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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 […]

The Brilliance of Broaching

The broach process has been much-maligned in recent years due to a few myths and misconceptions. This article will try […]

The Whirling Process for Internal Threads

As an industry leader in the field of whirling technology, Leistritz has developed an innovative solution to machining difficult internal […]

The Spin on Precision Spindle Technologies

The spindle is the heart of the machine tool, and the most significant component when it comes to making parts. […]

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 […]

Inside Splines

What is a spline? According to the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (fourth edition, 2000), a spline is […]

A Crowning Achievement for Automotive Applications

This paper is dedicated to engineers who work in the field of machining precise gears for the needs of the […]

The New Face of a Fine Fellows

Bourn & Koch, Inc., has been on a growth path for the past number of years. The growth has been […]

Back to the Broaching Future

Although it’s not one of the most common machining operations, broaching has been around the metal working industry for well […]

Expert Advice on Expanding Mandrels

Brace yourself, because your workday is about to undergo a significant change. As hard as it may be to believe, […]

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, […]

The Sense of Synthetics in Worm Gear Lubrication

Worm gears are often used as a simple and effective solution for power transmission applications. The load carrying capacity of […]

Superior Grinding: Design by Drake

Sometimes a new machine is just destined to happen. Markets evolve, new technologies emerge, and an experienced machine tool builder […]

KAPP’s Combined Process for Automotive Applications

The KAPP Group has recently introduced a combined process for the hard finishing of transmission gears for the automotive industry […]

As the Worm Turns… Toward Rolling

Cylindrical die worm rolling is a proven high-speed process which can produce precise worms with excellent surface finish and high […]

A New Design for Dry Hobbing Gears

In recent years, environmental safety requirements have been raised around the world, and many companies are seeking to acquire ISO14000 […]

Dealers Deliver More than Machines

We don’t usually associate the word “advantage” with the concept of “working through” someone else when it comes to purchasing […]

Bladerunner 3F

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

Methods of Hob Maintenance

Deciding on the benefits of in-house hob sharpening depends on a number of factors that gear manufacturers are faced with […]

Side Fit Spline Profiles

Splines are necessary for many reasons. In addition to transmission of torque, spline profiles are used to find and centralize […]

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