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Archive > 1998 > November/December 1998 > The Basics of Gear Metrology and Terminology Part II

The article "The Basics of Gear Metrology and Terminology Part II" appeared in the November/December 1998 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
In the last section, we discussed gear inspection; the types of errors found by single and double flank composite and analytical tests; involute geometry; the involute cam and the causes and symptoms of profile errors. In this section, we go into tooth alignment and line of contact issues including lead, helix angles, pitch, pitchline runout, testing and errors in pitch and alignment.

Keywords
metrology, inspection, terminology, involute, basics, gear fundamentals, single flank, double flank, testers, tooth alignment, runout, lead, helix

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