Gear Manufacturing Technology Update       April 4, 2018
NACHI Skiving Cutter For Cutting Internal Gears

NACHI Skiving Cutter For Cutting Internal Gears

Skiving is a flexible, efficient & cost effective method for machining internal gears in small to mid-size lots. Skiving cycle times are 50% or more shorter than conventional gear shaping. NACHI's full suite of gear cutting experience combines the most state-of-the-art materials, coating technology & design to create the perfect combination of long tool life and precision.


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The New Blue: Improving Workholding Life

The New Blue: Improving Workholding Life

Gleason's new segmented collet design meets the need for more reliable, accurate, and universal bore clamping for a wide range of cylindrical — and some bevel — gear production applications. Eight sizes cover bore diameters from 20 to 100 mm. Available for Gleason workholding solutions and for use on all types of Gleason and non-Gleason gear production machines.


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Dillon Chuck Jaws Large Diameter Boring Ring

Dillon Chuck Jaws Large Diameter Boring Ring

Dillon Chuck Jaws introduced an 18" diameter boring ring. Its relatively light weight allows customers the same ease boring out 18" diameter blank top jaws as is had when forming smaller diameters using the smaller sized boring rings.

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