Timing Belt - XL (per foot)

These are resistant XL sized timing belts that fit snug inside of the Actobotics timing pulleys. Each belt is made out of neoprene with fiberglass cords running its length to provide a fair ammount of strength and durability. The timing belts have a width of 3/8", a length of 12", and a 1/5P.

Note: This belt is sold by the foot in custom lengths. No returns will be accepted for custom cut lengths.

  • Length - 12"
  • Width - 3/8"
  • Pitch - 1/5


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  • Member #587765 / about 10 years ago / 2

    I request that they be 1 continuous strip (2 feet as opposed to 2 x 1 foot lengths.)

  • Member #432970 / about 9 years ago / 1

    Excuse me but i cannot understand properly, buying one of these (1) i get 1 feet long belt? so if i need 1 meter of belt i need to buy 3? thanks

  • Member #581493 / about 9 years ago / 1

    Hello i need 10x Timing Belts width a lenght of 63". should i also enter in the form auqntity 53?

    • M-Short / about 9 years ago / 1

      Please email customerservice@sparkfun.com. With requests like these we want to make sure that you don't end up with a weird useless length because we had to switch rolls or something. They should be able to help you out.

  • Mhmt / about 10 years ago / 1

    Is the belt sold in a continuous piece in foot increments of in separate foot pieces? Say I order 3 foot, will it be one long piece or 3 foot section pieces?

  • bluerock2 / about 10 years ago / 1

    must be still asleep. Im guessing you use the Timing Belt Mount, to do that, as most of the time you would mount something on there. Do these clear going over a pulley?

    • The Timing Belt Mount is not designed to make a seamless belt. This cut length belt is for use in making sliders and non-continuous motion. If you need a larger selection of continuous belts check www.sdp-si.com

  • bluerock2 / about 10 years ago / 1

    How do you attach ends to make a loop?

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