School for Gear Manufacturing Technology
(October 15-17, 2013) Anaheim, California. Hosted by Gear Manufacturing Inc. (GMI), this three-day seminar is designed to give the student a deeper understanding of the relationships between the geometry of the gear and the manufacturing and inspection processes leading to a practical, logical approach to trouble shooting. In this regional course we address the problems associated with gear generation (hob and shape) and gear finishing (grind and shave), for cylindrical gears, in respect to the machine tool and the associated tooling and cutters. Analysis of inspection results from traditional manual and digital inspection processes are covered in depth. New for 2013 is an introduction to the new AGMA standards which relate directly to the international ISO standards. $925 includes all documentation and lunch for three days.
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