January/February 2005

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Technical Articles

Good Basic Design or Sophisticated Flank Optimizations - Each at the Right Time
More strength, less noise. Those are two major demands on gears, including bevel and hypoid gears.

New Approach to Computerized Design of Spur and Helical Gears
Applying "Dynamic Block Contours" allows the designer to predict gear quality at the earliest stage of the design process.

Tooth Flank Corrections of Wide Face Width Helical Gears that Account for Shaft Deflections
This paper discusses the influence of tip relief, root relief, load modification, end relief and their combinations on gear stresses and transmission errors due to shaft deflections.


Holroyd Launches New Gear Grinder
New machine promises DIN 2 accuracy and unique features at low cost.

Robust Transmission Design Through Automated Optimization of Virtual Prototypes
Romax Technology is automating the design iteration process to allow companies to be faster to market with the highest quality, most robust gear products.

A Planetary System that Increases Power Density
Turnkey Design Services is manufacturing a planetary gear system to increase power density.


The Perfect Complement (Publishers Page)
Publisher Michael Goldstein announces the launch of sister publication Gear Product News.

Product News (Product News)
The complete Product News section from January/February 2005

Events (Events)
The complete Events section from January/February 2005, including coverage of a vacuum carburizing conference.

Industry News (Industry News)
The complete Industry News from January/February 2005.

Running Gear (Addendum)
The Addendum team has seen the future of running, and it's geared.