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The article "Gear Blanking" appeared in the May/June 1992 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
The term "blanking" refers to the initial metal cutting operations in the process planning sequence which produce the contour of a part starting from rough material. The scope of blanking is: To remove the excess material To machine the part to print specifications, except for those surfaces with subsequent finishing operations. To leave adequate machining stock for finishing operations. To prepare good quality surfaces for location and clamping of the part throughout the process.

Keywords
gear blanks, bar stock, forgings, extrusions, basics, gear fundamentals

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