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INGCO S-AG-BSG-AG26008-SP14/24, Big and Small Gear
INGCO S-AG-BSG-AG26008-SP14/24, Big and Small Gear

INGCO S-AG-BSG-AG26008-SP14/24, Big and Small Gear

INGCO S-AG-BSG-AG26008-SP14/24, Big and Small Gear

INGCO S-AG-BSG-AG26008-SP14/24, Big and Small Gear

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An angle grinder utilizes a set of bevel gears to transfer power from the motor shaft to the grinding wheel shaft. Here are the key components:

  • Motor Shaft Gear: This gear is directly attached to the motor shaft and spins at the motor’s speed. It’s typically a smaller gear.
  • Spindle Gear: This gear is located on the grinding wheel shaft and meshes with the motor shaft gear. It’s usually a larger gear due to the gear ratio.
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INGCO S-AG-BSG-AG26008-SP14/24, Big and Small Gear( S-AG-BSG-AG26008-SP14/24)

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In an angle grinder, there aren’t typically “big” and “small” gears in the traditional sense. However, there is a gear system that plays a crucial role in transmitting power from the motor to the grinding wheel. Here’s a breakdown of the typical gear setup in an angle grinder:

Gear System:

An angle grinder utilizes a set of bevel gears to transfer power from the motor shaft to the grinding wheel shaft. Here are the key components:

  • Motor Shaft Gear: This gear is directly attached to the motor shaft and spins at the motor’s speed. It’s typically a smaller gear.
  • Spindle Gear: This gear is located on the grinding wheel shaft and meshes with the motor shaft gear. It’s usually a larger gear due to the gear ratio.

Gear Ratio:

The gear ratio refers to the relationship between the number of teeth on the motor shaft gear and the number of teeth on the spindle gear. Here’s how it works:

  • Higher Gear Ratio (Larger Spindle Gear): If the spindle gear has more teeth than the motor shaft gear, it creates a gear reduction. This reduces the rotational speed of the grinding wheel at the output (spindle) compared to the motor’s speed (input). However, it increases the torque (rotational force) available at the grinding wheel. This setup is suitable for heavy-duty grinding tasks that require more force.
  • Lower Gear Ratio (Smaller Spindle Gear or Equal Teeth): If the spindle gear has fewer teeth than the motor shaft gear, or they have the same number of teeth, there’s minimal or no gear reduction. This translates to a grinding wheel that spins closer to the motor’s speed, offering higher rotational speed for tasks like cutting or polishing that benefit from faster wheel movement.

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