Boston helical gears are stocked both right and left hand, made with a 45Â° helix angle. They are designed to transmit motion and power between nonintersecting shafts which are positioned either parallel (opposing hand) or at 90Â° to each other (same hand). Because these gears are top-hobbed, there is extremely close concentricity between the pitch diameter and the outside diameter.
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