New High Precision Gear Reducers from GAM Gear

Designed to maintain the high quality associated with GAM products

The GAM EPL inline planetary gearbox is widely known as the best value on the market because it offers the best quality available for the price point. We've added some features that make it an even better value and unequaled in its class and ideal for most servo applications.


Designed to maintain the high quality associated with GAM products, the Economy Series was engineered to provide a high-quality, low-cost gearing solution for less demanding servo applications. The EPL series consists of a variety of configurations to meet the requirements of many applications.

• Precision gears
• Low backlash
• Fixed input with radial clamping ring makes for quick and easy mounting to metric or English motors
• Many customizations available
Features include:
• Ideal for less demanding servo applications
• Lightweight
• Fixed input with radial clamping ring for quick and easy mounting to motor
• Ratios 3:1 to 1000:1
• Frame sizes 40 mm - 150 mm and NEMA 17 to 56

Click on the link below for more information on the EPL Series Gear Reducers from GAM-
https://www.servo2go.com/product.php?ID=101438&cat

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