For nearly 50 years, Artec Machine Systems has been trusted for engineering design, parts, field repair, and maintenance of all types of heavy gear systems.
Proper control of heat treat distortion is of key importance to reduce production costs in gear manufacturing.
Metrologists take on new, frequent challenges
for quality control.
Several methods are available to face the difficulties presented by today’s thin-walled parts.
Precision grinding on the Haas Multigrind® increases surface quality and component accuracy.
Coating can play a critical role in the prevention of wear or corrosion, so it’s important that coating thickness is measured in a quick and economical way to ensure efficiency.
Before an optimum clamping solution can be defined, many requirements of the workpieces, type, machine frequency, and process-change integration must be properly addressed.
NORD Gear Corporation markets and produces a complete product line of mechanical and electrical drive components including quality gear reducers, electric motors, AC Vector drives, and distributed drive technology.
Highlighting merits of the two-probe index inspection method for large gears with a cursory review of the single-probe pitch inspection methodology, breakdown of tooth index characteristics, and a cross-reference of the single- and two-probe inspection methods.
New Chamfer Hobbing adds a highly desirable process to the integrated hobbing and chamfering options now available to gear manufacturers — just in time for eDrives.
Although it started out manufacturing precision power chucks, Stace-Allen Chucks has expanded into workholding – designing and manufacturing custom solutions to meet its customers’ demands.
Gears machined from forged billet and as-received bar develop tensile residual stress in the core of the gear following full heat treatment.
Experts with Norton | Saint-Gobain Abrasives discuss the challenges of gear grinding and how advances in technology are improving the efficiency of grinding methods.
Gear scientists, gear engineers, and gear manufacturers have worked successfully for many decades on finding the optimal flank forms and the optimal non-conjugate flank surface interaction.
With a history that dates back more than century, Weiler Abrasives has become a global market leader in abrasives, delivering innovative solutions to customers in targeted end markets.
High static friction is important for improving safety and reducing costs.
New Gleason hydraulic workholding solutions are becoming an attractive alternative to traditional mechanical systems in an increasingly wide range of gear-manufacturing applications.
With hand deburring, consistent quality and steady volume are vital concerns.
When it comes to broaching, General Broach Company is able to find the best machine and best tool design to fit the customer’s need.
Moisture, temperature, viscosity, filtration, and base oil are some of the factors that need to be considered.
The BMS Dual-Drive is an electromechanically powered, table-up vertical broaching machine for all types of internal broaching applications.
High torque retention knobs are a vital anchor for safety between machine and spindle for high-RPM mills.
Marposs has become a global leader for the supply of high-precision equipment for inspection, measurement, and control in the production environment.
The application of non-contact metrology allows a very fast collection of points on the measured gear-tooth surfaces with data rates that can be as high as millions of points per second — this new technology provides a wealth of information on gear geometry.
To improve the accuracy and performance of gears that operate on crossing axes of rotation, gears should be designed so they align to the three fundamental laws of gearing.
After 70 years, Precision Gage Company brings quality gear inspection to the industry, whether it be dimension-over-wires gages or fully-automated dual-flank composite test systems.
Magnetic Barkhausen Noise as an Alternative to Nital Etch for the Detection of Grind Temper on Gears
MBN is quantitative, repeatable, non-destructive, and it is easily automated, thus removing operator influence as a variable.
Newly developed high-strength steel for car powertrain and transmission components includes three grades – knowing the difference will help you meet your quality goals.
The Contact Stylus Profilometer provides a pragmatic, accurate and reproducible tooth flank roughness measurement.