GAM Gear publishes product Brochure
July 15, 2013 – GAM Gear, a manufacturer of precision gear reducers, servo couplings, and linear mounting kits (products designed to simplify mounting to linear actuators), release its 2013 GAM product range brochure.
With eleven gear reducer styles, twenty four coupling styles, and linear mounting kits, GAM has one of the largest product offerings in the motion control industry. All of GAM’s products are arranged in the brochure by category, performance level, and application type which makes it easy to find the right product quickly. “The product range brochure does a great job of showcasing our product breadth.” said Craig Van den Avont, President of GAM Gear.
A new product introduced in the brochure is the DL-DC which is a new output configuration for the Dyna-Lite series gearbox. The DL-DC features a hollow output shaft and unique clamping element that allows for direct connection to linear actuators. “The DL-DC is a great example of our flexibility and engineering capabilities,” added Van den Avont, “We listen to our customers’ requests and are able develop innovative products that address their machine design challenges.”
About GAM Gear
GAM is your complete source for Gear Reducers, Servo Couplings, Linear Mounting Kits, and other innovative products used in automation technology. With one of the largest product offerings in the motion control industry as well as the engineering expertise and capabilities to develop customized solutions, GAM can help with your application. Being flexible to meet the needs of customer requests and great service are what set them apart from the rest.
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