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'[OT] Gear supplier **HELP**'
1999\06\04@104844 by Wagner Lipnharski

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I know, another [OT], but again using the list as the last information
resource.

I am looking for some catalog company or low quantity distributor in USA
for small timming belts, pulleys, gears, worms and belt tensioners...
Something like Digikey, JDR, Allied and so on for mechanic parts...  So
far I just found one single place in California that just "loved" my 10
pieces quantity quotation request...

I bet lots of friends have the same problem when dealing with stepper
motors and other gears.

Wagner

1999\06\04@110711 by Joe McCauley

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There is a company in the UK called HPC who do this stuff in small qtys. If
you can't find anything closer to home let me know and I'll dig out their
address.

Joe


At 10:43 04/06/99 -0400, you wrote:
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1999\06\04@113815 by Thomas McGahee

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Winfred M. Berg Inc.
499 Ocean Ave.
East Rockaway , Long Island New York 11518

phone 519-599-5010

Suppliers of just what you asked about.

Fr. Tom McGahee

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1999\06\04@114827 by Mark Griebel

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Try:

http://www.nordex-inc.com -$20 minimum order
http://www.sdp-si.com - $50 minimum order
http://www.wmberg.com - The old standby
http://servolink.com - Online drive design (Great!)
http://www.smallparts.com - $20? minnimum order

None of them have very good on-line ordering, but all send free
catalogs.
-mark-


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1999\06\04@115240 by Jeff Barlow

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You might try: http://www.mcmaster.com/



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Subject: [OT] Gear supplier **HELP**


I know, another [OT], but again using the list as the last information
resource.

I am looking for some catalog company or low quantity distributor in USA
for small timming belts, pulleys, gears, worms and belt tensioners...
Something like Digikey, JDR, Allied and so on for mechanic parts...  So
far I just found one single place in California that just "loved" my 10
pieces quantity quotation request...

I bet lots of friends have the same problem when dealing with stepper
motors and other gears.

Wagner

1999\06\04@122121 by tim

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stock drive products..........in new york......sdp    for short....
gears timing belts and the like................hope this helps..
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1999\06\04@124536 by Michael Shiloh

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the classic is:

http://www.smallparts.com/

>I am looking for some catalog company or low quantity distributor in USA
>for small timming belts, pulleys, gears, worms and belt tensioners...
>Something like Digikey, JDR, Allied and so on for mechanic parts...  So
>far I just found one single place in California that just "loved" my 10
>pieces quantity quotation request...
>

1999\06\04@144049 by William K. Borsum

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At 08:56 AM 6/4/99 -0700, you wrote:
>You might try: http://www.mcmaster.com/

>I am looking for some catalog company or low quantity distributor in USA
>for small timming belts, pulleys, gears, worms and belt tensioners...
>Something like Digikey, JDR, Allied and so on for mechanic parts...  So
>far I just found one single place in California that just "loved" my 10
>pieces quantity quotation request...

There is ONE superb source that has it all: <http://www.wmberg.com>.  1-800-232-BERG
You might also try Reid Tool, and W. W. Grainger.  Grainger is everywhere
and sells in small quantities, but doesn't always have exactly what you
want.  Berg is the FIRST place to try. McMasters is good too--sort of like
Grainger but harder to deal with.
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1999\06\04@151816 by Jack Shidemantle

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Try Stock Drive Products we get a lot from them. Not sure what their
minimum is.

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At 08:56 AM 6/4/99 -0700, you wrote:
>You might try: http://www.mcmaster.com/

>I am looking for some catalog company or low quantity distributor in USA
>for small timming belts, pulleys, gears, worms and belt tensioners...
>Something like Digikey, JDR, Allied and so on for mechanic parts... ÊSo
>far I just found one single place in California that just "loved" my 10
>pieces quantity quotation request...

There is ONE superb source that has it all: <http://www.wmberg.com>.
1-800-232-BERG
You might also try Reid Tool, and W. W. Grainger. ÊGrainger is everywhere
and sells in small quantities, but doesn't always have exactly what you
want. ÊBerg is the FIRST place to try. McMasters is good too--sort of like
Grainger but harder to deal with.
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All legitimate attachments to this email will be clearly identified in the
text.
William K. Borsum, P.E.
OEM Dataloggers and Instrumentation Systems
<RemoveMEborsumTakeThisOuTspamdascor.com> & <http://www.dascor.com>

1999\06\04@164310 by William Chops Westfield

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JameCo electronics has started carrying some robotics-oriented mechanical
parts like gears and chain/sprockets/etc.  Depressingly expensive stuff,
mechanical components :-(

BillW

1999\06\04@212945 by ShadeDemon

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 Just gears and a plastic chain series, but good low qty
pricing etc..

quoted from post to SRS list:

I just stumbled across this company. They have a reasonable
selection of
smaller plastic (delrin) gears (32 & 48 pitch), chains and
sprockets. The
prices are VERY reasonable--single quantity prices are all
less than $2
($30 min order). This seems to be a promising resource,
something that has
been on my wish-list for a while. Has anyone out there had
experience with
this Co. It looks very new.

http://servolink.com/

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Wagner Lipnharski wrote:
>
> I know, another [OT], but again using the list as the last information
> resource.
>
> I am looking for some catalog company or low quantity distributor in USA
> for small timming belts, pulleys, gears, worms and belt tensioners...
> Wagner

1999\06\05@012234 by Mario I. Arguello

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Gears!!!! oh BOY!!!    Everytime I see an Email that mentions gears it has
the same question.. WHERE CAN I GET some cheap gears for my projects?

Gear manufacturers like Stock Drive sell them but they are not cheap! and
there is usually a minimum amount that you need to buy..  Others sell them
but either too large or too small and then they are still expensive. I cannot
justify paying $3 for a single nylon 100T 64 Pitch gear.

I had to find a better way of getting all types of gears for my projects ...
and you know you have to get various ones, specially if you design your own
robots or make little RC helicopters, like me.

American Science and Surplus sells tons of clock movements. These devices can
be bought for about $2 each.  Buy one take it apart and what do you get?  A
bunch of nylon gears in different sizes and pitches. They also have car
navigation panels that have dials driven by GEARS GEARS GEARS!!

I am not trying to advertise for American Science and Surplus, I simply love
the place becasue I can get all types experimental things for peanuts.

Looked them up on the nternet.

Care to see a short video or pictures of my helis I have build with surplus
gears?
Visit me @:
http://members.aol.com/microchper/mia280.htm

Regards,

Mario

1999\06\05@012651 by Mario I. Arguello

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In a message dated 6/4/99 12:48:42 PM SA Eastern Standard Time,
TakeThisOuTmgriebelEraseMEspamspam_OUTYAHOO.COM writes:

<<
http://www.nordex-inc.com -$20 minimum order
http://www.sdp-si.com - $50 minimum order
http://www.wmberg.com - The old standby
http://servolink.com - Online drive design (Great!)
http://www.smallparts.com - $20? minnimum order
 >>
If you must buy from  a manufacturer, another great ompany with a very nice
catalog is
<A
HREF="http://www.muffett.co.uk/index.htm">Gearshttp://www.muffett.co.uk/index.
htm
</A>

1999\06\05@013303 by Mario I. Arguello

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In a message dated 6/4/99 3:41:09 PM SA Eastern Standard Time,
RemoveMEborsumspamTakeThisOuTDASCOR.COM writes:

<< here is ONE superb source that has it all: <http://www.wmberg.com>.
1-800-232-BERG
You might also try Reid Tool, and W. W. Grainger.  Grainger is everywhere
and sells in small quantities, but doesn't always have exactly what you
want.  Berg is the FIRST place to try. McMasters is good too--sort of like
Grainger but harder to deal with. >>


Berg is exremely expensive but again you are getting quality components!
Question is do you really need that high quality and high tolerance on your
gears? Could you use surplus gears?

See my previous Emails.

Mario

1999\06\07@104924 by Lawrence Lile

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Here are some good ones:

http://servolink.com/     Servolink has a nice selection of nylon gears,
sprockets, and chain, good engineering data, and they sel over the web
AAAAAAA+      $1     per gear in onesy twosey quantities - good quality and
fast.

SECS incorporated  (yes that's pronounced sex)   Can't find a catalog right
now.  Pricey, but great depth of stock in metal and plastic gears and
gizmos.


Stock Drive inc.    516-328-3300  (area code may have changed?)  Pricey, but
good engineering data and depth of stock.




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