Whether you’re in the market for drive system design assistance or skilled maintenance and training services, this company has solutions to the challenges you face.
Plastic gears can provide a high-torque, high-speed, cost-effective solution for a host of demanding applications, according to the experts at Kleiss Gears.
The following technical paper from Gleason describes the Cyclocut process for advanced cutting, skiving, and semi-completing of bevel gears in low quantities.
Comparatively simple grippers are used in an increasing number of applications where various part sizes have to be handled quickly and processed reliably. SCHUNK explains.
With a history of innovation going back nearly seven decades, this company continues to create leading-edge toolholding and workholding devices.
A global entity, this company’s U.S. operations are playing an important role in the rebirth of American manufacturing, leading the way in thermal processing technologies.
With a vast portfolio of coordinate measuring brands and machines, this company can meet the requirements of the most demanding applications.
Using Siemens’ CNC technology on advanced machine tools helps Forest City Gear remain an industry leader worldwide.
Gear-cutting and finishing solutions from a single source simplify process planning and open up far-reaching synergies. Gleason explains how.
For remanufactured Fellows gear shapers—including CNC controls, user-friendly software, and custom accessories—call the man with hands-on experience.
The following technical paper examines the effect of cryogenic treatment on the impact behavior of case-carburized En 353 steel.
A new tooling concept from Sandvik Coromant lowers machining times and costs for hobbing gears, maximizing quality and increasing efficiency.
KISSsoft examines the effects of thin rims for internal gears and their consideration in the calculation of ISO and VDI standards.
This company has been designing custom metal cutting products for more than a century, and it offers an extensive lineup of cutting tools for machining gears.
Thanks to Reishauer, a new technology is enabling manufacturers to take the lead in expanding market segments, increasing both flexibility and capabilities.
TSH technology is an advanced induction hardening process that was specifically developed to reduce overall cost and to replace thermo-chemical heat treating processes.
Harnessing Direct Gear Design for asymmetric gears results in low weight-to-output torque ratio and reduced levels of noise and vibration.
The lubricants used to protect gearboxes, especially in high-demand industries such as wind, can become filled with ferrous particulates. The answer? Magnetic filtration.
A focus on gear manufacturing has resulted in a line of gashers, hobs, and end mills that will help this company’s customers meet their production goals.
Today’s measurement technology from Hexagon Metrology is up to the task of inspecting the complex forms of a wide variety of gears and related components.
In this article Hoganas demonstrates some design aspects that can—and need to—be considered when working with powder metal gears.
The Gear Chamfering Robot from Banyan Global Technologies is flexible enough to fit a broad range of gear modules while also meeting daily production requirements.
Launched more than a century ago, this company has the institutional knowledge that allows it to tackle the most challenging custom gearbox and spiral gear-form designs.
Versatile workholding solutions can decrease setup times and increase productivity, allowing gear manufacturers to improve process efficiency.
Recent developments allow the integration of heat treatment into the gear manufacturing line and to synchronize heat treatment with gear machining.
Lufkin-RMT has developed a tilting pad bearing that’s able to withstand high gear loads and ultra-high surface velocities.
Developer of OILMISER technologies, this company provides clean and efficient fluid handling devices to customers found around the world.
Honing and cup wheel superfinishing can be a cost-effective and higher-quality alternative to gear bore and face grinding. Nagel Precision provides the details.
Isotropic superfinishing represents a value adding, low cost option for refurbishing both case carburized and nitrided gears.
The professionals at Muncie Power Products help you to address—and eliminate—gear noise/rattle one step at a time.
With roots in gear research, this company continues developing new designs for its cutting tools and gear-manufacturing equipment.
Already known for its expertise in forging, castings, and a host of gear-manufacturing processes, Custom Gear upgrades with technologies provided by Reishauer and Siemens.
A customer had a problem using their existing gears in a new application. Ontario Drive & Gear provided the solution. Here’s how they did it.
For many gear and spline applications requiring high strength and a smooth surface finish, cold roll forming may be the preferred process.
With decades of combined experience in the gear manufacturing market, this company is taking a specialized approach to serving its customers.
Gleason’s newly designed Phoenix 280C bevel gear cutting machine is faster and easier to use than ever before, providing dependability and boosting productivity.
Close collaboration between industry partners creates efficient, productive, and high-quality solutions for gear milling, according to Sandvik Coromant.
Many industries, such as renewable energy, require large parts, so machine shops should review their workholding equipment to make sure they’re up to the task.
Established more than a century ago in Texas, this company has evolved into a global entity known for its engineering, manufacturing, and testing expertise.
Higher productivity and reduced machine tool life cycle costs can be achieved by considering total system efficiency, as Kluber Lubrication explains.
When it comes to servicing and remanufacturing broaching machines, there are very good reasons why you should contact the experts—like Broaching Machine Specialties.
Reverse engineering can be just as demanding as original product development, presenting many of the same challenges. Here’s a checklist for doing the job right.
A relative newcomer to the gear manufacturing market, this company is showing its respect for the industry by providing the best cutting tools available.
Nikon Metrology takes non-contact multi-sensor 3D metrology to the next level, realizing faster investigation and serial inspection by capturing full-part geometry with a single system.
Developing technologies have made Finite Element Analysis software affordable for small gear companies. The following compares FEA calculations with AGMA standards.
Gleason GMM analytical gear inspection systems with “big gear” capabilities are for gear manufacturers seeking to tap into the hottest industrial markets worldwide.
By learning about its customer’s specific applications, this company is helping gear manufacturers increase productivity with state of the art cutting tool technologies.
The benefits of going wireless extend far beyond simply eliminating cables, as you’ll learn in this description of the new Marposs M1 Wave wireless gauge.
With the right design, plastic molded gears can exceed their metal brethren. The following article is a detailed examination of the approach taken by Kleiss Gears.
Measuring gear transmission error inside a loaded, running gearbox is the perfect tool for detecting and diagnosing gear noise. Romax Technology explains.