Your products on GBX and CP2 rotate continuously and forced because of a rotation mechanism. This delivers the highest and reliable rotation around the third axle. GBX and CP2 are compatible with COLT plates, which means both can be stacked together on the same tower.

All GBX and CP2 are provided with an overload clutch. The clutch disconnects the gearbox if it is e.g. blocked by whatever reason. In the usage of many gearboxes, you safe the whole charge, by only losing the parts of the defect gearbox. With GBX and CP2 gearboxes, the actual gearbox is usually encapsulated in a casing. This can easily be dismantled and given away for blasting or stripping. With the cover removed, the gearboxes can be easily serviced.

The most important dimensions of the gearboxes for you are shown in the schematic product image:

  1. Outside diameter (OD) of the gearbox housing: It must be OD ≤ dp (planet diameter). The value of OD always appears in the designation behind the word “gearbox”.
  2. Distance (S1 - S2) between adjacent substrate axes: It must be (S1 - S2)> ds + a (substrate diameter + distance).
  3. Partial circle diameter (PCD) of the hubs: It must be PCD + ds <dp.
  4. Planet shaft dimensions: This must match your planet shafts. The dimension of the planet shaft is always in the name after the division T.


Click on the image to open the list of available gearboxes. Yo can filter the list according to your machine / products.

We offer various forms of interfaces to your products. The last group of characters in the gear unit designation describes the form of the hub. The simplest form is the rotating pin (P). Substrates can be placed quickly and at any angle. The thread (M) offers more stability. The products are firmly connected to the hub but putting them on is more complex. If the substrates are stored again at the upper end, the rotation below must be guaranteed e.g. by a wedge-shaped hub (W).Finally, there are magnetic recordings (Mag). The last digit in the name indicates the diameter of the hub.


The gearbox types are sorted into five weight classes and in a special catalog for gearboxes with magnetic hubs. When leafing through, we recommend changing the sorting order in the catalog to "Name". The gears are then sorted from small to large and from a few positions to many.


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