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April 22-27, 2017
ISRI 2017
New Orleans, LA

April 23-26, 2017
GCA 2017
Galveston, TX

April 24-28, 2017
Hannover Messe 2017
Hannover, Germany

Custom Reducer

05 July 2016

Single-Leaf Bascule Lift Bridge Fort St Bridge

Nuttall Gear Custom Heavy-Duty Speed Reducers for Single-Leaf Bascule Lift Bridge

Originally built in 1922, the Fort Street fixed-trunnion bascule bridge in Detroit, Michigan allows large cargo ships to travel the Rouge River while transporting material to the nearby Ford Motor plant. The double-leaf bascule design utilized below-deck counterweights to raise and lower the two roadway leaf/sections.

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31 March 2016

Drilling Rig Drawworks Brakes and Reducers

LI-SSB Brakes & Custom Reducers for Drilling Rig Drawworks

A major drawworks OEM needed reliable powertrain components for a new series of gear-driven AC drawworks used on land-based drilling rigs. The units are designed for operational efficiency with less weight, a compact footprint and reduced noise and vibration.

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10 September 2015

Automated Theater Seating System

Boston Gear Custom 700 Series Speed Reducers for Automated Theater Seating System

Gala Systems, a world leader of understage equipment and flexible venue solutions, needed reliable speed reducers for use in the transformational seating system installed at the 1759-seat, world-class Tobin Center for the Performing Arts in San Antonio, Texas.

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15 June 2015

MRAP Vehicle Camera Positioning System

Boston Gear Custom Compact Speed Reducer for MRAP Vehicle Camera Positioning System

A leading defense technology contractor needed a durable gearbox for an imaging system used on U.S. military combat and tactical vehicles including Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) trucks.

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08 January 2015

Single Leaf Bascule Lift Bridge for Two Rivers

Nuttall Gear Custom Reducer for Single Leaf Bascule Lift Bridge

The 17th Street double leaf bascule lift bridge in Two Rivers, Wisconsin has been in operation since 1949, allowing the local commercial fishing fleet access to Lake Michigan via the East Twin River.

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