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The article "Computerized Hob Inspection & Applications of Inspection Results Part II" appeared in the July/August 1994 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Flute Index Flute index or spacing is defined as the variation from the desired angle between adjacent or nonadjacent tooth faces measured in a plane of rotation. AGMA defines and provides tolerance for adjacent and nonadjacent flute spacing errors. In addition, DIN and ISO standards provide tolerances for individual flute variation (Fig. 1).

Keywords
hobs, hobbing, hob inspection, involute, generating, basics, gear fundamentals

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