Gear Grinding Techniques Parallel Axes Gears
The article "Gear Grinding Techniques Parallel Axes Gears" appeared in the March/April 1985 issue of Gear Technology.
The fundamental purpose of gear grinding is to consistently and economically produce "hard" or "soft" gear tooth elements within the accuracy required by the gear functions. These gear elements include tooth profile, tooth spacing, lead or parallelism, axial profile, pitch line runout, surface finish, root fillet profile, and other gear geometry which contribute to the performance of a gear train.
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