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The article "Our Experts Discuss Hobbing Ridges, Crooked Gear Teeth, and Crown Shaving" appeared in the March/April 1992 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Question: When cutting worm gears with multiple lead stock hobs we find the surface is "ridged". What can be done to eliminate this appearance or is to unavoidable?

Keywords
hobbing, worm gears, tangential hobbing, hob wobble, hob accuracy, crown shaving, shaving, crowning, basics, shop floor

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