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Root cause for noise excitation in geometrically-accurate (perfect) parallel-axes gearing

Gears are extensively used to transmit a rotation from a driving shaft to a driven shaft. Depending on the gear […]

Filling Some Gaps in Spline Design Guidelines: Centering, Friction, and Misalignment

International spline standards such as ISO 4156, ISO 14, ANSI B92.2, and SAE J499a have detailed definition of two-dimensional spline […]

Is anyone printing gears using metal additive manufacturing?

The AGMA Emerging Technology Committee wanted to look at additive manufacturing through the lens of the goal of the committee: […]

Designing Gears Through the Years

In the past 50 years, we’ve certainly come a long way in terms of our gear design and problem-solving capabilities. […]

What to Know About ISO

There comes a time when every manufacturer should consider attaining ISO certification. Not only can it lead to greater market […]

AGMA: The Industry’s International Advocate

Editor’s note: In this special feature I’ve decided to depart from our usual format and allow Joe Franklin to speak […]

The Advent of OptiGearing

Introduction A 25 to 35 percent increase in power density and a markedly lower operating noise are two major performance […]

Determining the Source of Gear Whine Noise

Gear whine noise, particularly in consumer products such as motor vehicles and appliances, is an important and annoying problem. This […]

Harnessing the Internet for Sizzling Service

In 1998, the Philadelphia Gear Corporation–a century-old gearing and power transmission manufacturer–conducted a business evaluation of its operations to determine […]

Inside The ISO Certification Process

Avon Gear Company commenced operations in 1974. The company started as a gear manufacturer in a 10,000 square-foot facility in […]

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