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Made-To-Order Metals

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

posted by Tony at 10:39 AM

When standard metal drive components won’t work, call the Gates Made-To-Order Metals Team.  Our dedicated made-to-order metals staff specializes in providing prototype and production pulleys, sheaves, and sprockets to meet your design expectations and requirements.  No order is too large or too small.
  • Drive components are available in a variety of bores, styles, materials and finishes including:
    •  Pulleys, Sheaves and SprocketsAll Gates Synchronous Profiles and Pitches, Micro-V® and V-Belt‚ Plain or Profiled Idlers
    • Bores Plain, Straight, Tapered, Splined or any Special Bore. Manufactured to accept Taper-Lock,® Ringfeder,® QD, Torque Tamer, Trantorque® or other Special Bushings
    •  StylesBar Stock, Idlers, Ringfeder Connections, Torque Tamers, Custom Configurations, Special Hubs and more
    • MaterialsAluminum, Steel, Ductile, Cast Iron, Phenolic, Stainless Steel or Plastics
    •  FinishesHard Coat, Food Grade, Zinc, Black Anodize, Nickel Plating, Custom Plating or any Special Coatings
    • Processes Hob Cutting, Shaper Cutting, Die Casting and Molding
  • Services include sub-assembly, press bearings, sprocket/bushing balancing and index marking. 
  • CAD drawings accepted.
  • Quoting usually within 48 hours.
If you are unsure as to what considerations need to be made for your non-standard metal component then the Gates Metals Technical Guide is a great resource to help you further understand the available options and their relevance to your specific needs.  Of course our made-to-order metals team can always be contacted at 800-709-6001 or MakeMyMetal@Gates.com to answer any questions and develop a quote for your metal drive components needs.


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