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Broach Masters / Universal Gear Co.
Manufacturer of Broaches, Disc Shapers, Disc Shaper Cutters, Shank Shapers, Shank Shaper Cutters, Gear Shaper Cutters, Spline Broaches, Master Gears, Spline Gages, Spline Gauges, Fine Pitch, Serration. Made in USA.
Erwin Junker Machinery, Inc.
The JUNKER Group is a global leader in the market for high-speed CBN grinding machines. Since 50 years the JUNKER group has been driven by the belief in the constant improvement of grinding solutions. From individual machines to complete production lines, we offer solutions to suit our customers’ needs in nearly every area of precision grinding.
We have the right machine for any grinding task: Double disc grinding machines, hard turning/grinding machines, profile grinding machines, flute grinding machines, cylindrical grinding machines, cutting tool grinding machines, tool grinding machines, centerless grinding machines, non-circular grinding machines.
Moreover, JUNKER boasts comprehensive references for the engineering and implementation of production lines as well as for the development of customized grinding machines, specially tailored to customers’ grinding needs.
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.
Inductoheat is the largest global manufacturer of induction heating equipment. We are part of the Inductotherm Group of some 40 companies worldwide. We design & build heat treating equipment & power supplies for heating a wide range of parts including gears & sprockets.
The KAPP Group offers innovative technologies and systems for high precision hard finishing of gears and profiles. Beginning in 1926 with the development of NILES generating grinding technology for manufacturing high precision gears, NILES quickly became one of the world's leading manufacturers of gear grinding machines.
Seco Tools Inc.
Our business mission is to develop, manufacture and globally market metal cutting solutions that satisfy our customer requirements for quality, service and cost-efficiency. Our product portfolio consists of solutions for milling, turning, holemaking and holding systems. We also offer a range of complementary services within the Seco Tools Business Solutions concept.
YIEH CHEN MACHINERY
Yieh Chen Machinery Co., Ltd is the affiliate of Six Star Group. Six Star was founded in 1975 by Six brothers and devoted to the manufacturing of precision gear products. Throughout these years, Six Star has become one of the Top Five gear manufacturers in Taiwan. With a focus on precision gears and gearboxes, Six Star offers a broad range of industries, including machine tools, aerospace, agriculture machinery, robotic arms, transmission, hydraulic pumps and industrial machines.
Enthusiasm for inspection and measuring technology, a keen sense of efficiency and consequent commitment to quality have assured ZOLLER's position in the world's top league.
Alfred Zoller founded the company in 1945. His vision: cost-efficient manufacturing in cutting production. Eberhard Zoller developed the company further to become a leader in innovation and quality in the measuring sector – and to become a global player. Today, the 3rd generation continues the ZOLLER success story – worldwide. The ZOLLER company has successfully established subsidiaries in the growth markets USA, China, India and Japan.
Banyan Global Technologies LLC
C & B Machinery
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Global leader in the innovation and manufacture of flexible couplings, torsional couplings, and drive shaft solutions for marine and industrial applications.
ContiTech North America
ContiTech is a specialist in rubber and plastics technology serving the automotive, construction, railway, mining, chemcial, shipping and aviation industries.
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. For quality, reliability and service across many industries, visit Designatronics today, buy now or speak to an engineer for technical assistance.
To compete in today’s global marketplace, you need a supplier who can provide power transmission products that meet your quality, cost, and delivery requirements. That is why you rely on IDC Select.
We partner with first-rate manufacturers to ensure that we offer you the best possible products. Their product engineers are highly-trained and determined to give you the best experience possible.
IDC Select has the ability to customize our products to fit your specific needs. In most cases, we are able to machine our products to the dimensions that you require. Contact IDC Select at info@IDC-USA.com for questions or with special requests.
KTR Corporation is a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of KTR Kupplungstechnik, GmbH with over 40 subsidiary companies in 21 countries. Our extensive product line began over 50 years ago with the BoWex curved tooth gear coupling and the ROTEX torsionally flexible jaw coupling.
KTR Corporation’s technological strength and innovative problem-solving have earned them prestigious design awards. We manufacture to AGMA and DIN standards to meet the exacting demands of the marketplace. Manufacturing is performed on state-of-the-art CNC machinery to ensure the highest grade components.
KTR Corporation provides superior products and technical service at the lowest possible cost to their customers.
Miki Pulley US
Miki Pulley offers design solutions for a wide range of motion control applications. Our global network of manufacturing facilities and sales/distribution offices ensure prompt and reliable technical assistance in the U.S. and around the world. Miki Pulley collaborates with design engineers to identify the most cost effective solutions for motion control and mechatronic applications.
NSK is a global manufacturer of bearings and other motion & control products. It operates 51 manufacturing facilities worldwide and 12 global technology centers of excellence that draw from world-leading industry knowledge and manufacturing experience. NSK's dedication to engineering innovation results in state-of-the-art products designed to improve performance and extend service life. NSK's unique Asset Improvement Program helps customers improve productivity and efficiency to significantly reduce operating costs. The company’s industry and process-specific expertise and solutions are applied to identify and solve problems that are limiting productivity. This enables customers to achieve improved performance, enhanced competitiveness and increased profitability.
QA1 Precision Products
QA1 designs, manufactures and distributes rod ends, spherical bearings, performance shock absorbers, struts, springs, and related items. QA1 engineers products that are utilized in a wide variety of industries such as performance racing, off-road recreational vehicles, fitness equipment, packaging equipment, etc.
We are also very experienced in value-added global sourcing for our large OEM customers — we routinely supply major companies with forged, cast, fabricated or machined suspension and driveline components. QA1's quality system is certified to the ISO 9001:2008 standard.
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.
Schaeffler Group USA, Inc
Schaeffler North America is responsible for the engineering, production, sales and marketing for the INA, LuK, FAG and Barden brands throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. All four brands provide high-performance, precision technologies for the Automotive OEM, Industrial OEM and Distribution markets as well as the Aerospace industry.
INA is a leading supplier of rolling bearings, linear motion, engine components, plain bearings and precision components.
LuK is a key source for automotive clutch, torque converter, hydraulic and transmission systems.
FAG is a major global supplier of bearings with core competencies in ball, taper, cylindrical and spherical bearing products.
The Barden Corporation focuses on high precision, miniature and aerospace products.
Sesame Motor Corp.
Sesame Motor Corporation was founded in 1990 as a manufacturer of motors and gear reducers in Taiwan with its efforts and innovation to obtain compliment and constant growth. Sesame Motor uses world class manufacturing and Enterprise Resource Planning system to build AC/DC motors and precision gear reducers in new factory built in 2009 to be one of the leading makers in motor and gear driving industry.
Yieh Chen Machinery(Six Star Group)
[AS9100 certified precision gear manufacturer.] Yieh Chen Machinery Co., Ltd is the affiliate of Six Star Group. Six Star was founded in 1975 by Six brothers and devoted to the manufacturing of precision gear products. Throughout these years, Six Star has become one of the Top Five gear manufacturers in Taiwan. With a focus on precision gears and gearboxes, Six Star offers a broad range of industries, including machine tools, aerospace, agriculture machinery, robotic arms, transmission, hydraulic pumps and industrial machines.
Six Star already received AS 9100 certification for stricter aerospace quality standards, and is also a member of the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA). By paying close attention to every aspect of the gears and gearboxes produced—including profile, lead, pitch, run out, and efficiency—and using measuring facilities, Six Star can ensure that the gears we produce will meet or exceed international standards.
Yieh Chen is never slackening off on pursuing being the best in the global market. Hence, we wish to achieve higher customer satisfaction and build closer relationship with customers by advancing our quality level.
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1 Communication Breakdown--Overcoming Cultural and Language Barriers in the Global Gear Market (May 2008)
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.
2 The Gear Industry's Global Information Source (May 2007)
Have you ever been to Malaysia? How about Indonesia, Brazil, Slovakia or Russia? Well, we have. We go there every issue.
3 Your Tax Dollars at Work: U.S. Commerce Department, Your Boots on the Ground Overseas (May 2010)
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.
4 Gear Chamfering Robot (January/February 2011)
Banyan Technologies introduces a robotic chamfering device suitable for deburring, chamfering and radiusing the edges of slew bearing ring gears.
5 Protecting Our Own (January/February 2011)
Publisher Michael Goldstein discusses the loss of U.S. manufacturing capability and what we should do about it.
6 ISO 9000: Global Market Salvation Or A Pig In A Poke (March/April 1994)
ISO 9000 is the latest hot topic in marketing and manufacturing circles. Everyone seems to be talking about it, but few seem to understand it completely. depending on whom one talks to, it's either the greatest thing to hit industry since the assembly line, another cash cow for slick consultants, a conspiracy on the part of Europeans to dominate global markets, or the next necessary step to compete in the global economy of the twenty-first century. It may be all of the above.
7 What Now - What Next for India (May 2009)
Global slowdown raises questions for Indian gear market.
8 Gear Manufacturers Find Advantage in Indian and Asian Partners (January/February 2006)
We interviewed several gear industry companies with overseas operations or significant partners.
9 Responding to Market and Customer Needs (November/December 2007)
For many in the gear and gear products business, these may seem like the best of times...
10 Challenges and Opportunities in the Gear Industry (January/February 2007)
We asked Fred Young, president of Forest City Gear Co., to answer some of the gear industry's burning questions.
11 The Global Challenge to America's Engineering and Innovation Position (January/February 2012)
John P. Walter and Abby Dress analyze the challenges facing America's manufacturers to remain competitive in a global environment.
12 IMTS 2008: The Focus--Global Technology (August 2008)
It’s that even-numbered-year time-of-the-year again. The International Manufacturing Technology Show, IMTS 2008, is right around the corner. This 27th installment of the biennial trade show is focusing on connecting global technology.
13 The Global Gear Industry - Insights, Projections, Facts and Figures (May 2011)
A series of short reports on global manufacturing growth and the gear industry's role.
14 The Global Gear Industry--What Does the Future Hold (May 2008)
Understanding the differences of how the gear industry works in individual territories around the world is vital to any company that wishes to succeed on a global basis.
15 Globalization Brings AGMA, ISO Standards Closer (May/June 2004)
“The gear marketplace is a global marketplace.” Bill Bradley says it easily, with no special emphasis. The vice president of AGMA’s technical division sees the statement as an obvious fact.
16 Connect with Global Technology at IMTS 2008 (September/October 2008)
The International Manufacturing
Technology Show has come a long way from the National Machine Tool
Builders’ Exposition fi rst held in 1927.
17 Entrepreneurialism and Survival in the Global Market (July 2008)
Joe Arvin of Arrow Gear gives his insight on what it takes to succeed in today's gear industry.
18 Global Positioning System: The Early Years (January/February 2010)
Before retiring from St. Louis Gear in 2000, Roy Harmon liked to tinker. Since
the customer base at the time was seasonal, Harmon was looking for a project to keep himself busy. The engineer decided to challenge himself
by designing a “South Pointing Chariot,” a device he had read about in the book The Evolution of the Gear
Art by Darle Dudley.
19 The Counterfeit Culture: Fake Products and Parts Present Global Market Challenges (May 2010)
It’s happened to most manufacturers at one point or another. A defective
product comes back from a customer in
need of repair. Perhaps a bearing or a
gear drive has failed, and the customer
simply needs a replacement. Upon further
examination, the company realizes it was never one of its products in the
first place, but a fabricated copy that
snuck into the market. The manufacturing
community has been dealing with
counterfeit products for decades, but
used machinery dealers and Internet
shoppers seem to continuously get hit
by scam artists.
20 Finding Tomorrow's Leaders Today (March/April 1995)
The passage last year of both NAFTA and GATT has gone a long way toward leveling the playing field for American manufacturers and other hoping to compete in the global economy. Add to this news the fact that the domestic economy keeps growing, and it seems as though good times are ahead for the gear industry.
21 An Invitation To Be A Champion (November/December 1988)
Recent history has taught us that global competition has become tougher and is a major concern of American gear manufacturers from abroad have invaded American markets with products designed in an environment where management of technology has been practiced effectively. If American companies intend to compete in the changing world market, they must acquire the technologies that will allow them to do so.
22 The Limits of the Computer Revoltion (May/June 1993)
In this issue of Gear Technology, we are focusing on using computers to their greatest advantage in gear design and manufacturing. In a sense, that's old news. It's a cliche to suggest that computers make our work life easier and more productive. No company that wishes to remain competitive in today's global manufacturing environment can afford to be without computers in all their manifestations. We need them in the office; we need them next to our desks in place of drafting boards; we need them on the shop floor.
23 AGMA and ISO Accuracy Standards (May/June 1998)
The American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to write all U.S. standards on gearing. However, in response to the growing interest in a global marketplace, AGMA became involved with the International Standards Organization (ISO) several years ago, first as an observer in the late 1970s and then as a participant, starting in the early 1980s. In 1993, AGMA became Secretariat (or administrator) for Technical Committee 60 of ISO, which administers ISO gear standards development.
24 Gear Standards and ISO GPS (October 2013)
In today’s globalized manufacturing, all industrial products having dimensional constraints must undergo conformity specifications assessments on a regular basis. Consequently, (standardization) associated with GD&T (geometrical dimensioning and tolerancing) should be un-ambiguous and based on common, accepted rules. Of course gears - and their mechanical assemblies - are special items, widely present in industrial applications where
energy conversion and power transmission are involved.
25 Crisis and Challenge in American Education (May/June 1988)
"We have met the enemy and he is us," says Pogo, the cartoon character. The enemy is the crisis in our educational system, and "crisis" is the only term that accurately describes the situation. It is every bit as serious, if not more so, than the crisis that followed the Soviet launching of Sputnik in 1957 - and for many of the same reasons. Our failing public education system threatens our position int he global political and business arenas; and this time, it's not just the Soviets or the Japanese who need to be taken seriously as competitors. Every country int he world that graduates better prepared students than we do - and there are a great many of them - has us at a competitive disadvantage.
26 The 332 Report - Competitive Position of the U.S. Gear Industry (September/October 1990)
In March 1989, the U.S. Trade Representative requested the U.S. International Trade Commission to conduct an investigation and prepare a report on the competitive position of the U.S. gear industry in U.S. and global markets.
27 Timing is Everything (September/October 1999)
Although the cultures and areas of expertise of Solomon and Sun Tzu are worlds apart, the two offer similar opinions on the importance of seizing the moment. Their ancient wisdom may have increasing relevance to modern manufacturers in a global economy, particularly those contemplating whether now is the time to invest in capital equipment.
28 A Model of the Pumping Action Between the Teeth of High-Speed Spur and Helical Gears (May/June 2004)
For a high-speed gearbox, an important part of power losses is due to the mesh. A global estimation is not possible and an analytical approach is necessary with evaluations of three different origins of power losses: friction in mesh contact, gear windage and pumping effect between teeth.
29 The Outlook for Gear Manufacturing - A European Perspective (July/August 2005)
Hagen Hofmann of Hoefler presents his views on global trade, competition and the future of the gear industry.
30 Clogged Supply Chain Has Gear Manufacturers in Hurry Up and Wait Mode (November/December 2008)
Never have so few served so many. That, in essence, describes gear makers
and the role they play in our world.
Think of it—although the gear cutting
industry represents much less than one
percent of the global workforce—the
gears it produces are what make things
run in practically every industry and
profession imaginable. From bulldozers
to Rolexes, gears are an integral part of the mix.
31 How's Your Lead Time (July 2007)
The gear companies enjoying the most success in today’s global market are those that firmly believe quality is much more than expert craftsmanship and foolproof inspection methodologies.
32 Gearbox Speed Reducer Helps Fan Technology for "Greener" Jet Fuel Efficiency (August 2008)
Today’s ever-evolving global economic engine is, in many ways, a wonderful phenomenon; you know—a rising-tide-lifting-all-boats, trickle-down-theory-of-economics dynamic at work.
33 Wind Turbine Pitch and Yaw Drive Manufacturers Draw Breath as Market Slows (January/February 2010)
The global wind energy market has seen average growth rates of 28 percent over the last 10 years, according to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), creating major challenges for the component supply industry. GWEC also forecasts an average growth rate of 22 percent for the next five years, which if realized, will continue to put pressure on suppliers of turbine components.
34 IPTEX 2012 Preview (November/December 2011)
India is rapidly turning into a global manufacturing hub, thanks to the country’s manufacturing and engineering
capabilities, vast pool of skilled expertise and its size. These qualities offer it a strategic advantage for the manufacturing segment. A large number of international companies in varied
segments have already set up a manufacturing base in India and others are following suit. It only makes sense to bring this industry segment together under one roof to discuss the current
trends and technology prevalent to the marketplace. IPTEX 2012 is scheduled from February 9–11, 2012 at the Bombay Exhibition Center in Mumbai, India.
35 Real-World Job Training the Lean Way -- And Loving It (September 2011)
Make no mistake -- lean manufacturing is here to stay. And no wonder. As a fiercely competitive global economy continues to alter companies’ “Main Street” thinking, that relatively new dynamic is spurring the need for “I-need-it-yesterday” production output. And for increasingly more industries -- big or small -- that means getting as lean as you can, as fast as you can.
36 Tapping into the Wind Gearbox Supply Chain (January/February 2010)
Although typically considered a late bloomer in the call to wind energy arms, the United States is now the
number one wind power producer in the world with over 25,000 MW installed by the end of 2008, according to the Global Wind Energy Council in January 2009.
37 Turbine Gearbox Inspection - Steady Work in a Shaky Wind Market (August 2013)
Having outlasted the worldwide Great Recession, the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) forecasts a constant growth in wind energy, i.e.: "increase in worldwide capacity to 460,000 MW by 2015."
38 S1 Units Measurements and Equivalencies (September/October 1987)
Throughout the history of civilization attempts have been made to limit the number of the measuring systems in use with the result that today only two systems, English and metric, are practiced in the industrial nations. Globally, the metric system has been gaining ground, and the English system has been losing it. As of 1986, only the United States, Burma and Brunei remain uncommitted to metric conversion in the sense that no government controlled deadlines for the conversion have been established.
News Items About global
1 Klas Forsström Named Global President of Sandvik Coromant (October 21, 2011)
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2 Moventas Expands Global Manufacturing Reach (September 22, 2010)
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3 Gleason Hosts Global Customers at Gear Solutions Forum (July 9, 2010)
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4 IQwind is Awarded Red Herring Top 100 Global Company (March 19, 2009)
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5 Marposs Wins Global Supplier Award (February 7, 2006)
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6 Global restructuring of SAMP manufacturing locations (February 1, 2010)
Star SU partner SAMP S.p.a announced that it will consolidate, restructure and relocate its Chemnitz, Germany and Ortona, Italy manufactu... Read News
7 AMB Preps for Growth in Global Wind (March 6, 2012)
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8 IHS Examines Global Geared Products Expansion (November 6, 2013)
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9 Global Distributed Gear Production (August 13, 2013)
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10 Wall Colmonoy Partners With MetaGlobal (March 4, 2013)
Wall Colmonoy’s European headquarters in Pontardawe, Wales has reached a distributor partnership agreement with Portuguese based su... Read News
11 Sunnen Receives Global Pioneer Award (June 15, 2012)
Sunnen Products Company has received the 2012 Global Pioneer Award from the St. Louis Regional International Partnership (SLRIP). The awa... Read News
12 HOTA Releases Hartech Gear Machines for Global Market (November 13, 2013)
HOTA Industrial Mfg Co., Ltd. has been committed to gear production improvement since its founding in 1966. The company recently forecast... Read News