Gear Production

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Gear Production is a new supplement to both Modern Machine Shop and Automotive Design & Production magazines. View a digital version of the supplement here. The Gear Production Zone covers all phases of gear manufacturing. That includes gear generation on traditional gear cutting and finishing equipment. Also covered is cutting gears on machining centers and other non-traditional equipment.

ARTICLES

Liebherr LGG 180, 280
  • Gear Production
  • Large-Scale Grinders Promote Reproducibility

    The Liebherr LGG 180 and 280 grinding machines use a one-table design and updated grinding head to quicken twist-free profile and generating grinding.

    R&P Metrology RPG PM 750/1250
  • Gear Production
  • Portable Metrology Measures Large Gears

    R&P Metrology’s RPG PM 750/1250 portable gear metrology machine, available from Kapp Technologies, is able to check spur and helical gears of virtually any size.

    DMG MORI DMC 80 FD DuoBlock
  • Gear Production
  • Multitasking Machine Speeds Production with Power Skiving Process

    DMG MORI will exhibit its DMC 80 FD DuoBlock multitasking machine offering power skiving capabilities.

  • Gear Production
  • Robot-Equipped Grinding Cell Reduces Cycle Time

    Gosiger Automation offers a grinding cell that combines an Okuma GA-47 grinder with a FANUC robot that is equipped with a vision system.

    Transor Filter
  • Gear Production
  • Filter System with Online Performance Monitoring

    Transor Filter will showcase its latest filtration system, designed for applications of one micron filtration (OMF), including ceramic applications and filtration for crankshafts.

    BLOGS

    Making Draft Selections, Automotive Style

    Car and Driver.

    Bentley Goes Racing

    It has been several years since we’ve had the opportunity to drive—maybe that should be pilot—a Bentley, but our recollection is that it is the most sumptuous and powerful car we’ve ever been in.

    Brembo Invests Big in Brake. . .Castings

    Generally, it seems that when people think about high-tech automotive components, they tend to think of things that are more along the lines of things silicon-based.