The 1B9 and 1C9 Series of fine-pitch, extruded-brass, and steel-pinion wire eliminates intricate gear-hobbing or grinding operations to enable production quantities of small gears. The wire is available in 64, 48, 24, and 32 pitch and in both 20- and 14 1/2-degree pressure angles. Applications for small gears include business machines, computer input/output devices, and instrumentation.
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