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The article "Analytical Gear Inspection: The Shape of Things to Come" appeared in the July/August 2000 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
It used to be that gear manufacturers wanting to perform analytical gear inspection required at least three machines to do so: The lead measuring instrument, the tooth space comparator and the involute checking instrument. In the beginning, these machines were mechanically driven. Over the years, the manufacturers of analytical gear inspection equipment have combined these functions - and a host of others.

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