November/December 2021

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Feature Articles

2021 Buyer's Guide
The 2021 Gear Technology Buyers Guide was compiled to provide you with a handy resource containing the contact information for significant suppliers of machinery, tooling, supplies and services used in gear manufacturing.

Optimizing the Digital Shop Floor
Federal Gear Enables IIoT Platform with MachineMetrics

Lowering the Temperature of Gear Oils with Performance Polymer Technology
Higher operating temperatures can be detrimental for the quality of oil which can, in turn, cause gearbox durability issues.

The Move Toward Systematic Design
E-Mobility is changing the gear market at an incredibly rapid pace. Software is adapting to meet these new challenges.

Technical Articles

Dry Lubricated Rolling-Sliding Contact –Operation Behavior and Calculation of Local Frictional Energy
For certain operating conditions and environments, liquid lubrication of gear drives is not possible, or can only be implemented with great restrictions or at high cost.

The “Metallurgical Notch” in Type B Induction Hardened Gears
Advantages of induction hardening over carburizing, as prepared for the AGMA Metallurgy Committee.

Investigation of the Potential of Using Surrogate Models in the Gear Design Process
The aim of this report is to investigate the potential of using surrogate models within the gear design process.

Departments

The Digital Evolution (Publishers Page)
Digital communications have been a big part of what we do here at Gear Technology since we launched geartechnology.com way back in 1996.

Product News (Product News)
The complete Product News section from the November/December 2021 issue of Gear Technology.

Calendar (Events)
Calendar of early 2022 events

Industry News (Industry News)
he complete Industry News section from the November/December 2021 issue of Gear Technology.

A Gearhead’s Guide to the Holiday Season (Addendum)
What holiday offering do you give the engineer or manufacturer in your life?