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The article "The Kinematics of Conical Involute Gear Hobbing" appeared in the July 2008 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Conical involute gears, also known as beveloid gears, are generalized involute gears that have the two flanks of the same tooth characterized by different base cylinder radii and different base helix angles.

Keywords
beveloid, conical involute

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