High torque motors are virtually just a regular, internally commutated brushless DC Motors mounted with extra gear mechanism on top, to either increase the torque or to reduce the RPM (Transmission Chain Revolutions per minute). These DC motors are silent effective and can be utilized in a number of hobbyist and industrial application.
Reducing the RPM while maintaining high torque might require adding up more technical gear mechanism therefore the cost of these High torque DC motors mostly depends on the RPM, torque and quality of the motors.The motor shaft from the bottom electric motor though a transmission connects the tiny gear box fixed at its front portion, which in turn generates the necessary torque while keeping the RPM low, the entire gears and gear heads are doped with thick viscous grease lubricant.

These High torque Motors come on various RPM’s such as for example, 5 RPM, 10 RPM, 100 RPM, 300 RPM, 1000 RPM and so forth. The expense of these geared motors is based on the RPM, usually lower RPM costs a lot more than those of higher RPM.
High torque and low rpm DC motors are well suited for robotic and hobby applications, thought the size of the motor is a matter of concern since it is quiet large in size because of additional equipment box but still it would save the trouble and cost of adding exterior gears to the assembly of robots where just the regular DC motors wouldn’t prosper. The High Torque, Low RPM DC motors comes with inbuilt gearbox mechanism providing necessary torque for your robotic application. Hence these motors will be the the majority of favorable choice for the hobbyist robotic projects and tutorials posted right here.