The NDG Method for Gear Inspection

While conventional gear inspection instruments measure normal to the tooth surface at the base circle tangent, the NDG method moves the probe along a gear's line of action. The advantage is particularly relevant to the measurement of super-large gears and small internal gears.

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Online Auction 28 March - Ford Bordeaux Transmission Facility

Due to reinvestment Hilco Industrial Europe in conjunction with CBI Asset Management are proud to offer for sale excellent quality CNC Gear Hobbing Machines, Spline Rollers, Grinders and various Machine Tools. Blanquefort, Bordeaux, France, Thursday 28 March 2012. Contact Simon Halsey (shalsey@hilcoeurope.com) or Roderik Huber (rhuber@cbiworld.com).

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For Sale—Lees Bradner 16x144 Model HH Extra Heavy Duty Spline Hobber

Differential, single indexing, gears, index plates. Excellent example of one of the last ones built. Weighs 38,000 lbs. Special pricing prior to removal...

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Seco to Offer Milling Solutions at Windpower 2012

Seco will be highlighting a range of solutions for wind power machining applications at Windpower 2012, including the North American debut of its new 335.25 Disc Milling Cutter. The company will exhibit its products in booth #7555 at the event, which takes place June 3-6 at the Georgia World Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia...

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Abtex Introduces Machine Compatible Deburring System

Abtex Corporation has expanded its Tri-Ten series of deburring systems to include a model that is designed to accept precision ground parts, in carriers, directly from a grinding, lapping or honing machine...

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Gleason Builds Genesis Series in India

Gleason Corporation today announced that they have started building their highly popular Genesis series of gear hobbing machines at their Gleason Works (India) facility in Bangalore. The Genesis models 130H and 210H hobbers are being built for the fast-growing Indian market using the same high-precision components as with Genesis machines built in other locations...

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