Picobox Gearboxes and Parts

Gearbox Types


Expanding my NeveRest Options

NeveRests can face mount to a lot of places! You want to mount them somewhere else you say? You want to combine the power of two NeveRests in to one output? Have we piqued your interest?

Orbital vs. Classic

LEO, MEO, and GEO PicoBoxes will attach and expand the capabilities of your Orbital NeveRests. This is all the NeveRests expect 40:1 and 60:1.
Solo, Uno, and Duo PixoBoxes attach to and expand options for Classic NeveRests. This includes just 40:1 and 60:1 options.

NeveRests have two mounting patterns. Orbital NeveRests have a circular bolt circle, concentric to the motor shaft. Classics? Not so much. Knowing how to attach NeveRests is easy. Orbital NeveRests mount up to gearboxes named after Earth-centered Orbit patterns, like where satellites for Skynet live.

Additional Ratios

Expand the possible ratios of your NeveRests through a PicoBox. PicoBox gearboxes come with 35, 40, and 45 Tooth gears allowing you to adjust your final output up by 1:1.28 or down by 1:0.78. How many options is that?


Which Pico Where

LEO and Solo PicoBoxes are used to mount NeveRests securely to structure and support a motion item like a pulley or sprocket. Useful for intakes and shooters.

MEO and UNO PixoBoxes are used to provide additional ratio changes to a NeveRest ratio AND give more mounting options.

GEO and DUO are used to combine two separate NeveRests into one shared output. Most often used for drive trains.

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