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Applied Process is a world leader in austempering technology.
DTR Corp. (formerly Dragon Precision Tools)
DTR offers a complete line of coarse pitch to fine pitch hobs including involute, worm, chain sprocket, timing pulley, serration, parallel spline or special tooth shape, shaper cutters and milling cutters for auto, aerospace, wind, mining, construction and other industrial gear cutting applications.
Gleason Corporation’s mission is to be The Total Gear Solutions Provider™ to its global customer base. Gleason is a world leader in the development, manufacture and sale of gear production machinery and related equipment. The Company’s products are used by customers in automotive, truck, aircraft, agriculture, mining, windpower, construction, power tool and marine industries and by a diverse set of customers serving various industrial equipment markets. Gleason has manufacturing operations in Rochester, New York; Rockford, Illinois; Dayton, Ohio; Munich and Ludwigsburg, Germany; Studen, Switzerland; Bangalore; India, and Suzhou, China and has sales and service offices throughout North and South America, Europe and in the Asia-Pacific region.
Norton | Saint-Gobain
Norton, a brand of Saint-Gobain, is a leading manufacturer of a wide array of abrasive products. For applications ranging from rapid stock removal to precision finishing in all industries, products are offered in BEST, BETTER and GOOD performance/price tiers to meet the needs of all end-user applications.
Provider of rolled ring forgings in a variety of material grades and sizes. Capability to roll rings 20 to 240 inches. ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001 certified. ABS Certified.
J. L. Becker Co.
Kleiss Gears, Inc.
SETCO Precision Spindles
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Hangzhou Xingda Machinery Co. Ltd.
ounded in 1984, Hangzhou xingda machinery co.,ltd specialized in the development, manufacture and sales of machanic products. The factory has more than 33000 square meters workshop, and with more than 100 sets of advanced process machines and test equipments. Our main produces SPEED REDUCER E-RV worm speed reducer,passed the ISO 9001, are sold to more than hundreds of cities all over the world,both at home and abroad, in area of food industries, Kitchen word machinery, printing machinery, woodworking machinery, small textile machinery, rubber machinery, small chemical machinery, plastic machinery etc.
IDC-USA is a cooperative partnering with independent distributors to improve the MRO solutions in their communities. Many IDC Distributors are 2nd and 3rd generation in their business and well respected in the industry. With more than 280 IDC Distributor locations across the United States, IDC Distributors help their customers stay up and running by providing the right product and expertise when they need it.
Ronson Gears Pty. Ltd.
Established in 1954 Ronson Gears, is your English speaking and English thinking Asia-Pacific alternative for Precision Gears and Gear Assemblies. Doing business internationally for almost 60 years, Ronson Gears has garnered a reputation for quality, delivery and first-class customer service.
Rotek Incorporated, a ThyssenKrupp company and member of the ThyssenKrupp Rothe Erde group, is the North American leading manufacturer of slewing bearings (including ball and roller slewing bearings and wire-race slewing bearings). Furthermore, Rotek is a market leader for seamless forged steel and non-ferrous metal rings.
Throughout the world, Rotek slewing bearings and forged rings are installed in a wide variety of applications. Rotek slewing bearings and forged rings prove every day to be important structural and connection elements used in mechanical engineering, in harbor cranes, ship deck cranes, truck cranes and construction cranes as well as in excavators, antenna systems, in aviation and aerospace, in the offshore technology, rail vehicles, telescopes, tunneling machines, wind energy turbines, underwater turbines and solar energy plants.
ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001 certified. ABS certified.
ZZN Transmission Plant
The ZZN Transmission Plant has over 30 years of experience in manufacturing powertrain components.
Its production facilities and highly qualified staff guarantee the world’s top quality products. Numerically controlled machines, machining centers, electron beam vacuum welding center and modern heat treatment equipment enable the manufacture of high quality products.
Articles About construction
1 Off-Highway Gears (June/July 2013)
Market needs push in 2013, but will it get one? The construction/off-highway
industries have been here before. New equipment, technologies and innovations during an economic standstill that some have been dealing with since 2007.
2 Gear Material Selection and Construction for Large Gears (January/February 2013)
A road map is presented listing critical considerations and optimal use of materials and methods in the construction of large gears.
3 A Practical Guide for Molding Better Plastic Geared Transmissions (May/June 2000)
Plastic gears and transmissions require a different design approach than metal transmissions. Different tools are available to the plastic transmission designer for optimizing his geared product, and different requirements exist for inspection and testing.
This paper will present some of the new technology available to the plastic gear user, including design, mold construction, inspection, and testing of plastic gears and transmissions.
4 Design and Optimization of Planetary Gears Considering All Relevant Influences (November/December 2013)
Light-weight construction and consideration of available resources result in gearbox designs with high load capacity and power density. At the same time, expectations for gear reliability are high. Additionally, there is a diversity of planetary gears for different applications.
5 Production Testing of a Chromium-Free Carburizing Grade Gear Steel (May/June 1989)
For many years chromium has been a popular alloy for heat treatable steels because of its contribution to hardenability more than offsets its costs. As a consequence, it is specified in such high-tonnage steel grades as the 5100, 4100, and 8600 series; and, as a result, about 15% of the annual U.S. consumption of chromium is used in constructional alloy steels.
6 Manufacturers Guide to Heat Treating Large Gears (March/April 2012)
The large gears found in mining, steel, construction, off-road, marine and energy applications—massive and
robust in nature—need to tackle the greatest production demands. This, in turn, means that a special emphasis must be put on the heat treating methods used to increase the wear resistance and strength properties of gears this size.
7 Area of Existence of Involute Gears (January/February 2010)
This paper presents a unique approach and methodology to define the limits of selection for gear parameters. The
area within those limits is called the “area of existence of involute gears” (Ref. 1). This paper presents the definition and construction of areas of existence of both external and internal gears. The isograms of the constant operating pressure
angles, contact ratios and the maximum mesh efficiency (minimum sliding) isograms, as well as the interference
isograms and other parameters are defined. An area of existence allows the location of gear pairs with certain characteristics. Its practical purpose is to define the gear pair parameters that satisfy specific performance requirements before
detailed design and calculations. An area of existence of gears with asymmetric teeth is also considered.
8 Getting a Grip on Big-Gear Lubrication (January/February 2012)
In the wide, wide world of moving
parts, the gears required for the big
jobs—the really big jobs—often experience big problems. Proper lubrication of these gears is paramount in industrial applications such as wind turbines, kilns, sugar mills, crushers, heavy construction, offshore drilling rigs, mining and quarrying.
9 The Use of Boundary Elements For The Determination of the AGMA Geometry Factor (January/February 1988)
The geometry factor, which is a fundamental part of the AGMA strength rating of gears, is currently computed using the Lewis parabola which allows computation of the Lewis form factor.(1) The geometry factor is obtained from this Lewis factor and load sharing ratio. This method, which originally required graphical construction methods and more recently has been computerized, works reasonably well for external gears with thick rims.(2-6) However, when thin rims are encountered or when evaluating the strength of internal gears, the AGMA method cannot be used.
News Items About construction
1 Ingersoll Announces Construction of New Facility (August 3, 2011)
Ingersoll Cutting Tools is proud to announce the start of construction on a new facility at its Rockford campus. Following months of... Read News
2 Excon 2013 Focuses on India Construction Market (August 20, 2013)
India's Premier Industry Association has been playing a role in developing the construction equipment industry in India through organ... Read News