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Non-Standard Cylindrical Gears

The article "Non-Standard Cylindrical Gears" appeared in the November/December 2004 issue of Gear Technology.

Curved face width (CFW) spur gears are not popular in the gear industry. But these non-metallic gears have advantages over standard spur gears: higher contact ratio, higher tooth stiffness, and lower contact and bending stresses.

plastic, non-standard, curved face width, spur gears

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