Products/Services for Involute Gear Cutter

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    Gear Cutters and Hobs - (49 companies)
    Gear cutters and hobs are tools for machining gear-tooth profiles. They are ground to produce teeth, usually of an involute form, in standard American pitches or metric modules. Specialty or custom gear hobs are frequently available from gear hob...
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    Gearboxes and Gearheads - (947 companies)
    Helical gears join shafts that are parallel. The involute teeth of the helical gears are cut at an angle to the axis of the rotation. If there are two mating helical gears in the gearing arrangement of the gearbox, then they must have equal helix angle...
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    Gears - (600 companies)
    Gears are rotating mechanical devices employing 'teeth' in order to transmit torque between separate axes. Two or more cooperating gears are called a transmission and can produce a mechanical advantage by changing speed, torque or rotation direction...
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    Milling Cutters - (858 companies)
    SpecSearch database also contains information about many other types of milling cutters. These include plunge, thread, and button mills; single-angle and double-angle cutters; and gear hobs. Some cutting tools are designed to produce a smooth radius...
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    Broaches - (145 companies)
    ...or surface finishing. Broaches are used in a variety of manufacturing and industrial applications to create holes or cut surfaces. Broaches are also used to cut square keyways or splines on mechanical devices such as gears, drive shafts, and pulleys...
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    Gear Manufacturing Services - (408 companies)
    ...in the center of a gear or pulley for drive traction. Splines can be involuted or straight sided. Rollers are used for conveyors and other belt drives. Sprockets include toothed components that engage a chain or perforations in a driven belt...
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    Gear Manufacturing Machines - (60 companies)
    ...of gears and can act as gear cutting, forming and finishing machines. Gear manufacturing machines may be manual, semiautomatic, or automatic. Hobbing is a process of generating a gear by means of a cutter, called a hob, that revolves and cuts like...
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    Gear Pumps - (527 companies)
    Gear pumps use intermeshing gears to pump various types of liquids. Typically, one gear is the driver and the other is free wheeling. The gears have very tight tolerances so that the fluid being pumped cannot pass through them. Common uses for gear...
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    Landing Gear - (35 companies)
    Landing gear, or undercarriages, serve as structural support for aircraft when stationed on the ground, and facilitate takeoff, taxiing, and landing. Tires are often used to allow motion, but floats, skis, and skids are also possible depending...
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    Metric Gears - (79 companies)
    Metric gears are defined by module, which designates the center-to-center distance between successive teeth. This criteria of gear selection is used in countries which have adopted the metric system and is intended to standardize gear selection. How...
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