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   Gear Manufacturing Technology Update       June 24, 2020

Inside Look at the Hard Finishing Cell

Gleason Combines Threaded Wheel Grinding with GRSL Gear Inspection By Dr. Antoine Türich

At the 2019 MPT show in Detroit, Michigan, Gleason unveiled for the first time its new Hard Finishing Cell (HFC) with integrated, 100% inspection of all gears in process.

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Emuge Offers Efficient, Quick-Change Workholding

Controlling production costs is critical for today’s gear manufacturers, especially when factoring in global economic pressures. One key effective cost savings measure is using a quality quick-change workholding system (QCS). A quality quick-change workholding system can increase machine up-time, resulting in greater production on existing machines. Also, by minimizing the changeover time from one workpiece to another, investing in quick-change workholding for new machines can often reduce the number of machines needing to be purchased.

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Learn more about AGMA’s Motion + Power Technology Expo

Learn more about AGMA’s Motion + Power Technology Expo

Mark your calendar for in-person education, networking and product demonstrations at AGMA’s Motion + Power Technology Expo, formerly Gear Expo, September 14-16, 2021, in St. Louis, Missouri. At MPT Expo, you’ll see the full range of power transmission solutions, utilizing mechanical power transmission, pneumatics, hydraulics, electric motors, and drives.

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