The combination of low-backlash planetary gearboxes with high-precision pinions and racks is extremely energy-efficient, precise, dynamic and convincing thanks to the long service life. Rack and pinion drives from WMH Herion and VOGEL enable even machine gantries weighing tonnes to be accelerated dynamically and positioned accurately down to the μm range.
Our comprehensive product portfolio makes ideal powerful applications possible for a wide range of different branches:
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- Machine tools
- Drive and automation technology
- Robotics and handling
- Plastics and film processing machines
- Woodworking machines
VOGEL planetary gearboxes combine maximum flexibility with high power density and make high torque transmission possible in the tightest of spaces. With high precision and load-bearing capacity as well as smooth running properties, the pinions from WMH Herion are extremely reliable power transmitters even during continuous operation. Precision-ground racks from WMH Herion allow the rotary movement of the pinion to be transformed exactly into a linear movement.
With our practical range of products we cover a wide spectrum of common requirements. The high-quality components which have been exactly matched to one another are top performers that have been designed for durability and precision. The choice is yours.
Rack and pinion drive with pinion pre-mounted on the output shaft of the gearbox. You benefit from minimum assembly work and fast start-up. Purchase the rack and pinion drive as individual components as a gearbox with matching pinion and rack. The components can be configured into a system quickly and economically.
When we say "on request" we mean: everything is possible. You benefit from the flexibility of two specialist companies with development skills and a range of components that is quite unique in the world. We do everything in our power to ensure you get just the rack and pinion drive you require. From customising through more minor application-specific adaptation of our range components through adaptation of design sizes to the development of tailor-made solutions. Working with you, we design the optimum and most economic customised solution which is in no way inferior to our tried-andtrusted series products in terms of either quality or efficiency.
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Planetary Gearboxes are very often used for applications that are extremely dynamic and very precise. In many cases, however, it can be difficult to dimension these drives. Lenze simplifies these calculations for the user and makes the subsequent design process easy. The DSD engineering tool can be used to dimension the necessary drives in a clearly structured process. The necessary engineering information,
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