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Wear Mechanisms of HSS Cutting Tools

1: Introduction Metal cutting puts extreme demands on the tool and tool material through conditions of high forces, high contact […]

Straight Bevel Gears on Phoenix Machines Using Coniflex Tools

Manufacturing of straight bevel gears was in the past only possible on specially dedicated mechanical machines. Such machines are by […]

Gaining the Edge in CBN Tool Performance

Users of “superhard” materials such as CBN (cubic boron nitride) in cutting tools commonly believe that chamfering — also known […]

A Novel Hob Design for Precision Involute Gears Part II

Abstract This paper is aimed at the development of a novel design of precision gear hob for the machining of […]

A Novel Hob Design for Precision Involute Gears Part I

Abstract This paper is aimed at the development of a novel design of precision gear hob for the machining of […]

Case Study: Conicity Technologies

With a reputation for manufacturing some of the strongest and quietest automobile axle assemblies, production at the Getrag Axle Plant […]

TWIN Blade–A Cut Above the Rest

All classic stick-blade cutting processes require a blade geometry that subordinates itself to the requirements of a positive rake angle–approximately […]

As the Worm Turns… Toward Rolling

Cylindrical die worm rolling is a proven high-speed process which can produce precise worms with excellent surface finish and high […]

Bladerunner 3F

In the past five years, dry-cutting technology has steadily moved to dominate production of automotive hypoid gearsets in the United […]

The Fundamentals of Face Driving

Ever-increasing demands on manufacturers to improve productivity and quality have led to the need for faster and more accurate machine […]

PVD Coatings for Improved Gear Production

Low-temperature Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) coatings show proven functionality, both in increasing the performance of cutting tools used to machine […]

The Whirling Process for Improved Worm Gears

Worm designs and manufacturing methods have changed very little over the past half century. Finishing a worm in soft material […]

Nachi’s Dry-Cutting Philosophy

As with all manufacturing processes, the focus remains on piece cost and workpiece quality. Piece cost is primarily composed of […]

Mira, Mira

Cost pressures, qualitative increases, and tribological and size-limiting demands are just four of the factors that have clearly characterized the […]

Reinventing the Wheels at Gleason Cutting Tools Corporation

Gear designers around the world are seeking to increase their use of hardened gears to squeeze optimum performance out of […]

High Performance Gear Cuts a Path to Stronger Bevel Gears

Faced with ever-increasing horsepower and torque requirements, in conjunction with size constraints, High Performance Gear (HPG) began investigating ways to […]

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