Gear Generating Using Rack Cutters
The article "Gear Generating Using Rack Cutters" appeared in the October/November 1984 issue of Gear Technology.
Universal machines capable of cutting both spur and helical gears were developed in 1910, followed later by machines capable of cutting double helical gears with continuous teeth. Following the initial success, the machines were further developed both in England and France under the name Sunderland, and later in Switzerland under the name Maag.
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