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Big Machining for Big Machinery
A significant investment in machining equipment, including an advanced five-axis, 6-meter profile grinding machine, is enabling this Southwestern shop to be more competitive at producing large-scale gears, shafts and other mining components.
Article Published: 3/19/2013
Pavilion Highlights Partnerships in Multifunctional Gear Machining
In a niche market like gear manufacturing, the advantage goes to the company that seizes each opportunity when it comes to new technology.
Article Published: 9/10/2012
Gearing Up to Make Big Gears
Over the years, this Indiana job shop/contract manufacturer developed a specialty in gear making. Now it is taking this specialty to a grander scale. Two large machines for high-precision internal gear grinding are the main anchors of the company’s ...
Article Published: 8/18/2011
From Blank to Box
Global Gear & Machining created a new cell that requires no human intervention.
Article Published: 9/22/2010
Cutting Spiral Bevel Gears On A Five-Axis Machining Center
To produce high-precision ring gears in low- to mid-volumes, an emerging option is the use of five-axis machining centers. Mitsui Seiki CNC vertical and horizontal machining centers are being used in this application.
Article Published: 9/23/2009
Why We Use Honing
 A gear manufacturer describes the advantages it realizes by sizing and finishing bores through automated honing.
Article Published: 5/1/2007
Getting In Gear With An Automated Cell
This production cell embodies several unusual but very effective concepts for keeping process variables under control with little operator intervention.
Article Published: 10/15/2002
Internal Grinding Spindle Listens To See
This company has taken the use of acoustical technology for grinding machines in a different direction. It has placed a wide frequency acoustic sensor directly into the high frequency spindle of an internal grinder.
Article Published: 10/15/2002

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