A gearbox is a mechanical device used to transmit power from one rotating shaft to another, often changing the speed and torque of the output. It consists of a series of gears or cogs that mesh together, and can be used to increase or decrease the speed of rotation, as well as change the direction of rotation.

Gearboxes are used in a wide variety of applications, including automobiles, industrial machinery, and wind turbines. They can be manual or automatic, and can have a wide range of gear ratios to suit different needs. They are typically designed to be highly efficient and durable, with minimal friction and wear.

Some common types of gearboxes include spur gearboxes, helical gearboxes, bevel gearboxes, and worm gearboxes. The choice of gearbox depends on the specific application, as well as factors such as the required speed and torque, the size and weight of the machinery, and the available power source.

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