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1 The War: Coming September 2007 (August 2007)

Publisher Michael Goldstein had a chance to preview Ken Burns' documentary series about WWII, and he shares some of his thoughts.

2 Letters to the Editor (November/December 2007)

Letters from readers in response to past issues...

3 America’s Arsenal of Democracy (March/April 2021)

While we recently celebrated women in manufacturing and engineering on International Women’s Day on March 8, 2021 there is rarely a day that goes by that I don’t think back to the stories my own grandmother, Laurel McKinley (Hartner), shared about her experience working at the Willow Run manufacturing complex during World War II.

4 Industry Forum (July/August 1985)

In response to Ed Uberts letter, we have come a long way in gearing since WWII. The Europeans do use long addendum pinions in many cases. This modification does improve load capacity, sliding conditions and the working life of a gearset. When modifying a pinion tooth it is necessary to modify the gear tooth or adjust the center distance accordingly but we will leave that to the designers.

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1 IMTS Cancelled for the First Time Since WWII (June 9, 2020)
Because of health and safety requirements imposed by the state of Illinois for holding conventions, which include the availability of a v... Read News