Gear Technology Product Alert
   Gear Manufacturing Technology Update        October 2013

Are you interested in reducing your gear costs?

Presrite's near-net gears give you the strength of a forging with little or no machining. Our dedicated gear facility is equipped with a state-of-the-art lab, high capacity presses and other sophisticated machinery. Presrite's quality programs include 6 Sigma and ISO 9001:2008....

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Hainbuch America

Modular is Standard!

Changing over from O.D. clamping to I.D. clamping without disassembling the base clamping device is done in a matter of 2 minutes with the HAINBUCH modular system. With MANDO Adapt, just place the mandrel in the mounted clamping device. It's a great time-savings solution, not to mention that MANDO Adapt is extremely rigid and precise. And best of all, it's standard...

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Advanced heat treatment furnace saves time and money

Advanced heat treatment furnace saves time and money

The new ATLAS atmosphere heat treatment furnace with integral quench from Ipsen is a highly engineered machine designed from the ground up to simplify operation and maintenance, while saving money and resources. With Ipsen's new HybridCarb gassing system, process gas is recycled, increasing efficiency up to 90%...

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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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Flexible gear manufacturing on multi-axis machines

Flexible gear manufacturing on multi-axis machines

There's a lot changing in the world of gear. New indexable insert technology enables the machining of profiles, splines and racks in a multi-task machine. Learn more about the CoroMill 172 disc cutter and other gear milling solutions from Sandvik Coromant...

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The Broachmasters / Universal Gear Co.

Question: Do you Want to Improve the Quality of Life in your gear and spline department?

Answer: Well of course you do (because you care).

How? By using a company for your Gear Tooling and Cut Tooth Service who are serious about quality, that's how.

The Broach Masters/Universal Gear Co.
Committed to Excellence!
Since 1978

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Celanese Introduces Hostaform XGC Series

Celanese Introduces Hostaform XGC Series

Celanese Corporation recently announced it will celebrate 50 years of the Celcon/Hostaform acetal copolymer (POM) product line at K 2013 in Düsseldorf, Germany, by introducing its new Hostaform XGC glass reinforced series for demanding structural applications...

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Northfield Releases Model 650 Air Chuck

Northfield Releases Model 650 Air Chuck

Northfield Precision Instrument Corporation introduces their Model 650 Sliding Jaw air chuck. This air chuck, with 0.0001" TIR, has special quick-change jaws and a hard stop. This particular custom-made chuck was made for a customer who manufactures output gears and needed to grip on the interior diameter...

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