Bevel gears/sets

A bevel gear is a gear build. It is used to transfer rotating movements and torques.

Characteristic features are input and output shafts at an angle to each other, with drives having a shared intersection. The force transfer takes place through bevel gears.

The axis angle can be chosen as desired, but is usually only 90°.

Areas of use:

  • general mechanical engineering and plant construction
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Tooth types:

  • straight
  • diagonal

Execution types:

  • beaten
  • hardened


  • tempering steels
  • operational steels
  • bronzes
  • GG and GGG
  • plastics
  • hard fabrics


  • 1 to 10


  • up to Ø 600 mm