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Banyan Technologies introduces a robotic chamfering device suitable for deburring, chamfering and radiusing the edges of slew bearing ring gears.
The complete Industry News section from the January/February 2013 issue of Gear Technology.
Gleason 350GMS helps put higher quality, more reliable gears into its next-generation TC10 automatic transmission.
Compact, custom and portable solutions are gaining more attention in manufacturing today as companies seek out the tools that offer the greatest productivity gains on the shop floor. Gear inspection seems to be following suit.
The complete product news section from the September / October 2014 Issue Gear Technology.
The honing of gears - by definition - facilitates ease of operation, low noise and smoother performance in a transmission. Honing also contributes to reduced friction in the powertrain. Both the intense cutting (roughing process) as well as the functionally fine- finishing of transmission gears can be performed in one setup, on one machine.
Publisher Michael Goldstein discusses the loss of U.S. manufacturing capability and what we should do about it.
If you've read any business publications lately, chances are you've seen an article or two covering language and cultural barriers in the global marketplace.
Global slowdown raises questions for Indian gear market.
Have you ever been to Malaysia? How about Indonesia, Brazil, Slovakia or Russia? Well, we have. We go there every issue.
For many in the gear and gear products business, these may seem like the best of times...
We asked Fred Young, president of Forest City Gear Co., to answer some of the gear industry's burning questions.
We interviewed several gear industry companies with overseas operations or significant partners.
Easily one of the central issues affecting U.S. manufacturing is what one might call the exports deficit—the inability of American companies to sell products to, for instance, Asian markets, developing countries and other ports of call—due to what they perceive to be unfair trade agreements and or policies.