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Archive > 1998 > March/April 1998 > Programmable Separation of Runout From Profile and Lead Inspection Data for Gear Teeth With Arbitrary Modifications

The article "Programmable Separation of Runout From Profile and Lead Inspection Data for Gear Teeth With Arbitrary Modifications" appeared in the March/April 1998 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
A programmable algorithm is developed to separate out the effect of eccentricity (radial runout) from elemental gear inspection date, namely, profile and lead data. This algorithm can be coded in gear inspection software to detect the existence, the magnitude and the orientation of the eccentricity without making a separate runout check. A real example shows this algorithm produces good results.

Keywords
inspection, measurement, programming, software, runout, profile, lead

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