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

  • Gear Production
  • Roaring Out of the Recession

    During the economic downturn, investments in technology and training, coupled with trimming waste in all areas of production, resulted in a stronger company with a healthier bottom line once the financial skies had cleared.

  • Gear Production
  • Inside Ford Sharonville Transmission: Producing 19 Million Gears a Year

    The men and women at Ford Sharonville have turned the art of gear making into a science. They make them precisely. And they make plenty of them.

  • Gear Production
  • Driveline Design for Superior Gears

    New software is designed to deliver increased innovation, faster time to market and improved product quality for ground vehicle, wind turbine and geared transmission manufacturers.

    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
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  • 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.

    BLOGS

    2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE AWC

    You’ve heard it and probably even said it. “If you can’t say something nice about someone”—or something—“don’t say anything at all.” I thought about stopping this right here. [long pause] But, obviously, I didn’t.

    Cadillac Type 57: Over There & Now at the Library of Congress

    We must admit that we knew absolutely nothing about the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) when we learned last week that a 1918 Cadillac Type 57 was being added to the HAER and to the Historic Vehicle Association’s National Historic Vehicle Register.

    BMW and the Ultimate DC Charging Machine

    Imagine pulling up to a gas station with a GM, Ford, Honda, Toyota, Etc. logo and topping off your tank and driving away without having put a charge on a credit card or cash.