Synchronous drives employ the positive engagement of two sets of meshing teeth. They don’t slip, and there’s no relative motion between the two elements in mesh. The positive nature of these drives makes them capable of transmitting large torques and withstanding large accelerations. Chain drives, however, are often used where positive synchronization between shafts and transmission of substantial torque is required. We supply high-quality machined timing-belt pulleys, molded pulleys, timing belts, and sprockets and chains.
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