The "standard" swerve drive bevel gear - now with black oxide coating for superior performance.
As time passes and experience grows within the FRC community, previously complicated build techniques are becoming more and more commonplace. Coaxial swerve drives, once attempted by only the most elite of teams, are now a well documented and accessible solution. Most coaxial swerve drives utilize a bevel gear pair as part of their design. After surveying FRC teams, we found almost everyone is using the same gear.
This 15-tooth 12-DP bevel gear, with a 3/8” Hex bore, will drop perfectly into a custom designed coaxial swerve module (swerve module NOT included), or will work great for designers looking to transfer torque through a right-angle gearbox.
|Material Type||4140 Steel|
|Material Finish||Black Oxide|
|CAD Model||STEP File|
|Drawing||Interface Drawing: 217-3344 (15t Bevel Gear with 3/8" Hex Bore) (PDF)|