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Guarding Against Gearing Deviations

In the June 2005 issue of Gear Solutions magazine we presented an article entitled “An Elementary Guide to Gear Inspection,” […]

Control Solutions for Maximized Manufacturing

American gear manufacturing companies are under increasing pressure to maximize productivity while reducing cost and obtaining consistent quality parts in […]

A New Standard in Gear Inspection

In the June 2005 issue of Gear Solutions magazine we presented an article entitled “An Elementary Guide to Gear Inspection.” […]

An Elementary Guide to Gear Inspection

Gear inspection begins with the everyday tasks on the shop floor and extends into the manufacturing laboratory for complex analytical […]

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 […]

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 […]

Moving Measuring to the Machine

Take a peek into the machining cells at progressive large-volume gear manufacturers these days and you’ll likely see more measuring […]

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 […]

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 […]

Determining the Source of Gear Whine Noise

Gear whine noise, particularly in consumer products such as motor vehicles and appliances, is an important and annoying problem. This […]

The Secret to Sigma Pool’s Success

The Sigma Pool was formed in 1991 to be a market-focused, single-source supplier for gear manufacturers around the world. Alone, […]

The Whirling Process for Improved Worm Gears

Worm designs and manufacturing methods have changed very little over the past half century. Finishing a worm in soft material […]

Transforming Design with Integrated Gear Software

S.M. “Jack” Marathe, the president of Universal Technical Systems, Inc., isn’t exactly modest when he talks about the power and […]

Nachi’s Dry-Cutting Philosophy

As with all manufacturing processes, the focus remains on piece cost and workpiece quality. Piece cost is primarily composed of […]

Software Solutions for Unknown Gears

Ever have a gear that you wanted to inspect, but didn’t have drawing data to define the part? M&M Precision […]

The Next Dimension in Detecting Tooth Distortion

The conventional CNC gear inspection machine will measure and evaluate helix and involute tooth flank deviations that are relative to […]

Manufacturing Single-Envelope Worm Gears

First, the basics. Worm gear sets are used to transmit power between non-parallel, non-intersecting shafts, usually having a shaft angle […]

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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