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Published: 9/11/2017

Software Simulates Spiral Bevel Gear Machining, Cylindrical Hobbing
Gear Expo 2017: Third Wave Systems will showcase two versions of its AdvantEdge gear machining software for simulating spiral bevel gear (SBG) machining and cylindrical hobbing processes.

Published: 9/8/2017

Grinding Center Sharpens Gear Tools
Gear Expo 2017: Haas will feature the Multigrind five-axis grinding center, which was designed for manufacturing and sharpening gear tools such as hobs.

Published: 9/6/2017

Coordinate Measuring Machines Provide a Range of Capabilities
Gear Expo 2017: Zeiss will introduce its line of DuraMax coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) for application flexibility.

Published: 9/5/2017

Hobbing Center Available with Worm Screw Power Skiving
Gear Expo 2017: Affolter Technologies will show its AF110 Plus small gear hobbing center.

Published: 9/4/2017

Grinding Fluid Lasts Years without Regeneration, Exchange
Gear Expo 2017: Oelheld will feature its DiaGrind 535-15 high-speed grinding fluid, a blend of additives and base oils designed to go years without requiring regeneration or complete exchange.

Published: 8/4/2017

Gear Skiving Machines with Direct-Drive Tables Handle High Workpiece Speeds
EMO 2017: Liebherr will feature its LK 300 and 500 gear skiving machines, which are based on components of corresponding large hobbing machines. 

Published: 4/7/2017

Live Tooling Head Enables Angled Milling, Gear Skiving
Exsys Tool’s 90-degree skiving, drilling and milling head enables angled drilling and milling capabilities on turning centers as well as gear skiving operations.

Published: 2/28/2017

Gear Skiving Machine Cuts Internal Gears, Stacked Pinion Gears
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ MMS300 Super Skiving gear machine is intended to maximize the performance of the company’s three-tier skiving tool.

Published: 11/30/2016

Hobbing Machines for Dry Cutting Applications
Star SU offers the Bourn and Koch 400 H seven-axis horizontal hobbing machine featuring a FANUC CNC and point-to-point array hobbing capability.

Published: 11/23/2016

Low-Temperature Finishing Process Achieves Break-In Lubricity for Gear Components
Birchwood Technologies’ Tru Temp low-temp black oxide process is said to enable gear component manufacturers to easily achieve break-in lubricity, robust corrosion protection and galling resistance on critical components