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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, limitations, and interrelationships involved. […]

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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