Home | Advertise | Subscribe

Magazine | Newsletter | Product Alerts | Blog

New ANSI-AGMA Accuracy Standards for Gears - March/April 2004

Share |

Are you featured in this article? Put a link on your website!

Archive > 2004 > March/April 2004 > New ANSI-AGMA Accuracy Standards for Gears

The article "New ANSI-AGMA Accuracy Standards for Gears" appeared in the March/April 2004 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
AGMA has started to replace its 2000-A88 standard for gear accuracy with a new series of documents based largely on ISO standards. The first of the replacement AGMA standards have been published with the remainder coming in about a year. After serving as a default accuracy specification for U.S. commerce in gear products for several decades, the material in AGMA 2000-A88 is now considered outdated and in need of comprehensive revision.

Keywords
gear inspection, accuracy, standards, 2000-A88, quality

The article "New ANSI-AGMA Accuracy Standards for Gears" should appear in the box below, but if you do not see it, you can download it here.

It appears you don't have a PDF plugin for this browser. No biggie... you can click here to download the PDF file.