Reach Introduces Harmonic Reducers for Superior Transmission Performance

Reach Machinery, is one of the leading manufacturers of mechanical transmission solutions. Our harmonic reducers are designed to provide superior motion and power transmission, thanks to their innovative working principle based on the elastic deformation of flexible components.
Harmonic gear transmission, which was invented by American inventor C.W. Musser in 1955, has revolutionized the way we think about mechanical transmission. Unlike traditional methods that rely on rigid components, harmonic reducers use flexible components to achieve motion and power transmission, resulting in a host of unique features that are difficult to achieve with other transmissions.
The working principle of harmonic reducers involves the use of controlled elastic deformation of the flexspline, circular spline, and wave generator. As the elliptical cams in the wave generator rotate inside the flexspline, the flexspline deforms to engage and disengage with the circular spline teeth. This generates four kinds of motion - engaging, meshing, engaging, and disengaging - resulting in the motion transmission from the active wave generator to the flexspline.

One of the key features of harmonic reducers is their zero side gap, small backlash design. This results in long service life and smooth, stable performance that is both safe and reliable. Additionally, harmonic reducers are available in standardized sizes, providing strong versatility and ease of use.

At Reach Machinery, we take pride in our commitment to innovation and quality, and our Harmonic Reducers are no exception. With their low noise, low vibration, and exceptional performance, these reducers are the perfect choice for a wide range of applications, such as Industrial robots, collaborative robots.

In summary, the unique tooth design and superior performance of Reach Machinery's harmonic gear reducers make them an ideal solution for many applications requiring high precision, reliability and efficiency. Contact us today to learn more about how our harmonic reducers can help your business.

Post time: Mar-28-2023