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Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic
Ajax TOCCO induction heat treating systems are being used successfully throughout the world for hardening, annealing, stress relieving, tempering, brazing, bonding, shrink fitting, and many other processes requiring fast, efficient, economical heating. These processes are being applied to virtually any shape of part ranging in size from fractions of an inch to substantial lengths and diameters. With more than 90 years of technical development and experience, Ajax TOCCO analyzes customerís requirements to provide reliable, efficient, and cost effective solutions to meet their needs.
Comtorgage Corporation manufactures a variety of hand-held, indicating gages (analog or digital) designed and built to measure various characteristics of machined, molded, forged, and pressed parts. Comtorgages are intended for use on the shop floor, or in the lab, wherever there is a requirement for frequent, and accurate monitoring of specific dimensions, with or without data collection.
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1 Measurement Error Induced by Measuring over Pins Instead of Balls (January/February 1996)
The purpose of this article is to clarify some terms and methods used in measuring the size of gears. There is also an explanation given of the error induced and how to correct for it in certain cases when the measurement is made using pins instead of balls.
2 Quality Gear Inspection - Part I (September/October 1994)
Quality gear inspection means doing the "right" inspections "right." A lot of time and money can be spent doing the wrong types of inspections related to function and doing them incorrectly. As we will discover later, such things as runout can creep into the manufacturing and inspection process and completely ruin any piece of data that is taken. this is one of the most important problems to control for quality inspection.
3 Measuring Pitch Diameter (September/October 2005)
Wait a minute, we don't measure pitch diameter. We're sometimes asked to measure it by customers, though, especially ones with older drawings.