Covalo Industries offers competitive pricing with combined product quality on rack and pinion custom gears, custom carbon fiber parts, and gear reducers.
With extensive experience from the automotive and aerospace industry, Covalo Industries has become a premier source of affordable, lightweight gearbox reducers and custom gears. We bring you a product catalog of spur gears, bevel gears, rack and pinions and helical gears, machined from top industry alloys and carbon fiber reinforced polymers. 3D printing solutions have allowed us to produce significant price and weight reductions on custom carbon fiber parts and CNC machined parts, made custom ordered to your specifications.
What does Covalo Industries Offer?
Custom machined gears – rack and pinions, spur gears, helical gears, bevel gears, worm/worm wheels
Online product catalog – CNC machined parts and carbon fiber enforced 3D printed gears
Custom carbon fiber parts and molds
Gear box design to include full stress analysis, simulations and weight reductions
Custom carbon fiber gear reducer housings
CNC machined parts – grinding, turning, milling
Certifications and inspection data sheets as requested for materials and special processing
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