Our facilities include hobbing, milling and cnc milling of gears and worms especially very small ones up to 2 inches or 50mmm diameter.
We can make the awkward small gears others turn away.
We have developed our own 5 axis CNC machine to mill specials.
Winding Wheel for a German clock movement.
100 tooth ratchet wheel (16mm dia) and spur gear for a prototype medical application.
100 tooth ratchet wheel and driven gear for a prototype medical application.
10 tooth pinion blank 1.95mm od 1.06mm shaft.
Stick of winding wheels ready for parting off after hobbing.
Worm and wheel made to repair an old fairground amusement machine.
Verge escape wheel for a clock.
Selection of pinion blanks for clocks for later finishing (can be supplied for the customer to finish).
Escape wheels for Longcase clocks (Crossing out and mounting extra).
Replacement worm cnc cut for a Merlin clock (original above).
Bevel gear made for a model hand drill 12mm OD.
Small wheel and pinion made for an epicyclic winding mechanism for a clock.
Wheel cnc cut for the Merlin clock.
Wheels and pinion blanks after the hobbing stage made to replace plastic gears which break in a servo application on a racing motorcycle.
Finished wheels and pinions.
Finished wheel and pinion fitted to the servo.
Screw cut worm for a clock winding mechanism and below a prototype milled 3mm dia 9 tooth device to customers drawing.
Sprocket and shaft replacement for a turn of the century tricycle using a special chain type.
Fitted rear sprocket on the same tricycle.
Musical box movement with fitted replacement intermediate gear and pinion (about 12mm od 1mm thick .2 module).
CNC fly cutting a verge escape wheel on its arbor (this is the steel worm above for the Merlin clock). It rotates the wheel during the cut in order to undercut the shape correctly as it is an unusual deadbeat escapement.