Cleveland Gear Company has specialized in worm gear technology including industrial gears, bevel gears, helical gears, worm gears, and precision gears since 1912. You will find that our speed reducers have uncompromising quality. We will fulfill your exact requirements and that is what continues to make Cleveland Gear one of the top manufactures of gears. In 1980, we joined a network of worldwide companies, collectively named Industrial Manufacturing Company (IMC), all committed to excellence in their industries. Our strong foundation is rooted in our leadership and longevity in the gear industry. We continuously strive to improve operations and custom design our products to meet our customer’s requirements.
In the 1960s, Samuel T. Haines founded Gear Motions, Inc. We began as multiple gear manufacturing companies: Nixon Gear in Syracuse, NY; Oliver Gear/Pro-Gear in Buffalo, NY and Niagara Gear in Buffalo, NY. Together we are the leading precision gear manufacturer of both ground and cut gears. We continue to grow and evolve to better meet the needs of our customers and the industry. Our finished gears are high quality and a lot of time and engineering expertise goes into creating the finished product.
Gears With over a century of experience, The Adams Company has established themselves an outstanding reputation for quality custom gear and shaft production. We continue to outmatch the competition, whether it is from our original designing and manufacturing hobbing equipment
If you take apart a watch, usually the kind with a face and hands that is, inside you will see all kind of parts. The most noticeable of these parts is most likely the gear, and that is because the gears are usually the largest part of the inner workings of a watch. The gear is a round, metal, ring of sorts with teeth that are designed to fit together with other similarly engineered metal parts. How the gears are placed inside of the machine will depend on their intended function. The gears will rotate one another in order to perform some task. In the case of a watch the gears may lie next to each other and their rotations will help the hands of the watch move.