Gear Technology Product Alert
   Gear Manufacturing Technology Update        September 2013
Applied Process Inc.

Applied Process Inc. makes bigger parts, better.

Only Applied Process has the furnace - and the finesse - to produce austempered iron and steel parts that weigh in excess of 10 tons. Parts that are stronger, lighter, quieter, more wear resistant. Parts that contribute to more energy efficient operations in countless applications and increase performance while decreasing overall cost of production. Visit us online at www.appliedprocess.com.

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Hob small or large batches

Run small lots or mass produce straight and helical gears; crowned and tapered gears; worm gears; chain sprockets and toothed belt discs; cluster gears and special profiles with MAG's H 400 CNC hobbing machine. This machine can use standard hob or form milling technology, ranging from dry or wet machining...

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KISSsoft Offers Fine Sizing for Worm Wheels and Crossed Helical Gears

KISSsoft Offers Fine Sizing for Worm Wheels and Crossed Helical Gears

For the calculation of worm wheels and crossed helical gears, fine sizing modules are now available (module ZD5 and ZE6). The KISSsoft fine sizing is applied to gear optimizations of all kinds -- from static strength to noise optimization...

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Gear Expo Recap: Sandvik Coromant Demos InvoMilling

Gear Expo Recap: Sandvik Coromant Demos InvoMilling

The InvoMilling process, a unique approach to milling spur and helical gears using indexable insert cutters was front and center during Gear Expo. InvoMilling opens up new, cost-efficient ways to produce geared components without dedicated hobbing machines...

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Gear Expo Recap: MHI Touts Gear Shaping Technology

Gear Expo Recap: MHI Touts Gear Shaping Technology

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has completed the development of a new gear shaping machine, the ST40A, capable of cutting a broad array of gears, including helical and cluster gears, with one system. The ST40A's significantly expanded range of cutting applications derives from the first application in Japan of NC programming technology to the relieving motion that prevents interference between the cutter and the workpiece...

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Ingersoll Offers Modular Milling System

Ingersoll Offers Modular Milling System

Chip-Surfer from Ingersoll provides a modular milling system for NC, Swiss and live tooling applications. Highlights include interchangeable carbide tips for extreme versatility, precision ground tolerance for accurate finishing, quick changeover directly on the machine...

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