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Company Profile: Metallurgical High Vacuum

Exceeding the customer's expectations is always the goal for this remanufacturer of vacuum process equipment.
Tim Byrd

Reducing Gear Size for Compact Transmission...

Reducing gear size can deliver the same torque load while creating better bending fatigue performance relative to the original gear.
B. Lynn Ferguson, Zhichao (Charlie) Li & Andrew Freborg

Mathematical Modelling of the Vacuum Carburizing...

The primary goal of simulation is to predict the course of the process and the final properties of the product.
Maciej Korecki, Ph.D., Eng. , Prof. Piotr Kula, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.,...

Case Study: SECO/Warwick and ABB Instrument...

SECO/Warwick commissioned a roller hearth furnace system to ABB, an instrument transformer facility in Pinetops, North Carolina. ABB is a leading supplier of voltage and current...
Jessica Warren, Mike Bricker , Eric Schreiber & Mike Schmidt

Some Basic Mathematical Elements On Steel Heat...

The basic elements of the mathematical modeling of steel heat treating, for the heating-cooling industrial procedure applied to a helical gear.
J. M. Díaz Moreno, C. García Vázquez, F. Ortegón Gallego, M. T....

Case Study: Company: Phoenix Contact/Customer:...

OEM furnace builder supports its equipment worldwide via remote access.
Larry Moore

Investigations on Tooth Root Bending Strength of...

Dr. Nick Bretl, Stefan Schurer, Dr. Thomas Tobie, Prof. Dr. Karsten ...

Company Profile: Park Thermal International

Park Thermal has been an innovator in the field of heat treatment since 1938. Today, its products and services are found all over the world.
Tim Byrd

Increased Productivity Combining C/C Fixturing...

Carbon/carbon composite materials offer unique technical advantages over other materials.
Daniel H. Herring, Bill Warwick & Mike Lifshits

Vacuum Carburizing Large Gears

Manufacturing large, high precision gears requires an investment of machine time, materials, and design.
Nels Plough

Heat Treat 101: A Primer

The manufacture of precision gearing depends, to a great extent, on heat treating as a core competency.
Daniel H. Herring & Frederick J. Otto

Tooth-by-Tooth Induction Hardening of Gears (and...

For induction hardening of gears, the devil is in the details.
Sandra J Midea, P.E. & David Lynch

Flame Hardening Gears

For gear manufacturers in particular, the ability to focus the heat and scan each tooth with the upmost precision every time is especially beneficial.
Bruce Curry

Heat Treatment of Large Components

There are three important surface hardening methods used to improve and expand the technical use of gear components. Design and material engineers must decide which hardening...
Gerhard Reese & William Andreski

Advantages of Induction Hardening with No Soft...

In contrast to conventional carburizing, induction hardening is performed only on the highly loaded surfaces where it is needed, such as bearing races and gear teeth.
Torston Schaefer & Dirk M. Schibisch
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