New, Low Cost Right Angled DC Gearmotor now available from MMP!

Midwest Motion Products Inc., with Manufacturing and Office Facilities now based in Howard Lake, Minnesota, is pleased to announce the release of the new "TM57-GRA52" Right Angled Gearmotor System. This new 1:1 Right Angled Gearbox allows for significantly increased versatility, and design whose geometry allows for the unit to be mounted in tight spaces.

In this unique design we employ our Standard Brushed or Brushless Motors, and Planetary Gearheads to complete the R/A Design, making the final assembly available with a ‘multitude' of output ratio options.

The drawing and photograph below is of a standard Brushed MMP-TM57 series motor, attached to one of our Standard Planetary Gearheads via our new R/A Gearbox design.

*Based on a 100 unit order, for the MMP D22-301 Series Motor, paired with a single stage output gearhead
We can provide a quote within 24 Hours, and samples are usually available within a 2-3 Day leadtime.
For further information, please contact:
Randy Cordes
Midwest Motion Products, Inc.
1000 Industries Circle
Howard Lake, MN. 55349

Ph. 320-490-7060 EXT. 205
Fx. 480-247-4096

www.midwestmotion.com
randy@midwestmotion.com

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