Gear Technology's monthly e-newsletter brings you highly targeted information on gear manufacturing. The February 2011 issue focuses on Gear Shaving.
Below and to the right, you'll find related articles, back issues, featured products, videos and more. Many of these items are exclusive to the e-newsletter.
Ingersoll Introduces 2-Start Insert Hob
Ingersoll recently introduced a 2-Start Indexable Carbide Insert Hob, which nearly doubles productivity for machining gears with large numbers of teeth when compared to single-start ICI hobs.... Read more
Luren's LFG-8040 Grinds Spur and Helical Gears
The most recent development from Luren Precision Co., Ltd. is the vertical type CNC gear profile grinding machine, LFG-8040, that can form grind spur and helical gears up to 800 mm (31.7") in outside diameter and maximum module of M20 (1.27 DP).... Read more
KISSsoft Releases First iPhone App
KISSsoft recently announced that its first free iPhone app, Hardness Conversion, is now available... Read more
Gleason Expands Advanced Coatings Facility
Gleason Corporation has announced a new investment to expand the Advanced Coatings Facility at its Gleason Cutting Tools Corporation (GCTC) facility located in Loves Park, Illinois.... Read more
If you're looking to add gear shaving capacity, there's no better place to look for
gear shaving machine suppliers than in our online Buyers Guide. Also visit the buyers guide to find suppliers of Shaving Cutters. Need your cutters sharpened?
Try looking under Tool Sharpening.
A New Standard for Gear Shaving in High-Volume Applications
Matthew Jaster, Associate Editor
The Sicmat Raso 250 TP combines gear shaving, deburr and chamfer operations in one machine. Associate Editor Matthew Jaster caught up with Sicmat for the inside scoop.
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