that delivers more than twice the torque, twice the life, and twice the torsional stiffness when compared to conventional Harmonic Drive Gearing.
This planetary gearhead is available in 4 frame sizes from 60mm to 170mm.
* A gearhead that uses 3.0 to 3.3 V of input and draws less than 100 ma fully loaded.
These include ironless rotor motor technology, turbo disc stepper motors, miniature brushless DC motor technology, spur and planetary gearhead technology, miniature slotted and slotless brushless DC motors, brushed DC motors, stepper motors, digital linear actuators, gearheads and encoders.
Check Switchblade Tongues, Butterknife Brains on Gearhead. Sure, it's outtakes and stuff that never saw the light of day over the last four years or so, but there's some great stuff on there ...
Pacesetter ac inverter duty motors, gearmotors, and ac variable speed controls consist of all-new motor and gearhead combinations for output power in a small package.
The modular complement, the 06/1 planetary gearhead, is also 6 mm in diameter.
I also knew about the old American cars and motorcycles, a gearhead's dream come true.
They can be combined with a variety of standard gearheads and the sterilizable planetary gearhead in a wide range of variations.
This design is made possible by developing an innovative ring gear that can maintain high torsional stiffness The result is a planetary gearhead that provides consistently low backlash, high efficiency, and high output speeds.
Mike over at Gearhead seems to have a knack for pickin' up early on the next big thing.