Specializing in gears and gearbox assemblies for the aerospace and defense industries, Southern Gear is celebrating 60 years of success attributed to customer and employee...
MHI’s Machine Tool division has a long history of innovation due to the expertise and dedication of its cutting tool engineering department.
Fluid evaluations were conducted using an efficiency rig instrumented with a production-scale worm gearbox. Testing was conducted under a wide range of speeds and loading, and...
Understanding the factors in the broach tool manufacturing process that affect performance can save time and money.
By: Justin Michaud
Additive manufacturing is a technology with a great deal of potential to affect the gear industry as well as manufacturing at large, but there are challenges for it to overcome if this impact is to occur.
By: Rick Miller
Simplicity and engineering judgment help ensure successful gearbox designs.
By: D. Scott MacKenzie, Ph.D., FASM
A method is described to either calculate the hardness in a component given the quenchant used or to select a quenchant to achieve a desired hardness at the core or surface of a part.
Each issue, a Gear Solutions editor talks with members in the industry to learn more about them. Here, we sat down with Bridget Dubbert, along with sales managers John Asselmeier, David Godwin, and Brian Klutenkamper, at Engineered Lubricants.
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- AGMA/ABMA Annual Meeting
Mar 30 -Apr 1
- AGMA Basic Training for Gear Manufacturing
Apr 3 -Apr 7
- AGMA Fundamentals of Gear Design and Analysis
Apr 19 -Apr 21
- AGMA Helical Gear Rating Committee – Subcommittee 925
- AGMA Cutting Tools Committee Meeting
- Nitriding's “White Layer” and Isotropic Superfinishing
Isotropic superfinishing is an ideal method of removing the problematic white layer created...
- Gear Corrosion in the Manufacturing Process
Corrosion in the gear manufacturing process is a significant issue that must be corrected to...
- Comparing Surface Roughness Parameters
Measurements such as Ra, Rz, and Rsk may not effectively evaluate isotropically superfinished...
Calculating EHL film thickness is one way that can help evaluate the relative risk of...
Achieving Gear Design Success
When evaluating a new or existing spur gear design, there are important areas that should be...
Requirements for Gear Design
The following steps help ensure a successful gearbox is designed and specified, and all of the...
Factors that affect hardenability and the rate of austenite transformation — carbon...
Evolution of Heat Treating Furnaces for Gears
There have been 40 years of fascinating projects, unforgettable facilities, and forward-thinking...
Thermochemical Surface Technologies Applicable to Gears
Comparing wear resistance of nitrided and carburized cases formed on the same steel can help...