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B & R Machine and Gear Corp.
B & R Machine and Gear Corporation is a family owned and operated gear manufacturer since 1974. We are a custom gear facility, manufacturing gears to customer supplied blueprint specifications and/or samples.
Circle Gear & Machine Co.
Quality Custom Gearing
Complete Machine Shop - Reverse Engineering - Breakdown Service Available
Gear Manufacturing Inc.
Gear Manufacturing, Inc. (GMI) was founded in 1989 in order to meet the demand for higher quality and quicker deliveries of custom gear products. GMI manufacturers custom gears and gear products to the requirements of the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA), National Aerospace Society (NAS), the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) to name a few.
Indiana Tool-Indiana Gear
A Company Built On Diversity
From the very beginning, Indiana Tool - Indiana Gear diversified to meet ever-changing customer needs. As our technological world continued to change and advance, we continued to improve and expand our capabilities. T...
Kamar Industries manufactures stock and custom gears along with related power transmission components. We serve a diverse cross section of industry sectors with power transmission products to satisfy each unique application.
Oerlikon Fairfield is a global leader in the design, development and supply of gears, drives and power transmission solutions. Founded in 1919, Fairfield provides gears up through two meters in diameter, custom gear assemblies as well as Torque-Hub® planetary drives.
Rush Gears Inc.
Manufacturer of Custom and Standard Industrial Gears. Inch and Metric Gears. Steel Gears, Plastic Gears and Stainless Steel Gears. Spur Gears, Helical Gears, Worm & Worm Gears, Gear Rack, Gear Stock & Pinions, Geared Shafts, Splines & Spline Shaft...
Articles About Custom Gear
1 Custom Gear Cycle Times Plummet with Help from Reishauer, Siemens (September/October 2009)
Custom Gear and Machine, Inc., of Roscoe, IL, recently purchased a Reishauer RZ400 gear grinder and, on one job, has seen the cycle time drop from 40 minutes to six minutes, according to Tim Rose, vice president
of manufacturing, who runs the business with co-owners Dave Patterson and Mike Rasmann.
2 Specifying Custom Gears (May/June 1999)
Gear design and specification are not one and the same. They are the first two steps in making a gear. The designer sits down and mathematically defines the gear tooth, working with the base pitch of the gear, the pressure angle he wants to employ, the number of teeth he wants, the lead, the tooth thickness, and the outside, form and root diameters. With these data, the designer can create a mathematical model of the gear. At this stage, he will also decide whether the gear will be made from existing cutting tools or whether new tools will be needed, what kind of materials he will use, and whether or not he will have the gear heat treated and finished.
3 The Total Customer Service Experience (July/August 1997)
What is a quality product? This is not an idle question. In the Darwinian business world in which we operate, knowing the answer to this question is key to our survival. A whole library of standards and benchmarks is available to help us gage how we're doing, but they don't really tell the whole story.
4 Optimization through Customization (July 2009)
Many engineers and purchasing agents think it is more expensive to custom design a component or assembly these
days when often customization can save on total costs.
5 Asymmetric Gears: Parameter Selection Approach (June/July 2012)
In many gear transmissions, a tooth load on one flank is significantly higher and is applied for longer periods of time than for the opposite one; an asymmetric tooth shape reflects
this functional difference. This paper describes an approach that rationalizes the degree of asymmetry (or asymmetry factor K) selection to meet a variety of operating conditions and requirements for custom gear drives.
6 Large Gears, Better Inspection (July 2010)
Investment in Gleason GMM Series inspection equipment helps drive Milwaukee Gear's expansion into profitable new markets around the world—all hungry for high-precision custom gears and gear drives.