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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 […]

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: Advent Tool & Manufacturing Inc.

Well known for its specialization in indexable and solid carbide thread and form milling tools, Advent Tool and Manufacturing has […]

The Art and Science of Broaching

Broaching is one of the most productive and precise metal-cutting operations performed today. It’s also one of the most misunderstood. […]

The Methadology of Modified Crowning

Is there anything that can still be considered new in bevel gear tooth theory? Most experts in the transmission layout […]

Evolution through Innovation

Its name has multiple meanings, having to do with such tenets as self sufficiency and entrepreneurial will. Founded by Kohki […]

Special Report: A Firsthand Look at Buying Rebuilt

A company was bidding on a project and soon realized it couldn’t win if it had to buy new equipment […]

A Revolution in Hobbing Technologies

In a market that has not seen any truly revolutionary changes in decades, LMT-Fette is pushing the long overdue evolution […]

Calculating the Inverse of an Involute

The involute tooth form is the only tooth form that provides true conjugate action normal to the tangency of the […]

A New Trend in Broaching Technology

With regards to broaching, is making new technology investments profitable? We see customers making choices based on capital investment costs […]

SPECIAL SERIES | Layout Guides Part 3: Hypoid Gear Teeth

This is the third of a three-part series of instructions to assist engineering designers and detailers with the process of […]

SPECIAL SERIES | Layout Guides Part 2: Spiral and Zerol Bevel Gears

This is the second of a three-part series of instructions to assist engineering designers and detailers with the process of […]

SPECIAL SERIES | Layout Guides

This series is intended to provide design engineers working on right angle geared applications with the knowledge necessary to further […]

The Geometry of Full-Form Grinding

Grinding helical gear teeth or other helical forms such as drill flutes by the method of advancing a grinding wheel […]

The Straight Track on Gear Racks

In some cases the pinion, as the source of power, drives the rack for locomotion. This would be typical in […]

The Good Life for Reconditioned Thread Grinders

How many times can a thread grinder be reincarnated? So far, four–but stay tuned. Twenty-eight Jones & Lamson thread grinders […]

No Tools? No Problem.

Over the past few years we have seen several trends in the gear-manufacturing industry, to which we supply our line […]

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 […]

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