Heidelberg SM 74 parts

dzahnke

Member
Does anyone know a place that parts out older Heidelberg presses that are decommissioned? We have a SM-74 that has two large Gears in the last 2 units going into the Coater unit missing teeth from something that fell into the gears. The press is running but is sketchy and we wanted to see if we can find 2 new/used gears to have them replaced. Did a little surfing the Net with no luck. These are the Large gears that drive the cylinders about 24"-18" round 1.5" deep. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

chock

Well-known member
Hi sir;

I can supply, parts for Heidelberg, Polar, Stahl.

However need 1) serial number machine 2) model 3) parts number 4) delivery country for calculate Freight.

Blessing

superchock@yandex.com
Mobile+WhatsApp:+505 8861 1441

Managua, Nicaragua
 

dzahnke

Member
Looks like 5 gears in total. I have numbers for 3 right now. M2.505.870 / 53.005.280 / M4.005.870
Any idea on availability and prices.
 

dzahnke

Member
Model: SM74-5-P3+L
SN: 623697
6 GEARS: M4.511.280 / M2.505.870 / 53.005.280 / M4.005.870 (2x) / M2.011.870
OHIO, USA
 

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Does anyone know a place that parts out older Heidelberg presses that are decommissioned? We have a SM-74 that has two large Gears in the last 2 units going into the Coater unit missing teeth from something that fell into the gears. The press is running but is sketchy and we wanted to see if we can find 2 new/used gears to have them replaced. Did a little surfing the Net with no luck. These are the Large gears that drive the cylinders about 24"-18" round 1.5" deep. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Be aware these gears are often tolerance parts. There will be numbers on the gears stating what tolerance range they fall in. If the gears installed do not match this, the backlash will be incorrect and will cause more damage to the gear train.
 

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