Gear Technology Product Alert
   Gear Manufacturing Technology Update        March 12, 2014
Accu-Drive Precision Gear Grinding

Precision Gear Grinding

Spur/Helical up to 59" OD, 26" Face. Accurate Quotes, Competitive Prices and Fast Turn-Around, including emergency breakdown support. Trusted by OEM, MRO and Gear Job Shop customers for nearly two decades. Your project is as important to us as it is to you. Call (773) 376-4906...

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Samputensili G250

Samputensili G250

Star SU offers the Samputensili G250 vertical grinding machine that has been developed for very low cycle times and top-quality and efficient mass production of gears with outside diameters up to 250 mm and shafts with lengths up to 550 mm...

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Applied Process Inc.

Applied Process Inc. makes bigger parts, better.

Only Applied Process has the furnace - and the finesse - to produce austempered iron and steel parts that weigh in excess of 10 tons. Parts that are stronger, lighter, quieter, more wear resistant. Parts that contribute to more energy efficient operations in countless applications and increase performance while decreasing overall cost of production. Visit us online at

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GS Series High Speed Gear-boxes

Main Performance Parameters:

  • Power P=200 ~ 50000 kW
  • High speed shaft speed n=1000 ~ 20000 r/min
  • Gear pitch circle line velocity v=25 ~ 180 m/s
  • Nominal transmission ratio i=1.0 ~ 8.0
  • Operating temperature T=-40 ~ 45°
  • Gears precision 5 ~ 6 GB/T10095 (AGMA 12 ~ 11)
  • Forward/reverse operation

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Advanced heat treatment furnace saves time and money

Advanced heat treatment furnace saves time and money

ATLAS atmosphere heat treatment furnaces with integral quench from Ipsen are highly engineered machines designed from the ground up to simplify operation and maintenance while saving money and resources. With Ipsen's new HybridCarb gassing system, process gas is recycled, increasing efficiency up to 90%...

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Gear Technology Blog

Join Gear Technology Technical Editor Charles D. Schultz in dicussions about gear standards, training, the history of gearing and much more at the Gear Technology blog. In his most recent post, Schultz is "Hunting for an Argument" about the need for a hunting tooth ratio in gear design. Comments and contributions are welcome...

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