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Archive > 2003 > May/June 2003 > Performance of Skiving Hobs in Finishing Induction Hardened and Carburized Gears

The article "Performance of Skiving Hobs in Finishing Induction Hardened and Carburized Gears" appeared in the May/June 2003 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
In order to increase the load carrying capacity of hardened gears, the distortion of gear teeth caused by quenching must be removed by precision cutting (skiving) and/or grinding. In the case of large gears with large modules, skiving by a carbide hob is more economical than grinding when the highest accuracy is not required.

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