Cone Drive Harmonic Solutions®

Cone Drive Harmonic Solutions® are designed and manufactured in-house to meet or exceed our customers requirements. Each size, style, and ratio has undergone extensive testing in our state-of-the-art dynamometer facility to ensure each part we produce will meet the demands of your application.

Cup Style Harmonic Solutions

Precision. Motion. Control.

Cone Drive Harmonic Solutions® are in-line motion control solutions consisting of three main components: wave generator, flexspline, and a circular spline.

Cup style are perfect for high precision and torque density. The gear extends out from the joint and cables are run externally.

Key Features
  • Sizes: 11, 14, 17, 20, 25, 32
  • Configurations: Component Gearset or Gearhead. Large bore (Lightweight), Other options available
  • Continuous Output Torque: Up to 171.9 Nm (1521 in. lb)
  • Peak Output Torque: Up to 823.9 Nm (7292 Nm)
  • Gear Ratios: 50:1 to 160:1; ratio offerings are size dependent
  • Standard Input Options: Keyed or Set Screwed. Includes Oldham style coupling
  • Custom Input Options: Solid Input, Dowel Pins, Tapped Holes, Piloted, Stepper/Servo Motor Ready, Special Materials and Coatings

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The Cone Drive Product Development Laboratory is a state-of-the-art facility directly adjacent to our Traverse City, Michigan manufacturing location. The lab has the capacity to test a wide range of gear reducer products, for both Cone Drive products as well as those manufactured by other companies. The lab includes capability to run a wide variety of tests including load testing for evaluating reducer performance and operating efficiency.
  • Test + Control
    • 6 product testing stands
    • Servo cyclic control
    • Simulated inertial loading
    • Constant torque/load
    • Durability/validation
    • Accelerated life test
    • Lubricant evaluation
    • Static loading & stiffness
  • Product Measurement
    • Displacement & motion
    • Torque
    • Thermal
    • Efficiency
    • Vibration
    • Basic noise
    • Transmission accuracy

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