Big GearsThe January/February issue of Gear Technology featured two technical articles on big gears. Read Development of High-Hardness-Cast Gears for High-Power Mining Applications and Repair of Large, Surface-Degraded Industrial Gears - a New Approach in the Current Issue.
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The Results Are InGear Technology's annual State of the Gear Industry survey results are in. Find out how your 2016 compared with the rest of the industry, and find out if your expectations for 2017 are on par with your peers.
CLC: Made in Italy. Making Chips in America.
Time to upgrade your gear cutting? CLC hobbers and shapers offer the competitive method for cutting big gears (up to 118" diameter). With machine installations underway backed by Koepfer America's technical support, CLC is making a big impact in America. Consider CLC for your next gear cutting machine project.
Seminar: An Introduction to Gear Process Engineering
March 7-9, 2017 — Don't miss the 3-day seminar featuring 7 Gear Industry Experts who will present the fundamentals of successful gear processing for new engineers. The seminar is sponsored by Arvin Global Solutions and will be held at the Northern Illinois University Facility in Naperville, Illinois. For more information, go to www.ArvinGlobalSolutions.com
Small Batch Production Made in the USA
While manufacturing is our profession, gear cutting is our craft. We have the ability to cut a wide range of gears up to 126" in diameter, with a focus and expertise in bevel gearing up to 80" in diameter. See our complete range of capacities here.
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