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Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Gear Cutting Practice




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Description
Both the increasing use of gearing and the greater demands made for strength, efficiency, and quietness make it necessary for the mechanic to be familiar with the latest methods used by
gear makers. Only enough of the theory of gearing is given in this book to make the terms used clear to the reader without previous gear experience.

All of the data given have been secured from what are believed to be the best sources of information and the authorities are given, both as a source of reference and as an acknowledgment of the assistance received. The recommendations and the standards of the American Gear Manufacturers Association are quoted freely as these represent standard practice in many shops, Automobile practice is also given, both in the selection and heat treatment of the steels used and in the methods used, because this represents advanced methods of making gears that are strong and quiet.

Content:-
PREFACE
CHAPTER 1: GEARS AND GEAR CUTTING PRACTICE
CHAPTER 2: SPUR GEARS AND CIRCULAR CUTTERS
CHAPTER 3: THE SHAPING METHOD OF CUTTING GEARS
CHAPTER 4: HELICAL AND HERRINGBONE GEARS
CHAPTER 5: HOSS AND CUTTERS
CHAPTER 6: BEVEL GEARS
CHAPTER 7: WORMS AND WORM GEARS
CHAPTER 8: INTERNAL GEARS
CHAPTER 9: BURNISHING, SHAVING, LAPPING AND GRINDING GEAR TEETH
CHAPTER 10: HEAT TREANTENT OF GEARS
CHAPTER 11: INSPECTION METHODS
GEARING USED IN INDEXING
INDEX

Author Details
"Fred Colvin"

"Frank Stanley"




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