What is the difference between pinion and gear

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  • Apr 30th, 2015

between two mating gears the smaller one is called a pinion and the larger one is called gear

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Kassim Zwendebe

  • May 15th, 2015

What the different between oring and seal?

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  • Jun 13th, 2015

Pinon is much small than gear.

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  • Jun 29th, 2015

Gear is the driver & Pinion is the driven element.

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suraj kumar prajapati

  • Aug 5th, 2015

Pinion and Gear

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  • Sep 17th, 2015

Gear is a driver because number of teeth on gear is higher than pinion teeth.

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k srinivasan

  • Jan 7th, 2016

The Pinion is the power transmitter and the gear wheel is the receiver where we will get the speed reduction

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Aman sagar

  • Jan 14th, 2016

Gear is the driver and pinion is the driven element.

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  • Aug 11th, 2016

Pinion is gear but it is too smaller than gear.
Gear is a driver and Pinion is driven.

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jawed akhter

  • Sep 1st, 2016

Pinion is always input shaft and gearwheel is driven through pinion so gearwheel shaft is called output of the Gear.

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Carlos Dominguez

  • Oct 11th, 2016

In a reduction gear, the smaller high speed pinion is the driver while the larger gear is the driven. Correct me if Im wrong.

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Ankit Chaurasia

  • Feb 7th, 2017

Gear: It generates the power.
Pinion: It distributes the power.

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  • Feb 22nd, 2017

Pinion is smaller in diameter whereas gear has larger diameter. If we give power to the pinion and treat it as driver when both are engaged then speed will be reduced.

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Er. Sudheer kr yadav

  • Jun 10th, 2017

Gear is larger diameter where as pinion is smaller diameter & gear is driver and pinion is driven element.

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