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Gear Talk With Chuck

Starting Them Young

We were delighted to get a blog comment that did not involve cut-rate sunglasses! To wit: “How would you promote gear/transmission technology to school children, and what resources would you

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Making Manufacturing Cool Again

Can you remember the first time you saw a gear? I remember seeing gears on a cousin’s erector set crane when I was six or seven. A friend got a

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Churning the Continuing Education Dollar

Our magazine publishes hundreds of high-quality technical articles every year. Considerable effort has gone into maintaining a searchable archive of those articles so readers can self-educate themselves on topics of

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Covering All Angles

Klingelnberg Hosts 6th WZL Gear Conference in the USA 2016  Matthew Jaster, Senior Editor   Gear design, smart manufacturing, psychoacoustic analysis, five-axis milling and trends in gear manufacturing are just

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Continuing Education

Gear Technology has a major interest in educating its readers. Cutting-edge technical papers are a primary component of our content, along with information from our advertisers on the latest improvements

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Visit Us on Social Media!

Gear Technology and its sister publication, Power Transmission Engineering, have FaceBook pages where members can view new content on a regular basis and post topics that interest them. We had

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Be Careful What You Wish For

  We used to warn our children to “be careful what you wish for, you might get it.” Recently I blogged in favor of jump starting the economy with access

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Recycled Materials

  Continuing with the environmental theme of the previous blog, an impressive change has occurred in the recycling industry since I was collecting newspapers with the Boy Scouts back in

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What if We Save the World Anyway?

In the midst of a heated discussion on the environment fifteen years ago, my son asked a thought provoking question: “What if we saved the world and it really didn’t