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The article "Hard Gear Finishing with a Geometrically Defined Cutting Edge" appeared in the November/December 1999 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
The market demand for gear manufacturers to transmit higher torques via smaller-sized gear units inevitably leads to the use of case-hardened gears with high manufacturing and surface quality. In order to generate high part quality, there is an increasing trend towards the elimination of the process-induced distortion that occurs during heat treatment by means of subsequent hard finishing.

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