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Kraken Gear

The KI-CG series is the first product line of our gearbox technology with compact design and strong performance data.

Technology

The gearbox principle does not require rotating gears. Guided piston segments with imprinted teeth are used for power transmission. These are driven via a crankshaft and engage one after the other in an internally toothed hollow shaft. Due to the simultaneous engagement of several teeth, even higher forces can be transmitted without backlash with increased system rigidity, which enables compact and precise drive solutions.

individual

We would be happy to calculate and design your individual version. We can thus demonstrate to you the advantage of our gearbox innovation. In the course of our revolution of existing drive systems, you as an early user will benefit from the status of the Kraken Gear as a ‘world first’. Previous collaborations show the added value of joint further development. We therefore welcome enquiries and new projects.

Compact

The high reduction ratio in one stage ensures a small form factor and makes use possible in applications with limited installation space.

Precise

Low hysteresis loss and low inertia create dynamic operation with consistent positioning accuracy.

Robust

High system rigidity in combination with integrated angular contact ball bearings ensure the absorption of high radial and axial loads.

Connected

The sensor integration and software solution can monitor individual teeth, continuously evaluate indicators and thus reduce failures.

KI-CG product line

Der Titel des Dokuments
Symbol
Unit
KI-CG-88-XX
KI-CG-98-XX
KI-CG-116-XX
KI-CG-148-XX
Ratio
i
-
64, 80, 96, 110, ...
Outer diameter
A
mm
88
98
116
148
Length
B
mm
58
68
74
88
Hollow shaft diameter
C
mm
15
18
20
30
Mass
m
kg
2
2,8
4
7,8
Repeatable peak torque
TR
Nm
50
110
240
640
Collision torque
TM
Nm
80
190
410
1080
Standstill torque
TO
Nm
110
260
540
1190
Tilting moment stiffness1
KB
Nm/arcmin
65
90
210
420
Max. input speed
n1 (max)
min-1
2500
1Average value for tilting moment stiffness

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