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phase shifting gearbox

phase shifting gearbox

phase shifting gearbox

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Looking for information / suppliers of phase shifting gearboxes

RE: phase shifting gearbox

This may be too late to be of any help but I recall that Andandex USA Inc.
manufactures phase shifting gearboxes.
 They are located at 1705 Valley Road, Ocean Township, NJ 07712
Their telephone number is 908 493 2812

Ciao

RE: phase shifting gearbox

You could use a planetary gearbox (or any gearbox with in-line shafts, but a planetary is balanced) and turn the housing as needed.  Mounting would be the question, and holding the housing in position.

Another manufacturer of phase shifting mechanisms is Candy, in Chicago.

Windward

RE: phase shifting gearbox

If you don't need too much force, electronic solution may be cheaper.

<nbucska@pcperipherals.com>

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