Gear System


Gear System

Redefining Torque Transfer


Reflex® injection molded gears create a new drivetrain for the future of lightweight workplace robots, delivering high performance and accessible value for new markets and applications.

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Near Zero Backlash

For robots under 15kg, the Reflex® gear opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for the robot designer. Reflex® gear systems significantly reduce weight and enable a new generation of useful robots to be made entirely from plastic. The unique centre output eliminates the need for a cantilevered design, adding stiffness to the robot frame and reducing the swept volume of the robot during motion.

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Statement on COVID-19

Genesis Robotics and Motion Technologies is committed to the health and safety of all our employees, their families, and our communities during these challenging times.

We have instituted work-from-home capabilities for the majority of our team and taken stringent measures for our team members on-site. These include enhanced cleaning/sanitation procedures, physical distancing, PPE, personnel location scheduling and updated working alone procedures. We have also instituted rigorous sanitization measures for production and delivery of our products to our partners and customers worldwide.

In addition, we would like to give a special thank you to the health care and front line workers who continue to protect and inspire us every day during this difficult time. We continue to support you and our global communities and know we will get through this together.

Chris Di Lello

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