The 57 Sport is the latest innovation in high performance planetary gearboxes from BaneBots and AndyMark. The 57 Sport features numerous improvements over previous planetary gearboxes used on FIRST Robotics Competition robots.
AndyMark and BaneBots are so confident in the strength and reliability of this line of gearboxes that we guarantee that they won't fail you when it matters most. Due to the size and quality of these American made, cold formed, steel gears in addition to the specifically selected available ratios, we are confident in guaranteeing these gearboxes will not fail in competition.*
The cold formed steel gears inside this gearbox are a 0.7 Module tooth profile which is 40% larger than the vast majority of planetary gearbox gears previously used on competition robots. The gears are larger, but the housing's size has been optimized to reduce any unnecessary material. This means you get more reliability without sacrificing precious space. This housing is also one solid piece of aluminium, ensuring that there is no possibility for misalignment of the stages during assembly or during the rigors of match play.
Three stage versions of these gearboxes also feature an "HD" stage, with gears approximately double the face width of the other stages as well as a strengthened carrier plate. These larger gears on the output stage ensure that it will handle heavy or cantilevered loads without worry. The carrier plates are made of hardened 4140 steel and interface to the output shaft with a robust hex bore.
A free packet of red tacky grease (am-2768) is included with every gearbox purchased. This grease must be used to coat every internal surface of the gearbox before use.
The 57 Sport includes mounting hardware for any 500 or 700 series motor including the AndyMark RedLine, the VexPro 775pro, the AndyMark RS775-5, the BaneBots RS775, the AndyMark 9015**, the BaneBots RS550, and the AndyMark NeveRest Motor. To install one of these motors, first remove any included pinion from the motor and press on the included pinion gear using an arbor press or bench vice. This press fit ensures a solid mechanical connection between the pinion gear and the motor. This pinion assembly is not susceptible to vibration and never needs to be checked once installed. All ratios of the 57 Sport Gearboxes use a 4:1 input stage, with the same tooth count pinion, so motors and gearboxes can be switched out with ease.
|am-3658||4:1 with 1/2 in. Hex Output (am-3658)||0.71||2.615 in.||355.16||4912.25|
|am-3754||16:1 with 1/2 in. Hex Output (am-3754)||0.88||3.415 in.||1420.66||1228.06|
|am-3755||20:1 with 1/2 in. Hex Output (am-3755)||0.88||3.415 in.||1775.82||982.45|
|am-3756||64:1 with 1/2 in. Hex Output (am-3756)||1.27||4.165 in.||5682.62||307.02|
|am-3757||80:1 with 1/2 in. Hex Output (am-3757)||1.27||4.165 in.||7103.28||245.61|
|am-3758||100:1 with 1/2 in. Hex Output (am-3758)||1.27||4.165 in.||8879.10||196.49|
Common Physical Specifications:
Four 10-32 Tapped holes on a 1/2 in. by 1 in. or 1 in. square grid, on two faces
- 0.5 in. Hex Profile
- 1.0 in. Length
*When paired with one of the above listed motors they were designed for and powered through an FRC legal control system during a competition. If you do experience a failure under these conditions, with an unmodified, properly greased gearbox, please let us know by emailing documentation to email@example.com and we will gladly send out a replacement or a store credit. Modifications include but are not limited to using optional accessories that require disassembly of the gearbox and are not identical replacement parts.
**The shaft of the 9015 will need to be trimmed after the pinion is pressed on using a cut off wheel, hacksaw, or bench grinder.
***Theoretical maximum values when paired with an AndyMark 775 RedLine Motor (am-3775)