This gearbox is designed to take one or two AndyMark RedLine Motors (am-3775) and combine them to give you a total package of about the same output speed, size and weight of one CIM motor, but with almost 700 watts of power! Use this anywhere you would use a CIM with its identical output shaft and mounting geometry. Please note, this gearbox is louder than most due to the open case and and extreamly fast spinning gears.
This version ships unassembled with hardware to attach one or two AndyMark 775 RedLine Motors, am-3775. Build it yourself with just 4 screws and an arbor press to install the pinion gears onto the motors, and bearings (and optional CIM boss) into the plates. Want the pinions for this gearbox pre-installed on your motors? We have that too! Just note if you get motors with pre-installed pinions you'll have two pinions left over.
Need to save even more time? We have the entire DeCIMate, assembled with two RedLine Motors available as am-3745.
All AndyMark gearboxes require grease for proper operation and long life. We suggest using our Red Tacky Grease, am-2768. We also encourage that the user powers the gearbox continuously for 30 minutes without grease to allow the gear teeth to wear in. While we do design with short run times in mind, this 'run in' period for smooth gearbox operation, is recommended. For this gearbox some tape over the front vent holes of the motors during the run-in is recommended to prevent metal dust from getting inside the motor. Once this is completed, thoroughly grease the gear teeth periodically to ensure smooth operation.
- Weight: 0.45 Pounds
- Overall Dimensions:
- Length of Gearbox: 2.7 in.
- Length with Motors Installed: 5.665 in.
- Maximum Diameter: 3.531 in.
- Output Geometry:
- Shaft Length: 1.40 in.
- Shaft Diameter: 8mm with 2mm Keyway
- Mounting Features:
- 4x 10-32 threaded holes on a 2 in. bolt circle
- Gear Specs:
- Overall Gear Ratio: 3.75:1
- Pitch: 32DP
- Material: Steel
- Theoretical Output Speed: 5239 RPM*
- Theoretical Stall Torque: 4.7 N-m*
*Specifications are theoretical with two
AndyMark RedLine Motors