Alright these gears seem to be working great for me at the moment. I really should be pushing my machine to test them but currently I do not have time or money to be wasting on tests so I have to machine usable stuff and test at the same time. I guess I should add I'm also learning the machine trade.
A lot of what I know comes from this forum and its users posts and most from friends. I do not claim to be a machinist so if I say or do something wrong please don't tear me a new one, just let me know.
Yesterday I made this backplate for my fourth axis. With the stock pulleys this probably would've taken me hours and busted a tool if I pushed it. There are three separate operations the longest which took 26 min. It feels good to finally make something without stalling my stock gears which usually lead to a catastrophic failure which steeped the already steep learning curve.
I've always thought that the weakest link in the system was the V-belt and I never really understood why they use V-belts over cog gears. I'm sure someone here give me some insight.
Again I'm not a machinist and I apologize for my grammar.