Parallel Axis Gear Grinding: Theory & Application
The article "Parallel Axis Gear Grinding: Theory & Application" appeared in the November/December 2000 issue of Gear Technology.
The goal of gear drive design is to transit power and motion with constant angular velocity. Current trends in gear drive design require greater load carrying capacity and increased service life in smaller, quieter, more efficient gearboxes. Generally, these goals are met by specifying more accurate gears. This, combined with the availability of user-friendly CNC gear grinding equipment, has increased the use of ground gears.
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