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Rapid and precise manufacturing of special involute gears for prototype testing

Due to the steadily increasing demands on the power density of mechanical transmissions, gears with special geometries are increasingly coming […]

Conjugate Action Law in Intersected-Axes Gear Pairs and in Crossed-Axes Gear Pairs

The article deals with the kinematics and the geometry of geometrically-accurate gearing (with perfect gearing). Considered at the beginning for […]

Understanding the mounting distance: Crossed-axes gearing (hypoid gearing)

Mounting distance is one of the most critical design parameters in crossed-axes gearing (in hypoid gearing, spiroid gearing, and so […]

Reducing Tool Wear in Spiral Bevel Gear Machining with the Finite Element Method

Due to the complexity of spiral bevel gear machining, the cutting tools can be a significant cost of gear manufacturing. […]

Understanding the mounting distance: Intersected-axes gearing (bevel gearing)

Mounting distance is one of the most critical design parameters in intersected-axes gearing (in straight bevel gearing, spiral bevel gearing, […]

Tooling Workholding: A new solution for bevel gears

The creativity of the designers knows no bounds with new drive element and gear geometries. Faced with constantly increasing demands […]

Psychoacoustic Methodology for the Noise Reduction of Bevel Gears

The relationship between FFTs and gear quality as well as gear noise is investigated with some surprising conclusions, which leads […]

The Sensitive Side of Computer-Aided Design

Context sensitive assistance facilitates the integration of design and manufacturing. Context sensitive assistance in computer aided design systems may be […]

The Attributes of Loaded Gear Tooth Modeling: Part Two

As I mentioned in the first installment of this article (please see June 2005 issue of Gear Solutions magazine), I’m […]

The Attributes of Loaded Gear Tooth Modeling: Part One

Figures 1-14 courtesy of The Gleason Works On numerous occasions during a career with gears, I’ve had the opportunity to […]

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 […]

An Optimized Approach to Straight Bevel Gear Design

The optimal — or “rational” — design of gears can be a challenge due to the high number of variables, […]

Arrow Offers a Stock Solution

A sagging economy and the fierce demands of global competition are unfortunate realities that all manufacturers have been faced with […]

Direct Digital Simulation Modeling

Direct Digital Simulation (DDS) is a universal method for computer modeling of gear design manufacturing and analyses. Unlike the commonly […]

Bladerunner 3F

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

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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