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The article "A Modular Approach to Computing Spiral Bevel Gears and Curvic Couplings" appeared in the May/June 2000 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
In general, bevel gears and curvic couplings are completely different elements. Bevel gears rotate on nonintersecting axis with a ratio based on the number of teeth. Curvic couplings work like a clutch (Fig. 1).

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