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Archive > 2012 > June/July 2012 > Towards an Improved AGMA Accuracy Classification System on Double-Flank Composite Measurements

The article "Towards an Improved AGMA Accuracy Classification System on Double-Flank Composite Measurements" appeared in the June/July 2012 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
AGMA introduced ANSI/AGMA 20152A06 Accuracy Classification System: Radial System for Cylindrical Gears, in 2006 as the first major rewrite of the double-flank accuracy standard in over 18 years. This document explains concerns related to the use of ANSI/AGMA 20152A06 as an accuracy classification system and recommends a revised system that can be of more service to the gearing industry.

Keywords
accuracy, standards, AGMA 2015-2-A06, double-flank inspection, inspection, measurement

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