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Triumph Gear Systems specializes in the design, development, manufacture, sale and repair of gearboxes, high-lift flight control actuators, gear-driven actuators and precision gears for the aerospace industry.
On the 1927 Royale, just a three-speed gearbox--a fly-gear for starting from rest, a direct gear and a geared-up top--located on the rear axle was deemed necessary.
Recreationists hoping to get into road cycling - especially those skeptical or just plain scared of the drop handlebar and skittish handling characteristics of the traditional road bike - are opting for the upright stance and wide gear range of the cross-bike.
Ikona is currently in discussions with two major manufacturers for the use of its new technologies and is investigating the feasibility of licensing the rolling contact coupling design to coupling manufacturers to improve the performance of their orbiting/cycloidal gear systems.
China's demand for gears has grown at a fast pace in the past decade.
A colorful frieze of artistically photographed gears also traverses the walls of the plant's QC lab.
Measuring differential housing gear height and tooth geometry.
AMSOIL Severe Gear Synthetic SAE 190 and SAE 250 Gear Lubricants are premium grade, extreme pressure gear lubes engineered specifically for the demands of severe racing conditions.
Notes quality director Mark Smith, "We still have to validate that measuring gears while warm will match test results in a cooled state.
As he was lowering the landing gear, there was a real loud thump, much louder than normal.