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All Metals & Forge Group, LLC
All Metals & Forge produces rings, flanges, gear blanks, single and double hubs, trunnions, bevel gear blanks, couplings, seamless rolled rings, rims, center hubs, sleeves, gear blanks, discs (pancake forgings), pinion shafts, step-downs, spindles, rack forgings in gear quality carbon and alloy steels with through-hardening, carburizing and bearing quality grades with forged-in steps to save on machining. Shafts are available up to 45-feet-long and 50,000 pounds and the company can produce part weights from under 100 pounds to more than 30 tons for the gear industry.
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Since its inception in 1947, Arrow Gear Company has continued to build a solid reputation for quality, service and reliability. From the very beginning, Arrow has provided high precision spur, helical and bevel gears that meet the rapidly changing and the demanding requirements of many industries.
Global leader in the innovation and manufacture of flexible couplings, torsional couplings, and drive shaft solutions for marine and industrial applications.
Designatronics provides complete mechatronic engineered solutions and services. Through our brands, Sterling Instrument, Stock Drive Products, QTC Metric Gears, and Quality Bearings & Components, we offer an extensive range of standard and customized mechanical components and assemblies. From our engineering/manufacturing know-how to small and large production runs for OEM, we continue to strengthen our reputation for quality, reliability and service across many industries. Buy now or speak to an engineer for technical assistance.
Thanks for checking us out! Diequa is a manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of premium quality power transmission and motion control gear drive and connecting components designed specifically to enhance the performance of your machine designs. These include speed reducers, gearmotors, servo planetary reducers, spiral bevel gearboxes, shaft phasing gearboxes, shaft couplings, torque limiters, and screw jack lifting systems.
Hangzhou Xingda Machinery Co. Ltd.
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Articles About couplings
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1 Developing Flexible Couplings Standards (May 2011)
AGMA Flexible Couplings committee chairman Glenn C. Pokrandt gives an update about standards and other documents under development.
2 Curvic Coupling Design (November/December 1986)
Curvic Couplings were first introduced in 1942 to meet the need for permanent couplings and releasing couplings (clutches), requiring extreme accuracy and maximum load carrying capacity, together with a fast rate of production. The development of the Curvic Coupling stems directly from the manufacture of Zerol and spiral bevel gears since it is made on basically similar machines and also uses similar production methods. The Curvic Coupling can therefore lay claim to the same production advantages and high precision associated with bevel gears.
3 Viewpoint (November/December 1987)
Letters to the editor covering a variety of subjects, including computers in gear design, couplings and more.
4 Variation Analysis of Tooth Engagement and Load Sharing in Involute Splines (June 2010)
Involute spline couplings are used to transmit torque from a shaft to a gear hub or other rotating component.
External gear teeth on the shaft engage an equal number of internal teeth in the hub. Because multiple teeth engage
simultaneously, they can transmit much larger torques than a simple key and keyway assembly. However, manufacturing
variations affect the clearance between each pair of mating teeth, resulting in only partial engagement.
5 Determining Spline Misalignment Capabilities (November/December 1995)
Introducing backlash into spline couplings has been common practice in order to provide for component eccentric and angular misalignment. The method presented here is believed to be exact for splines with even numbers of teeth and approximate for those with odd numbers of teeth. This method is based on the reduction of the maximum effective tooth thickness to achieve the necessary clearance. Other methods, such as tooth crowning, are also effective.
6 Industry Forum (July/August 1988)
Letters to the editor on a variety of subjects, including couplings, gear planers and ausforming.
7 A Modular Approach to Computing Spiral Bevel Gears and Curvic Couplings (May/June 2000)
In general, bevel gears and curvic couplings are completely different elements. Bevel gears rotate on nonintersecting axis with a ratio based on the number of teeth. Curvic couplings work like a clutch (Fig. 1).
8 Viewpoint (July/August 1987)
In the May/June Issue of your excellent magazine. Mr. Stan Jakuba discusses a serious problem, not only for the gear industry, but any machinery where fluctuating torque is encountered.
I would like to make the following comments to his article...
9 Give Your Gears a Break - Select the Right Coupling! (May/June 1987)
How important is the right choice of coupling in determining successful machine design? Consider the following
example. A transmission of appropriate size was needed to transfer the speed of the engine driver to that of the driven generator. The transmission was properly selected and sized to endure the rated power requirements indefinitely, but after only a short time in operation, it failed anyway. What happened? The culprit in the case was a coupling. It provided the necessary power and protection against misalignment but it lacked the ability to isolate the gears from the torque
peaks of the diesel engine.
10 Gears for Nonparallel Shafts (September/October 1986)
Transmission of power between nonparallel shafts is inherently more difficult than transmission between parallel shafts, but is justified when it saves space and results in more compact, more balanced designs. Where axial space is limited compared to radial space, angular drives are preferred despite their higher initial cost. For this reason, angular gear motors and worm gear drives are used extensively in preference to parallel shaft drives, particularly where couplings, brakes, and adjustable mountings add to the axial space problem of parallel shaft speed reducers.
News Items About couplings
1 Renold Introduces Interchangeable Range of Gearboxes and Couplings (May 24, 2007)
Renold will exhibit its SMXtra interchangeable range of gearboxes and fluid couplings, for quarrying applications, at the Hillhead Exhibi... Read News
2 KTR Introduces New Couplings (April 16, 2005)
The Rotex ZS-DKM-H from KTR Corp. has been developed for the pump industry. The main innovation feature of the H type coupling is the she... Read News