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"Engaging" PM Solutions

You need gears that are tough enough to endure the "daily grind."
By "meshing" innovative designs with extensive production capabilities, Symmco can help you develop durable, cost-effective parts.


From the smallest of bearings to the largest of complex structural components, Symmco has the engineering expertise and tools (press sizes ranging from 5 to 750 tons) to produce a wide range of high quality PM products.


With these dynamic capabilities, the manufacturers of printers, winches, gas meters, air compressors, louvers, engines, electric motors, farm equipment, recreation vehicles, automation devices, exercise equipment and general industrial equipment have turned to Symmco to develop parts that go into:​​


  • Linear actuators

  • Actuators

  • Gear drives

  • Chain drives

  • Gear boxes

  • Motors

  • Electric motors

  • Flow meters

Using the PM process, Symmco can produce stronger, higher quality, longer-lasting:

  • Pinion Gears

  • Internal Gears

  • Gear Racks

  • Spur Gears

  • Bevel Gears

  • Helical Gears

  • Sprockets

  • Miter Gears

  • Sprockets

  • Pulleys

  • Assemblies

Design Support

  • Tooth Engagement SAP/EAP

  • Backlash Requirements

  • Modified Addendum

  • Modified Operating Diameter

  • Modified Tip Relief

  • Weight Reduction

  • Multiple Gear Trains

  • Gear-to-Gear Material Selection

  • Compressive, Bending and Yield Strength Analysis


Gear Fabrication

  • AGMA Levels 6 to 7 (Higher Ones Can Be Achieved with Machining or Grinding Operations)

  • Specific Tooth Form to Customer Request

  • Both Left- and Right-Hand Helical Gear Design
    (Up to 20° Helix Angle, Any Shape ID)


Cutting-Edge Software

  • Gears and Gear Tooling Designed Using Gear Tracks
    and Solid Works


Comprehensive Testing

  • Functional Load Testing

  • Impact Testing

  • Compressive Load Testing


Splines and Sprockets

  • Involute Splines

  • Fillet Root Side Load Splines

  • Flat Root Stub Tooth Splines

  • Special Tooth Form Splines

  • Standard Chain and Belt Sprockets


Special Handling

  • AGMA Levels Maintained at Each Operation

  • Index Tables Used during Mold Operation
    (to Prevent Teeth from Hitting Each Other)

  • Gears Hand-Picked off the Oven

  • Layer, Roll or Tube Packaging Utilized to Protect Teeth during Shipping

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