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   Gear Manufacturing Technology Update       September 27, 2017

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Planning for Disasters AND Successes

In this month's posts, resident blogger Chuck Schultz takes on a number of topics revolving around the necessity of planning. In Fundamentals, Chuck talks about the importance of your organization's succession planning and how to develop the next gear expert in your system. In Mini Disasters, he describes how it doesn't necessarily take an earthquake or major hurricane to ruin your day. In What is Your Elevator Pitch?, Chuck talks about the importance of preparing for important industry events like the upcoming Gear Expo.

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Metrology is what WE do

The accuracy of our all-granite, air bearing systems provides you unparalleled consistency over the life of the machine. Our intuitive software enables you to simply monitor your process and deliver quality products to your customer, guaranteed.

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Most Compact Installation of Low Pressure Carburizing and Carbonitriding Furnace

Most Compact Installation of Low Pressure Carburizing and Carbonitriding Furnace

ICBP® NANO is the latest product in the range of Low Pressure Carburizing and Carbonitriding furnaces, which uses technologies already proven on over 200 installations and 1,000 ICBP® heating cells throughout the world.

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Efficient, easy handling and ergonomic - the KN<sup>e</sup>3P.

Efficient, easy handling and ergonomic - the KNe3P.

Gear profile grinding on a new level! With the KNe3P, Kapp Niles rolls out a machine that performs at the usual high quality level at a surprising price. Delivery within months and fully operational within days, your KNe3P will be an instant favorite on your shop floor due to its excellent ergonomics and intuitive user interface. Join the club with new KNe3P.

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 We're Crown Shaping Without the Cams

We're Crown Shaping Without the Cams

At Forest City Gear we're using our ultra-modern CNC Shapers to crown gears and splines without the need to order the special crowning cam that's normally required. We'll cut your crowning costs and delivery times. Contact:
quotes@forestcitygear.com
815-623-5256
www.forestcitygear.com


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Gleason 300GMSL Lights Up Inspection at Gear Expo

Gleason 300GMSL Lights Up Inspection at Gear Expo

Among the most noteworthy of the new technologies at Gear Expo 2017 will be the Gleason 300GMSL Inspection System, the industry's first non-contact multi-sensor inspection system with both cylindrical gear and bevel gear measuring capability. Also on display: 500CB for automated bevel gear cutter build; 400HCD Hobbing Machine with integrated chamfer 'fly cutting'; and much more! Visit Booths 1411 and 1628.

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Gear Expo 2017 — The Drive Technology Show

Gear Expo 2017 — The Drive Technology Show

Join thousands of drive technology experts and power transmission professionals for three days of industry-related events.

Gear Expo is where gear buyers, end users, manufacturers, and engineers from power transmission industries come to discover innovative technologies, network, and build relationships.


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Single-Piece Flow Vacuum Furnace Streamlines Gear Production

Single-Piece Flow Vacuum Furnace Streamlines Gear Production

New continuous vacuum furnace from SECO/VACUUM utilizes low-pressure vacuum carburizing in combination with 4-D® high-pressure gas quenching. Every part is heat-treated in an identical manner using the same process parameters and part movement, resulting in consistent, repeatable, high-quality parts.

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