It is similar to chain mechanisms in terms of its working principle, as it carries out motion transmission in a closed manner. In terms of materials, it is similar to belt-pulley mechanisms.

The conversion rate is fixed. The movement can be precisely synchronized as desired.
Does not require lubrication.
It gets very little hot during operation,
It works noiselessly.
It allows the use of very small diameter gears.

Where Are Timing Gears Used?

  • In places where precise position control is required, in systems where motors such as stepper motors and servo motors are used,
  • While transmitting power to the shafts that must rotate with precise time adjustment, the crankshaft that turns the valves in automobiles,
  • In cases where clearance is not desired, such as in chains and sprockets,
  • When the shafts need to rotate precisely at the same speed in places where speed control is made with a motor,
  • When it is desired that there will be no scrolling when the rotation movement suddenly stops,
  • In belt systems where products need to be transported in conveyor systems,
  • In machines where rust is not desired and used in the medical field or food field,
  • In cases where slippage is not desired at high speeds (5-10m/s),