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  • Rush Gears Inc

    A producer of industrial gears, Rush Gears Inc. offers delrin and phenolic internal gears, along with helical gears, worm gear, and spur gears constructed from nylon and phenolic. The worm gears provide large speed ratios on short center distances from 1/4" to 11", while the spur gears operate on parallel shafts to transmit motion and power. The helical gears are furnished in a 45-degree helix angle and used in situations where velocities exceed 1000 feet per minute.

  • American Precision Gear Co.

    American Precision Gear Co. manufactures custom plastic, nylon, and delrin gears to tight tolerances up to 0.0001". Gear types include helical, miniature and medical device, ring, spur, and worm. Available in metric and inch sizes, the gears are used in the aerospace, defense, government, industrial, instrumentation, medical device, military, and oil and gas industries.

  • Intech

    In-Tech Power-Core's non-metallic plastic gears are used in demanding applications to reduce noise, gear shock, and vibration, and are available with outer diameters up to 36". Resistant to corrosion and chemicals, the gears are machined with high accuracy to AGMA Class 10, and can run without lubrication up to 1200 ft./minute.


  • Miller Plastic Products, Inc.

    Miller Plastic Products Inc. machines Delrin and Acetal gears for continuous operating temperatures up to 185F. The gears are chemically resistant to neutral chemicals, hydrocarbons, and solvents.

  • STD Precision Gear & Instrument

    STD Precision Gear & Instrument's offers a number plastic precision gear types including: spur, helical, worm, anti-backlash, cluster, clutch, face, planetary, bevel, miter, metric, internal, and idler.

  • Atlas Gear Co.

    Atlas Gear Co. manufactures plastic gears from nylon and Delrin. The gears can be produced in low or high volume, and in sizes ranging from 1/2" to 36" in diameter.