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“Merkle-Korff showed its innovative side early - developing the original small gearmotor in the 1920s, followed by the simple cup-drop motor in soft drink machines in the 1950s, and then through-the-door ice dispensing systems.”
“Today, after a century in business, Merkle-Korff remains at the technology forefront by providing industry leading brushless, PMDC and AC gearmotor and motor solutions for applications in the commercial food equipment, consumer appliance, vending, pellet stove, pump, medical and other various markets.”
“St. Charles, IL - In response to customers demanding more power in a smaller space, gearmotor and electric motor manufacturer, Bison Gear ”
“A Bison gearmotor typically produces more torque than other gearmotors in their physical size and price range.”
“A gearbox is usually attached directly to the engine to form what they call a gearmotor.”
“Anyone who's done a lot of miniature robotics building probably knows the hardware hack to turn a regular servo motor into a continuous-rotation gearmotor, by removing the mechanical stop and the servo control PCB.”
“What you end up with is a full-rotation, bi-directional gearmotor, with positional control, sort of like a low-precision stepper motor.”
“There's a larger NEMA34 unit from Pacific Scientific and a 90VDC gearmotor, and some other stuff.”
“This integral gearmotor design allows the CG to deliver up to 1,000 lb-in. of torque, which is nearly twice the torque of any previous Bodine product.”
“B.C. The output of this reversible gearmotor is rated for 46 IN LBS continuous torque, at 100 RPM, and 89 IN LBS Peak.”
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