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   Gear Manufacturing Technology Update       October 31, 2018

Everything-Friendly Lubricants

By Alex Cannella, Associate Editor

Lubricant experts are doing more than ever to make their products less toxic and harmful to everything from the environment to the people using them — which comes with plenty of extra benefits for productivity, too!

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Gear Chamfering & Deburring with Gottfried Klein of Gleason

In this episode of Revolutions, Gear Technology Associate Editor Alex Cannella sat down with Gottfried Klein of the Gleason Corporation to discuss the latest technologies in gear chamfering and deburring.

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Gear Carburizing in Vacuum

Gear Carburizing in Vacuum

Solar Atmospheres provides low pressure vacuum carburizing (LPVC) that significantly increases the surface hardness/strength of steel parts for improved friction and wear. Performing LPVC in a vacuum furnace eliminates oxygen and prevents IGO (intergranular oxidation) that is inherent in atmospheric carburizing, resulting in clean parts with less distortion reducing post process finishing operations, and costs.

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CaseMaster Evolution® can double your heat treating productivity

CaseMaster Evolution® can double your heat treating productivity

For gear heat treaters looking to dramatically improve throughput without increasing their equipment’s footprint, SECO/VACUUM’S CaseMaster Evolution® multi-chamber vacuum furnace can be equipped with both oil and high pressure gas quenching. Advantages include increased productivity, faster carburizing cycles, consistent processing of dense loads, and less distortion.

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Forest City Gear Takes a Closer Look

Forest City Gear Takes a Closer Look

Forest City Gear uses an EVO Cam advanced full-HD digital microscope for faster visual inspection of precision parts. As compared to the traditional stereoscopes typically used for visual parts inspection, the EVO Cam offers Forest City Gear a much faster and more accurate way to detect for burrs, tears and other surface finish anomalies that might exist in workpieces after machining.

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