The Illinois-based Custom Gear's manufacturing process was designed to maximize efficiency without sacrificing quality, and their focus is simple: Making high-class gears.
Plastic gears are now being used in drives of higher power and higher precision than in the past.
How "Costing" Costs Gear Manufacturing Companies Money.
What is Cpk & Ppk—really? How do you appropriately use these statistics to measure and improve your process? What do they really mean?
Started in 1972, All Metals & Forge Group focuses on cost savings, reduced waste, and less machining time for its clients.
Fast-growing California-based Comco is developing new processes for precision performance.
GearTec, Inc. expands capabilities to better respond to customer needs for gearing solutions.
Lee's Enterprise turns, mills, grinds and cuts gears in-house to control all processes for quality control and customer service.
Gear manufacturers find that furnaces heated by electric elements routinely harden, anneal and stress relieve gears, while reducing thermal processing costs.
Forest City Gear continues to excel at producing world-class gears after 50 years at its Illinois facility.
Highly productive cutter heads with new clamp blocks allow movement of the blades axially for higher productivity and enhanced production stability.
Gear calculations can be determined using Excel Circular Referencing, but users should know how to form correct equations and the limits of input for the equation yield to obtain correct results.
The very best surgeons perform the most difficult procedures—those requiring extreme skill, precision, deftness and experience. The same is true of the very best gear makers—they gravitate toward the most difficult jobs—those requiring the very best technology, extreme skill, precision and experience.
Company offers heat-treating processes from single parts to large volume orders from 40-foot vessels to small bleeder screws to deliver the best service possible to customers.
Hardness testing can be one of the hardest tests to do properly because of differences in metal microstructure.
A Gage R&R study is used to quantify the inherent variation of all components compromising the measurement system selected for a task.
In this paper, the concept of an Epicyclic Load Sharing Map (ELSM) will be explained. The ELSM is a physics-based tool that is derived from a physical explanation of the load-sharing phenomenon.
Specializing in no bake, green sand, and grey iron ductile castings. Willman Industries Inc., is a full-service jobbing foundry that offers design, patternmaking, heat-treating, and machining.
Surface distress in industrial applications is a phenomenon associated with poor lubrication and other mechanical aspects that generate high local friction and stress.
Surface distress in industrial applications is a phenomenon associated with poor lubrication that generates high local friction and stress.
Algorithms present all possible solutions to help designers decide what is the best gear modification.
This company provides a one-stop powertrain solution from gear and system designs to transmission assembly and performance testing.
Different high-performance gear oils were examined on an FZG back-to-back gear test rig to determine if changeover to these high-performance gear oils could stop micropitting formation which occurred with other industrial gear oils. The test results showed that high-performance gear oils using advanced additive technologies can react at the surface of the tooth flanks after an oil change and stop further micropittingformation. The micropitting area stagnates.
A recent expansion and investment in a precision gear inspection system is helping this Wisconsin company meet customer needs for high quality, fast delivery, and quality control.
The safety factor against micropitting can be improved through micro geometry optimization by using profile modifications.
Since 1962 this company has been a family affair, earning its reputation as a trusted supplier to its many loyal customers.
QUICKPOINT grinding machines from JUNKER allow end users to streamline production and increase productivity.
Self-locking gears prevent backdriving and inertial driving, and they may find applications in a wide variety of industries.
A report on new possibilities in the process design and analysis of continuous generating gear grinding.
Embracing robotic technology—and involving local college students in designing the cells—this company is a resource for its customers and the surrounding community.
A premier provider of workholding solutions, HAINBUCH can minimize your production challenges while increasing profitability.
As demands for quality and efficiency increase, Sandvik Coromant responds with new designs, materials, and tooling for enhanced gear milling productivity.
The SpeedCore material for cutting tools developed by LMT Fette provides longer service life and increased production capacities.
Specializing in machine vision and high-resolution digital video recorders, this company has developed technologies leading to inspections with 100-percent accuracy.
Want to double the life of your broaching tools? In this article the "Broachman" encourages you to consider CNC re-sharpening to drastically increase the return on your tooling investment.
The Gleason GBX is a highly accurate CNC-controlled metrology device that is an integral unit with the blade mathematical software (GEMS) and control software.
A longtime industry leader in producing oils and additives to protect gears in automotive transmissions, LIQUI MOLY rises to the challenge of industrial applications as well.
Based on a rock-solid design created more than eight decades ago, this company provides dependable devices for a vast array of gaging applications.
Conducted properly, and by a knowledgeable professional, cryogenic processing alters material characteristics to increase strength, life, and reliability.
Convoloid gear system designs reduce the size and weight of a wide variety of gear drives compared to their involute counterparts, leading to significant economic gains.
By measuring the helix angle, the author—and founder of the Ohio State University Gearlab—studied its effects on root stresses in helical gears.
In terms of both knowledge and capabilities, this company is known for doing whatever it takes to find solutions to its customer's most-complex problems.
Advanced simulation techniques from Romax Technology eliminate gear whine problems in automatic transmissions.
Power losses and inertia matching affect the efficiency of linear drives, slowing motion and increasing unnecessary wear. Wittenstein provides an in-depth examination.
QuesTek Innovations and Solar Atmospheres explain the manufacturing and processing of a new class of vacuum-carburized gear steels with very high hardenability.