The team at Gear Motions is energized and ready to reconnect with the gear industry in person at Motion + Power Technology Expo Booth #2425. Show attendees will get a glimpse into the future as the company introduces some exciting new accomplishments in precision manufacturing.
First, Gear Motions will be sharing the latest details on a brand-new gear manufacturing facility in Buffalo, NY. This world class facility will bring Gear Motions’ two Buffalo divisions, Niagara Gear and Oliver Gear, together under one roof and will provide plenty of manufacturing and office space for the company's growing and changing needs.
In new equipment and capabilities, Gear Motions recently added a trio of ultramodern gear grinding systems from Reishauer; two model RZ260s, and one RZ550, all equipped with advanced robotic automation systems from Felsomat. These high-performance grinders, paired with multi-pallet automation, have greatly improved gear grinding performance and efficiency. New capabilities include super finishing and polish grinding on parts ranging in size from 0.5 to 27.5 inches in diameter and accommodating a variety of part types including spur gears, helical gears, and assemblies.
In product news, past attendees of MPT Expo may remember that in 2019 Gear Motions introduced Kinatech, the groundbreaking non-backdriveable gearbox technology. The organization will not only be demonstrating the next generation gearbox at MPT 2021, but will also be ready to start taking orders.
What has not changed at Gear Motions is its knowledgeable, experienced team of employee owners who will be available at the show to do what they do best; work with you to solve problems and meet your gear manufacturing needs. In the middle of the hustle and bustle of the show floor, they will have a dedicated meeting space in the booth for in-person discussion, dive into customer challenges, and offer solutions.
Gear Motions is a leading gear manufacturer specializing in supplying custom cut and ground gears for OEMs all around the world. Kinatech is a new mechanical locking system that will hold any load in place without using electricity, pneumatics, hydraulics, friction, or any other external braking system. Learn more at the website below:
AGMA's Motion + Power Technology Expo 2021 takes place September 14-16 at America's Center, St. Louis, MO. Join many of the gear and power transmission vendors and customers face-to-face this fall here.