With their competitive pricing and shorter delivery times, Griffin Gear has definitely staked its claim in the larger gear sector.
By: Raymond J. Drago , William Flynn & Roy Cunningham
A discussion of detailed destructive metallurgical evaluations of a specific lubrication erosion failure, which the authors have conducted in order to analyze and characterize...
By: Scott Lewis & Brent Marsh
Seeing gear production as a total component solution is a more flexible, integrated approach.
By: Dave Stokely
Greater accuracies, faster cycle times, and better surface finishes are all byproducts of choosing the right workholding solution for gear production.
- Materials Matter: Michael He -
Consideration should be given to revise (or remove) the 90 percent lower transformation products requirement to reflect the intended benefit without creating any standard conformance/certification dilemma for the gear suppliers.
- Tooth Tips: Ron Green -
A summary of the principles of gear inspection as they apply to spur and helical gearing.
- Hot Seat: Jack Titus -
Equipment hardware with nitrogen/methanol carburizing atmosphere and the necessary utility configurations.
- Trend Talks: Tim Byrd -
We speak with four key members in the gear industry’s research and development community about where we are—and where we’re going.
- Q&A with Josh Pocock -
Sales Engineer, Positrol
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- AGMA Lubrication Committee
Apr 22 -Mar 22
- Lubrication Committee Meeting
- Computer Programming Committee Meeting
- Flexible Couplings Committee Meeting
Apr 23 -Apr 24
- Mill Gearing Committee Meeting
- Helical Enclosed Drives High Speed Units Committee Meeting
- Fine Pitch Gearing Committee Meeting