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CYCLOIDAL Reducer – Customer FAQs

Q. How do motors interface with the TwinSpin reducers?
A. Standard motor interfaces permits direct keyed servo motor shafts that match standard reducer input bores to be directly plugged into the reducer. We offer a complete range of motor mounting flanges. Additional, we can accommodate non-standard motor shafts with input collets, extension shafts or zero backlash couplings.

Q. I need very low inertia and weight, will TwinSpin meet these needs?
A. Size for size, TwinSpin delivers a complete range of Cycloidal reducers from the smallest unit at 50 mm through largest 335 mm diameter. TwinSpin is a complete solution including dual cross-roller bearings and dual output flanges. Delivering the highest torque density of any of the reducers on the market.

Q. We are looking for the smallest sized unit available, is there a version of TwinSpin that’s available in a small package?
A. The TwinSpin TS050-M series is a complete solution in a compact 55 mm package. The TS050-M has 18 Nm of nominal torque and 36 Nm of acceleration torque, the compact high-speed input shaft arrangement also has lower input inertia for more dynamic responsiveness.

Q. What additional components, e.g. bearings output flanges, etc. will I need to integrate the TwinSpin into my application?
A. The short answer… nothing! All of the TwinSpin reducers are a complete solution, virtually plug and play.

Q. How is a non-standard motor shaft interfaced with the TwinSpin reducers?
A. TwinSpin reducers can accommodate non-standard motor shafts with an number of options, ranging from; input collets, extension shafts or zero backlash couplings. Custom solutions are also an option, to meet the demands of the application.

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