Gear Production

SEP 2015

Gear Production

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September 2015—1 4 14 C O N T E N T S S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 5 PUBLISHER Travis Egan EDITOR Russ Willcutt SR. MANAGING EDITOR Kate Hand ASSISTANT EDITOR Jedd Cole ART DIRECTOR Kenny Snowball ADVERTISING MANAGER William Caldwell 2 The Pitchline Quality Is King While craftsmanship can be detected in a number of ways, it's a pleasure to see it in action. By Russ Willcutt F E A T U R E S 4 A Map for Market Expansion How one gear manufacturer freed itself from the captive-shop model by adopting new technologies and expanding its customer base to protect against economic uncertainties. By Russ Willcutt 10 Sophisticated Software for Solid Gear Design Whether your computer platform is standalone or part of a suite, desktop or on the cloud, there's a gear design package developed specifcally to meet your needs. By Lawrence S. Gould 14 Cutting Gears with Multitasking Machines Multitasking machines provide an excellent point of entry for machine shops interested in adding gear manufacturing to their list of capabilities rather than subcontracting the work. By Mike Finn 18 Product News On Display at Gear Expo 2015

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