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Better Tools, Better Gears?

  Previous blogs have discussed how fortunate we are to live in an age with the very best in gear making technology. Modern gear grinding machines can reliably produce whatever

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Storage Capacity

The management here at Beyta Gear Service’s world headquarters has ordered a clean-up of certain storage areas. Our now adult children left quite a bit of things behind as they

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Who Offered the First Enclosed Gearbox?

Let’s start 2016 off with a joint research project. While visiting a client late last year we got to talking gear history and he recounted a story about the first

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Happy to be Back to Work?

As much as I enjoy a bit of time off it gets boring if I am away from gears for too long. Since I have been in the consulting trade

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One Last Blog for 2015

  This blog completes our second year of blogs for the Gear Technology website. It has occasionally been a challenge to come up with something to say twice a week

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One More Story

  I recently celebrated my 33rd wedding anniversary and want to share a favorite story of my wonderful wife’s baptism into the trials of the gear business. Our wedding in

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Happy Holidays!

Many different holidays are celebrated at the end of the calendar year and we at Gear Technology send out our best wishes to readers around the world. We hope you

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Last-Minute Shopping

Not being much of a shopper, I dread holiday gift lists. Fortunately my wife takes care of most obligations on that front, so I only have to come up with

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Holiday Shutdown Duty

I have posted before about how much I enjoyed working and supervising holiday shutdowns over the years. Unless travel plans took the family out of town, I was glad to

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Holiday Traditions

Among my fondest memories at my various stops in the gear industry are the holiday traditions. Some places had well organized off-site events; others made do with more home grown