October-December 2012
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I N D I A’ S G E A R A N D P O W E R T R A N S M I S S I O N R E S O U R C E
BUYERS GUIDE
GEAR MANUFACTURING POWER
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BUYERS GUIDE
20Machine Tools, Cutting Tools,
Supplies and Services
Everything you need to manufacture gears.
27 Power Transmission
Components
Gears, bearings, motors, gear drives,
couplings, etc.
34Buyers Guide Index: A to Z
A comprehensive listing of companies in
the industry.
16
F E AT U R E S
16 Metrology Basics
“Gearmetrics” simplified.
T E C H N I CA L A R T I C L E S
42 Ask The Expert
Getting a grip on profile shift.
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46 Wear-Resistant Bearings
Timken surface engineering advances
prolong bearing life.
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D E PA R T M E N T S
6 Publisher’s Page
One Year Down, Many Yet to Come
8 Product News
Romax gearbox/driveline design software
54 Industry News
Shop talk, announcements, comings and
goings
58 Events/Calendar
November 28–30: Wind Power India 2012;
December 7–10: India Packaging Show 2012
59 Advertiser Index
Every advertiser in this issue
60 INsight
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I N D I A’ S G E A R A N D P O W E R T R A N S M I S S I O N R E S O U R C E
BUYERS GUIDE
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MACHINES, TOOLING TRANSMISSION
AND SERVICES COMPONENTS
FEATURE
Metrology Basics
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• Wear-ResistantBearings
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P u b l i s h e r ’s P a g e
One Year Down,
Many Yet to Come
This marks the final issue of our first year of publication
of Gear Technology India. As such, it’s an appropriate time
to reflect on all we’ve accomplished, as well as to look forward to all of the accomplishments we hope to achieve in
2013 and the coming years.
By almost any measure, the first year of Gear Technology
India has been a resounding success. We have heard nothing but positive comments from our readers and advertisers
about how this magazine fills a void in the Indian marketplace. We are proud to have brought this magazine to life
and provided this valuable service to the industry.
A large part of the service we provide is to be the industry’s meeting place, not only for the exchange of ideas and
technical information, but also as a mechanism to facilitate
trade. Connecting buyers and sellers in our industry is a
big part of our mission; that’s why we feature product news
prominently every issue. It’s why we include profiles of
industry suppliers.
It’s also why, with this issue of Gear Technology India,
we present our first ever Gear Industry and Power
Transmission Components Buyers Guide. The Buyers
Guide represents many months of work gathering information and compiling results.
Our Buyers Guide is divided into two main parts:
Section 1 deals with machine tools, tooling and services—specifically those used to manufacture gears. If your
company manufactures gears, splines, sprockets or similar
components, then you’ll find suppliers of all the equipment
and services you need in this section.
Section 2 focuses on mechanical power transmission components. Those of you who are involved with buying, specifying or recommending components like gears, bearings,
motors, belts, clutches and couplings can look to our Buyers
Guide for a comprehensive selection of suppliers, listed by
product category.
Just as our first year of publication was only the first step
in a long journey, so too is this printed buyers guide only the
beginning. Starting next year, we’ll be launching the online
version of our Buyers Guide at www.geartechnologyindia.
com. In the online version, you’ll have access to even more
comprehensive listings of suppliers and their products and
services. In addition, we’ll keep the online version continually updated with the latest information, and those companies
that have not yet been listed will get a chance to do so.
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first year a success. Of course, that begins with you, the
readers. Without you, there would be no need for what we
do. We would also like to thank all of our advertisers, whose
support allows us to continue with confidence into next year
and beyond.
Finally, I’d like to thank all of our friends and partners
at Virgo Publications, whose tireless efforts to promote the
magazine to potential readers and advertisers are a large part
of our success.
Even though the first year is complete, what we’ve done
so far is just build a foundation for the future. In fact, we’re
already hard at work planning and preparing for the first
issues of 2013. We have much in store for you next year, and
we’re excited to have you continue this journey with us.
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Romax Technology
Launches Gearbox and
Driveline Design Software
Package
Romax Technology, a gearbox, bearing and driveline
engineering specialist, has launched a new design software
package that will increase speed, quality, creativity and
innovation when designing gearboxes and drivelines. Called
Concept, the new product delivers on the Romax vision of
streamlining the end-to-end, planning-to-manufacture process with open, easy to use software solutions. It has been
developed in close collaboration with engineers in the largest
ground vehicle, wind energy and industrial equipment companies around the globe.
The result is a highly intuitive drag-and-drop design environment enabling rapid creation of concept models. It provides semi-automated sizing, definition and rating of gears,
shafts and bearings, with advanced 3-D visualization capability allowing evaluation and manipulation of key parameters. As a result it promotes creativity as new design ideas
can be evaluated rapidly.
Concept also utilizes Romax’s analytical capabilities to
enable initial NVH assessments, as well as preliminary
mechanical design assessments of alternative concepts.
It is applicable for any gear, shaft and bearing system
application, from power tools to mining equipment and from
complex automotive planetary automatic transmissions to
the largest wind turbine gearboxes. The new software not
only enables creativity, effectiveness and efficiency, it also
promotes a seamless workflow either as a stand-alone solution or used in conjunction with other CAD packages.
Its innovative, easy-to-learn interface allows new users to
become productive extremely quickly, which means graduate designers through to experienced gearbox and driveline design teams can use it. Romax Technology Product
Manager, Dr. Jamie Pears, who is heading up the product
launch, believes concept design is one of the most important
aspects of the gearbox and driveline product development
process.
“Early decisions can be crucial in shaping product performance, robustness and durability, as well as minimizing
manufacturing and operating costs,” he said. “However, this
stage of development can be expensive and time consuming
too, meaning that many engineered products fail to reach
their full potential. This next generation design package,
which incorporates many of our advanced analytical algorithms, helps users to pull forward new concepts into robust
and highly optimized designs capable of subsequent detailed
development. It not only saves development time and cost
but also improves the quality and robustness of the finished
product.”
Also supporting Romax’s vision of streamlining end-toend, planning-to-manufacture process is significant new
capability in the company’s flagship products for detailed
design and analysis—RomaxDesigner and RomaxWIND.
This enhanced capability for improved manufacturability
of end-product includes a comprehensive suite of tools that
enables the gear manufacturing process to be considered
as part of the gear design and analysis activities. Romax
announced Concept in October and will be shipping the software in December.
For more information:
Romax Technology
Rutherford House
Nottingham Science & Technology Park
Nottingham NG7 2PZ
United Kingdom
Phone: +(44) (0) 115 951 8800
www.romaxtech.com
Romax Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
3rd Floor, Sai Capital,
Senapati Bapat Road Pune. – 411 016
Phone: 65602288
amol.korde@romaxtech.com
abhijeet.kalbhairav@romaxtech.com
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Grind Master
Develops Gear Finishing
Machines
Grind Master has developed a gear deburring machine
which can be used for deburring large gears. Gears with
a minimum diameter of 200 mm to maximum diameter of
2,000 mm (2 meters.) and maximum weight of 4,000 kg and
module 4 mm to 24 mm can be deburred with this machine.
Features include a six degree of freedom to deburring head
and one degree of freedom to gear which ensures deburring
of spur, helical and spiral bevel gears. Also, the machine is
supplied with removable brushing heads.
Additionally, Grind Master offers a new automatic gear
tooth chamfering and deburring machine for deburring spur,
helical, bevel gears, sprockets, crown wheel gears, etc. This
new concept machine uses carbide cutters for chamfering and deburring. A high-power brushing unit is used for
removing secondary burrs and for achieving a smooth edge
on the gear tooth profile. The machine produces a very
uniform looking chamfer and it does not require in-process
adjustments. The biggest advantage of this new model is low
running cost.
Grind Master also offers an automatic machine for deburring both edges of a tooth simultaneously with two deburring
heads. Crown wheels or gears up to 450 mm diameter and
module 1 to 10 mm can be deburred. The job rotation speed
can be varied from 1 to 6 rpm by an A.C. speed variator. The
job axis can be swiveled up to 20 degrees to obtain uniform
chamfer quality. The deburring heads have all round easy
adjustments to take all types and sizes of gears. Grind Master
also builds special machines for deburring gears up to 2 m in
diameter and one ton in weight. Options include a complete
machine enclosure and dust extraction system.
For more information:
M/S. Grind Master Machines Pvt. Ltd.,
Plot No: B-11, M.I.D.C. Area,
Near Railway Station,
Aurangabad - 431 005,
Maharashtra, India
Phone: 0091-240-376262
Fax: 0091-240-376205, 343393.
grindmas@sancharnet.in
www.mastergrind.com
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KISSsoft
file, allowing for the import into a CAM software for programming of the machining with e.g. a 5-axis CNC milling
machine. Besides worm and worm gear geometry, spiral
bevel gears and cylindrical helical gears may be generated
for direct machining.
Adds Software
Improvements
Gear contact analysis has been improved in KISSsoft software. Increasing the power density of gearboxes requires
gear sets to feature profile and lead corrections. The influence of these corrections, combined with the deflection of
the shafts, bearings and the housing can now be studied in
great detail using the “Tooth contact analysis.” Said analysis
has been improved in KISSsoft version 03-2012 to include
the KHβ calculation according to ISO6336-1, Annex E, as
For more information:
KISSsoft AG
Uetzikon 4
8634 Hombrechtikon
Switzerland
Phone: +(41) 55 254 20 53
www.kisssoft.ch
Kadkraft Systems Pvt. Ltd.
#316, Sector 37-A
CHANDIGARH - 160036
India
Phone:+(91) 0172-2690204
raman.gupta@kadkraft.com
www.kadkraft.com
SKF
Offers Roller and
Engineered Chain Solutions
well as detailed micropitting, flash temperature and EHD
oil film thickness calculation according to ISO/TR15144.
Fourier analysis has been added for the transmission error
calculation so that the spectral content of the meshing vibration may be analyzed. This will further help the designer to
select suitable profile and lead corrections. KISSsoft software
is used by about 100 companies in India, and it is developed
by a group of eighteen mechanical engineers and mathematicians in Switzerland. The latest release, version 03-2012,
also showed new functions for the design of spiral bevel and
hypoid gears as well as with respect to accurate 3-D geometry calculation of non-standard gears. This allows for direct
machining of large worm or spiral bevel gears, which is of
major interest for repair works, prototyping or small series
production in case specific gear cutting machines are not
available.
Additionally, KISSsoft now creates accurate 3-D worm
gear geometry. Direct machining of worm wheels is of interest in case that only few units should be produced or specific
worm gear cutting or tools are not available. This may be
relevant if worm gears to be cut are of large size or if lead
times for tools are too long. KISSsoft software now provides
a solution to this problem as it allows for the fully accurate
3-D modeling of worm wheels of ZC, ZI, ZA, ZK, ZN and
ZH type. The geometry may be exported as step or parasolid
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SKF introduces an extensive range of roller and engineered
chain solutions suited to meet the demanding requirements
of power transmission and conveyor applications in the food
and beverage, mining and cement, and steel industries, among
many others. The chains join a growing portfolio of SKF
power transmission products offering optimized performance
and long service life. Standard SKF transmission, or roller,
chains (pitch sizes ¼ in. to 3 in.) feature through-hardened,
shot-peened, and ball-burnished inner and outer link plates
with wide waist; case-hardened precision-ground pins; preci-
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sion cold-rolled bushings; and through-hardened, shot-peened
solid rollers. These features provide increased fatigue strength,
higher resistance to damage from shock loads, maximum wear
resistance and extended service life.
SKF chains can perform reliably in temperatures from
-4º F to 300º F (stainless steel versions in temperatures from
-4º F to 750º F) and can be supplied with rivet or cottered
design. All comply with the appropriate ANSI, ISO or DIN
standard and are pre-stressed, run-in, and manufactured
according to strict quality control. Non-stainless types are
pre-lubricated.
Among options, stainless steel chains offer corrosionresistant solutions for food-grade applications, nickel or zinc
coatings can add protection to carbon steel variants, and a
wide variety of attachment chains are available. Customdesigned solutions, supported by more than 100 years of
SKF power transmission industry knowledge, can be developed to satisfy particular demands.
N E W S
Baumer
Releases HOG 86 Encoder
Series
The redundant, optical incremental encoder with a protection class of IP 66 is also characterized by an incredibly
resistant housing with a wall thickness of at least 10 mm. It
features a special coating that ensures Class C4 corrosion
protection. An additional partition makes sure that the scan-
For more information:
SKF India Limited
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Building
Netaji Subash Road, Charni Road,
Mumbai - 400 002
Phone: +(91) 22 6633 7777
Fax: +(91) 22 2281 9074
www.skf.com
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ning unit and electronics of the HOG
86 do not come in contact with dust
or humidity when the terminal box is
opened during the installation or wiring
process.
The bearings of the new hollow shaft
encoders are protected from damages
caused by inductive shaft currents. The
HOG 86 is also available in a durable
hybrid bearing version. This enables
the encoder to achieve an exception-
N E W S
ally long service life of up to 100,000
hours, while still being reliable at operating temperatures between -40 and
+100 degrees. Installation flexibility
and simplicity are added advantages
of the HOG 86. A terminal box that
can be rotated 180 degrees and various
installation options make the encoder
very easy to install.
With the HOG 86, Baumer has also
combined precise measurements with
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all encoder functions across the entire
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Bangalore,India
Contact:N.Balakrishna
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Phone/Fax:+91(80)2361-9163
Mobile:+919844053743
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P R O D U C T
August 6th 2012. As everything went
according to plan, the control center
at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL;
California) erupted in cheers. “It was a
wonderful landing, everything looked
extremely good,” said Adam Steltzner,
NASA engineer and lead scientist of
the JPL landing team, enthusiastically at a press conference. This is the
start of a new, exciting excursion on
the Red Planet. In contrast to the rovers Opportunity and Spirit, Curiosity
can travel further distances on its six
wheels and run longer without solar
energy as a radionuclide battery gives
energy for years. The plan is that the
rover shall explore the immense Gale
Crater on Mars for signs of life, for two
years. And this with impressive equipment on board—a gas chromatograph
will hopefully uncover organic compounds; a spectrometer will analyze
the composition of rocks which will be
collected by the two-meter-long robot
arm and a neutron source will look for
hydrogen in the ground.
The MR Encoder technology from
Maxon is built in to the electromechanic joints of the rover. The magnetic sensors are mounted on the drive
shafts and are responsible for controlling the motors. Apart from that,
Maxon development services for the
drive systems have also played a part
in the 900 kilogram rover being able to
carry out its Mars mission successfully.
Curiosity’s little brother Opportunity
is still on its journey on Mars; for the
past eight years, the rover has been
exploring Mars with the help of Maxon
Motors. A further success for Maxon is
the SpaceX mission to the International
Space Station (ISS). Amongst other
things, brushless EC motors have been
used to move the 2 solar panels which
always have to be facing the sun in
order to supply the Dragon Capsule
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with power. More flights to the ISS are
already planned; the next in September
2012. In 2015 a further rover will be
sent explore Mars for the Exomars
Mission. The moon is also in sight—at
least for the Chinese Lunar Exploration
Program (CLEP) when an exploration rover will be sent to the moon.
Numerous research satellites nearer to
Earth will also be fitted with Maxon
drives. The next start of such a satellite
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is the ESA Sentinel 3, which will fly into space in 2013. Here Maxon motors will be
used, for example, in a possible emergency to control and secure the fuel valves.
For more information:
Maxon Precision Motor India Pvt. Ltd.
#4, Subhodayam, 3rd Floor New B.E.L. Road,
R.M.V. 2nd Stage
Bangalore – 560 094 India
Phone: +(91) 80417 34132
www.maxonmotor.in
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We inspect 100% of our
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Announce Flange
Detection System
Amacoil/Uhing has announced that
their FA Flange Detection System has
been reengineered for simpler operation and now utilizes laser sensor technology for expanded functionality. The
new FA-II system is PLC-controlled
and requires none of the tedious adjustments associated with the previous version. Additionally, whereas the original
system worked only on spools having
straight flanges, the new FA-II may be
used with spools having either straight
or tapered flanges. The FA-II system
saves time by eliminating the need for
an operator to adjust the reversal stops
on the Uhing traverse. During spool
changeovers, it is often the case that a
new spool is not placed on the mandrel
in the exact same position as the spool
being replaced. Normally this means
that a worker must readjust the end
stops on the traverse to make sure the
traverse reverses at the correct points.
The FA-II eliminates this step, saving
time and enabling operators to manage
more winding stations, which helps
boost production. Furthermore, winding accuracy is improved because the
laser sensor is a more accurate means
of locating the spool flange edge than
the human eye.
In its original version, the FA featured a two-pronged fork-shaped fixture mounted on the Uhing traverse.
A steady beam of light between the
prongs formed a light curtain, which,
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when interrupted by the flange edge,
triggered pneumatically controlled
reversal of the traverse. Instead of a
light beam, the FA-II system employs
a laser sensor mounted to the traverse.
The sensor continually references the
distance from the spool core up to the
highest point that wire or other material will be spooled. When the sensor
detects the spool flange, the reading is
not within the acceptable variance and
a signal is sent to a pneumatic cylinder
which reverses the traverse.
This arrangement also enables FA-II
use with both straight and tapered
flanges, thereby expanding the system’s application. Because the distance
from the sensor to the sloping surface
of the tapered flange is less than the
master reference point, reversal is not
triggered until the spool flange edge is
detected.
To optimize the effectiveness of
the FA-II Flange Detection System,
it is necessary that spool flanges are
not bent or damaged. The laser sen-
sor should be protected from particulate contaminants (dust, metal particles, wood chips, etc.). The FA-II
system accommodates materials with
round cross-sections and a diameter of
0.1 to 2.0 mm (.004 - .079 in.). Spool
flange diameter may be up to 220 mm
(8 43⁄64 in.) maximum. The system will
handle spools with tapered flanges
having an angle of up to 40 degrees.
Operating temperature range is -10
to 40 degrees C (14-104 degrees F).
Maximum operating air pressure is 6
bar (87 psi).
For more information:
Amacoil/Uhing
Joachim Uhing kg GmbH & Co.
Kieler Str. 23, D-24247
Mielkendorf Germany
Phone +(49) 4347 906-0
www.uhing.com
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Gear Metrology
Sankha Suvra Bhol, Gearspect India
Gears have been
manufactured for hundreds of years—since
humans have had the
need to transfer one
form of mechanical
energy to another. Gear
making is a science
that evolved over those
years. Much of gearing’s historic development and nomenclature
is rooted in the technology of the time. Computer technology is
a newcomer that has greatly impacted
industry in only the last 30 years.
The classic gearing gage lab once
consisted of several machines/instruments that could test gears in both
functional and dimensional analytical terms. The modern gear measuring
machine, by contrast, is a highly discrete and accurate digitizer that feeds
only raw coordinates to a computer.
The computer operator must convert
that data so that it relates to the function and manufacturing techniques
used in making the component.
It should be no surprise that the classic gear lab addressed those needs. The
instruments found there were the best
that the technology of the time could
deliver, so that gears of high quality
(for the time period in question) could
be manufactured. Classic gear inspection consisted of several sophisticated machine/instruments that involved
some complex mechanisms that simulated the manufacturing process and
functional needs of the end-result gear.
Involute Profile
In almost all medieval castle movies
we see huge gears made with round
wooden pegs that draw up the bridge
over the moat. In reality almost all of
today’s gearing is based on involute
tooth profile as opposed to round or
circular profiles. An involute profile
resembles an arc at first glance, but it is
a shape defined by mathematics. It is a
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shape that would be defined by the end
of a string that is held taught while it is
unwrapped around a cylinder. The cylinder is called the base diameter and it
defines a unique path for the end of the
string. The string forms a tangent to the
cylinder. The angle of that tangent line
is called the roll angle. The roll angle is
zero where the end of the string crashes
into the cylinder.
Involute profile gears have the major
advantage of two perfect gears meshing together with continuous pointsof-contact on opposing teeth. So no
change of speed and an even load of
energy transfer between the two rotational axes occur. In theory this is true,
but the shape is generally crowned or
modified because the gears will deflect
under load or have been modified to
reduce noise and increase efficiency.
The pitch diameter is the place where
the work is being done. Usually it is
right smack in the center of the gear
tooth and is the effective diameter of a
gearset when computing the gear ratio
or reduction.
An involute checker is a device that
turned the gear as a function of the roll
angle while through a complex set of
cams and mechanical settings, which
moved an indicator along the nominal,
involute profile. A chart recorder then
recorded the output of the indicator as
a function of the roll angle. This chart
was then the basis and reference for
modifications. Terms such as K-chart
and X-chart were tolerance zones and
nominal shapes that overlaid the chart
recording (Fig. 1).
This was obviously a time-consuming and tedious testing process since
the roll angle and involute cams and
levers needed to be synchronized
together, along with a null point of
the indicator. Rarely would an entire
gear (every tooth) be tested for profile.
Since teeth are generally generated in a
repetitive cutting process, a small sample of teeth was considered adequate.
In most standardized reporting formats
today, four teeth evenly spaced is considered adequate profile testing.
With current scanning technology,
involute testing is a simple cross-sectional scan across the face of the tooth
in a plane perpendicular to the gear’s
rotational axis. A simple spur gear can
be adequately accessed by a standard
three-linear-axis CMM. Helical gears,
on the other hand, present an access
problem that requires either a complex
stylus cluster or a rotary table that is
Figure 1—An involute checker produces charts showing deviation
from involute form.
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the main feature of a dedicated gearmeasuring center.
That is why the dedicated machines
for gear metrology have been developed; the evaluation and reporting was
modeled around those instruments.
Instead of classical coordinate curve
representations, the output was bent to
simulate the strip chart recording of the
original involute profile tester.
Simulated gear-measuring machine
output of an involute profile tester displays four teeth, equally spaced about
the gear. The vertical axis is the radial
distance to the center axis and the horizontal axis is the deviation from the
nominal involute.
Gear Lead Test
A lead tester was an instrument that
added a significant third dimension
to the testing. The Z-axis along the
axis of rotation was, through belts and
gears, actuated in a manner that related
Z position to roll angle. Like the involute test, the indicator now moved in a
nominal helix and the strip chart output
was deviation from that helix (Fig. 2).
Just like the involute profiles, the
lead strip chart was just the starting
point of the evaluation and modification of those shapes, usually crowns,
were superimposed on that chart. The
vertical axis is the Z-axis position and
the horizontal axis is the indicator
movement or deviation from a nominal
helix.
Tooth Spacing Testing
The involute and lead testers were
instruments that were developed to
simply check the shape of tooth form;
no information is obtained from them
as to the position or location of the
tooth. A variety of different types
of instruments and methods were
employed to determine the tooth location.
Today the gear measuring machine
can be programmed to probe each tooth
face on the pitch diameter (Fig. 3).
Figure 2—A lead test plots a gear’s deviation from its nominal helix.
Figure 3—Today the gear measuring machine can be programmed to probe each
tooth face on the pitch diameter to provide accurate tooth spacing measurements
and pitch errors.
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Tooth thickness is a critical feature
of the manufacturing process and performance of the gear.
Likewise it required special techniques, fixtures and equipment to measure the tooth thickness in the classic
gear lab. For gear measuring methodology, the spacing data obtained above
was derived from the coordinate location of the teeth at the pitch diameter.
That data, when analyzed differently,
contains the thickness information.
In effect the gear measuring center
has that data for free and requires just
the evaluation and reporting.
Roll Tester (Run-Out Testing)
One of the most critical and necessary tools in the classic gear lab was a
roll tester. Unlike the other instruments
that attempted to measure dimensions
or specific material conditions on
a gear, the roll tester combined this
metrology with functional testing.
One spindle was on a movable axis
and a pre-load was applied between the
gears. If the test gear had poor dimensional quality, then the net effect would
be some relative motion between the
two spindles, which were monitored
again with a strip chart recorder.
Figure 4—A modern analytical gear inspection system can provide complete
run-out information, which used to require roll testing.
Obviously this was not as discrete
and analytical in terms of determining where the problem lies, but it was
a relatively fast overall check of the
quality of the gear. The frequency
and magnitude of that motion would
give an expert a hint as to where the
dimensional problem might lie. And
that would begin the search using the
other more dimensionally specific testing methods.
There are, however, hidden costs and
problems with roll testers. The largest problem is with the master gears,
which have to be precisely manufactured, and their uncertainties recorded
(Fig. 4). Any errors are directly superimposed on the roll test data. The gear
measuring center, in contrast, has the
raw data stored already and requires
the actual data for analysis and reporting tools to isolate this functional characteristic of the gear.
What If?
Gears are workpieces where the
metrology and error sources have complex interactions with net performance.
The classic gear lab attempted to make
a variety of tests that were feasible to
that time period to qualify gears.
Computers now allow a much more
raw unfiltered basic set of coordinates
to be massaged and processed with the
same results.
What if we removed the run-out of
a gear? How would the tooth spacing
look?
In a previous gear tooth spacing
report we have a spacing chart with 85
µm variation. If we remove the run-out
component, then the spacing is only 29
µm as shown (Fig. 5). One metrological variable can make another appear
far different than it really is.
Figure 5—By using the modern gear measuring center, we have access to multiple
sets of data. For example, we can determine how much of tooth spacing error is
due to run-out and how much is due to other factors. In the above example, if we
remove the run-out component, then the tooth spacing error is only 29 µm, as
opposed to 85 µm with the run-out included.
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Sankha Suvra Bhol is Executive Manager
of Gearspect India Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of
Gearspect Group A.S., Czech Republic.
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MACHINERY, TOOLING,
SERVICES and SUPPLIES
(Everything you need to manufacture gears)
CUTTING TOOLS
Autoparts Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Bright Tools Corporation
Capital Tool Industries
7-a, Industrial Estate
PATIALA - 147004 Punjab 147004
Phone: + 91-175-2351089
Fax: + 91-175-2217102
capitaltool@usa.net
www.capital-tool.com
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Empire Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
ESGI Tools Pvt. Ltd.
B-6 Focal Point
PATIALA - 147004 Punjab 147004
Phone: + 91-175-2233991-96
Fax: + 91-175-2233990
esgi@esgitools.com
www.esgitools.com
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Forst Technologie GmbH & Co. KG
Gleason Works (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Plot 37 Doddenakundi Industrial Area
Mahadevapura, Whitefield Road
BANGALORE - 560048 Karnataka 560 048
Phone: + 91-80-2852-4376
Fax: + 91-80-2852-4377
bangalore.sales@gleason.com
www.gleason.com
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P30-31
Hanro Tools Incorporation
Hindustan Enterprises Co. (Radar Broach)
Khemka Broach & Spline Gauge
Klingelnberg GmbH
Lalson Tools Corp.
Liebherr-Verzahntechnik GmbH
c/o Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
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LMT (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Maheen Enterprises
Maxwell Tools Company
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - Cutting Tools Div.
P.S.Tools
PDM Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
Quality Transmission Components
S.S.Tools
Saacke Machines & Tools Pvt. Ltd.
SAMP India Pvt. Ltd.
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Sandvik Asia Pvt. Ltd.
Pune-Mumbai Road, Dapodi
PUNE - 411012
Phone: + 91-20-27104725
rupali.kavi@sandvik.com
www.sandvik.coromant.com/in
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183 Ajit Nagar
PATIALA - 147001 Punjab
Phone: + 91-175-2218031
Fax: + 91-175-2212963
info@steelmans.com
www.steelmans.com
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Clifford-Jacobs Forging
A member of the IMT Forge Group
2410 N. 5th Street
Champaign IL 61822, USA
Phone: + 1-217-352-5172
Fax: + 1-217-352-4629
sales@clifford-jacobs.com
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P41
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Gearspect India Pvt. Ltd.
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P33
Unit no: 654, 6th Floor, Penatgon P2
Magarpatta City, Hadapsar
PUNE - 411013 Maharashtra
Phone: + 91-20-60120004
info@gearspect.com
www.gearspect.com
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Plot 37 Doddenakundi
Industrial Area
Mahadevapura, Whitefield Road
BANGALORE - 560048 Karnataka 560 048
Phone: + 91-80-2852-4376
Fax: + 91-80-2852-4377
bangalore.sales@gleason.com
www.gleason.com
P30-31
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James-Watt-Strasse 12
D-72555 Metzingen
Germany
Phone: + 49-7123-18040
Fax: + 49-7123-18384
geiger@geiger-germany.com
www.geiger-germany.com
Höfler Maschinenbau GmbH
c/o Nemade Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
#7, Patel Complex, Bhusari Colony
Paud Road
PUNE - 411038
Phone: + 91-98-22112771
ashish@nemade.in
www.hofler.com
P25
Infin Machine Tools
No. 99, Spencer Road, First Floor
Frazer Town
BANGALORE - 560005
Phone: + 91-80-25567837
Fax: + 91-80-25567849
bangalore@infinmachinetools.in
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Matchless Machines & Technology
Pvt. Ltd.
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Nemade Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
#7, Patel Complex, Bhusari Colony
Paud Road
PUNE - 411038
Phone: + 91-98500-59241
mail@nemade.in
www.nemade.in
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Niles Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH
Precision Honing Solutions
Premier Ltd.
Prime Technologies
Proteck Machinery Pvt. Ltd.
PTG Holroyd Limited
Qua-Tech Industries
Quality Transmission Components
Ravjeet Engineering
Specialties Pvt. Ltd.
S-89, MIDC Industrial Area
Bhosari
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27120370
Fax: + 91-20-66163645
sales@ravjeet.com
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Sicmat S.p.A.
c/o Infin Machine Tools
No. 99, Spencer Road, First Floor
Frazer Town
BANGALORE - 560005
Phone: + 91-80-25567837
Fax: + 91-80-25567849
bangalore@infinmachinetools.in
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Star Cutter Co.
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IMEXSU Group
IMT Group
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Reishauer AG
SAMP India Pvt. Ltd.
Hindustan Enterprises Co. (Radar Broach)
GEAR MACHINES
Bright Tools Corporation
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Hans-Juergen Geiger
Maschinen-Vertrieb GmbH
P19
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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - Machine Tool Div.
H.H. Engineering Works
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c/o Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
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4, Green View
39 Varadayini Society
SUS Road, Pashan
PUNE - 411021
Phone: + 91-20-25870445
Fax: + 91-20-25870808
kodikals@pn3.vsnl.net.in
Gleason Works (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Maxplus Enterprise
Parag Casting Company
PCK Buderus India
Quality Transmission Components
Shanthi Gears Ltd.
Shree Krishna Auto Industries
Star Cutter Co.
2500 Kishwaukee Street
Rockford IL 61104, USA
Phone: + 1-815-965-4013
Fax: + 1-815-965-0019
sales@bourn-koch.com
www.bourn-koch.com
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Gibbs Machinery Company
4, Green View
39 Varadayini Society
SUS Road, Pashan
PUNE - 411021
Phone: + 91-20-25870445
Fax: + 91-20-25870808
kodikals@pn3.vsnl.net.in
Bourn & Koch Inc.
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70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
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L.G. Balakrishnan & Bros. Ltd.
Matchless Machines & Technology
Pvt. Ltd.
Drake Manufacturing Services Co.
EMAG India Pvt. Ltd.
Empire Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Faessler
Forst Technologie GmbH & Co. KG
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Liebherr-Verzahntechnik GmbH
MAG India IAS Pvt. Ltd.
c/o VMT Technologies India
Bangalore
Phone: + 91-80-2361-9163
Fax: + 91-80-2361-9163
vmtindia@vsnl.net
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Ajax Rolled Ring and Machine
Alloy Forge
Anihas Castings
Autoparts Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Bhandari Precision Forgings Pvt. Ltd.
Bharat Forge Limited
Bohler High Performance Metals Pvt. Ltd.
7-a, Industrial Estate
PATIALA - 147004 Punjab 147004
Phone: + 91-175-2351089
Fax: + 91-175-2217102
capitaltool@usa.net
www.capital-tool.com
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Chrystec Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
DISA India Ltd. (Wheelabrator Group)
Suntech Landriani Machine Tools
Super Hobs & Broaches Pvt. Ltd.
Techcellence
Tool Masters India
United Tool Company
Yash International
Yuvraj Tools & Forgings
Capital Tool Industries
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7-a, Industrial Estate
PATIALA - 147004 Punjab 147004
Phone: + 91-175-2351089
Fax: + 91-175-2217102
capitaltool@usa.net
www.capital-tool.com
Seco Tools India (P) Ltd.
Shree Durga Industries - SDI Tools
Star Cutter Co.
Steelmans Broaches Pvt Ltd.
Capital Tool Industries
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Steelmans Broaches Pvt Ltd.
183 Ajit Nagar
PATIALA - 147001 Punjab
Phone: + 91-175-2218031
Fax: + 91-175-2212963
info@steelmans.com
www.steelmans.com
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Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Sunnen
Suntech Landriani Machine Tools
Techcellence
VMT Technologies India
No. 8, Achaiah Setty Layout
RMV Extension
BANGALORE - 560080
Phone: + 91-80-2361-9163
Fax: + 91-80-2361-9163
vmtindia@vsnl.net
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Kapp GmbH
Khemka Broach & Spline Gauge
Klingelnberg GmbH
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MACHINERY, TOOLING, SERVICES and SUPPLIES
Westminster Machine Tools Ltd.
The Mine Site Unit 8
Mill Lane
South Witham, Grantham
Lincs NG33 5QN
United Kingdom
Phone: + 44-0-1572-767922
Fax: + 44-0-1572-768321
sales@wmtg.co.uk
www.wmtg.co.uk
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GRINDING WHEELS & ABRASIVE TOOLS
Bright Tools Corporation
Carborundum Universal
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P37
Post Box No. 2272
Tirovottiyur
CHENNAI - 600 019
Phone: + 91-44-42211000
Fax: + 91-44-25733499
DeepakdurairajPL@cumi.murugappa.com
www.cumiabrasives.com
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
c/o Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
Matchless Machines & Technology
Pvt. Ltd.
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P7
Vohras International
HEAT TREATING EQUIPMENT
AFC-Holcroft
ALD-Dynatech Furnaces Bombay Ltd.
Bharat Gears Ltd.
Bodyhardchem
HighTemp Furnaces Limited
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Ipsen Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Diamond Harbour Road
Konchowkiq
BHASA - 743503 Kolkata
Phone: + 91-33-24978314
scm@ipsenindia.com
www.ipsenindia.com
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Seco Warwick Allied Pvt. Ltd.
Shailnick Chemicals P Ltd.
Wellman Wacoma Limited
Niles Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH
Precision Honing Solutions
Proteck Machinery Pvt. Ltd.
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S-89, MIDC Industrial Area
Bhosari
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27120370
Fax: + 91-20-66163645
sales@ravjeet.com
www.ravjeet.com
Reishauer AG
Sunnen
Supra Industries
Surface Finishing Equipment Co.
IMEXSU Group
Kapp GmbH
Kushal Udhyog
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4, Green View
39 Varadayini Society
SUS Road, Pashan
PUNE - 411021
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Ravjeet Engineering
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Chrystec Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Diamond Abrasive Products
DiaTech Tools India Pvt. Ltd.
Erwin Junker Maschinenfabrik GmbH
Fässler AG
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Liebherr-Verzahntechnik GmbH
E-100, M.I.A, Phase-ll
Basni
JODHPUR - 342005 Rajasthan 342005
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Bodyhardchem
HighTemp Furnaces Limited
Lalson Tools Corp.
Seco Warwick Allied Pvt. Ltd.
Shanthi Gears Ltd.
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AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
Cori Engineers Private Limited
Drive Tech Solutions
Durga Bearings Mumbai Pvt. Ltd.
Electro Steel Engineering Company
Elesa and Ganter India Pvt. Ltd.
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
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H.H. Engineering Works
Liebherr-Verzahntechnik GmbH
c/o Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
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Maco Corporation India Pvt. Ltd.
Matchless Machines & Technology
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Comtorgage Corporation
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Slatersville RI 02876-0896, USA
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BANGALORE - 560027
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Frenco GmbH
c/o Metrology Systems & Solutions
D-4, Chitrapur CHS
27th Road, TPS III, Bandra (W)
MUMBAI - 400 050
Phone: + 91-22-28313850
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Gearspect India Pvt. Ltd.
Unit no: 654, 6th Floor, Penatgon P2
Magarpatta City, Hadapsar
PUNE - 411013 Maharashtra
Phone: + 91-20-60120004
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Hanro Tools Incorporation
Hexagon Metrology India Pvt. Ltd.
Khemka Broach & Spline Gauge
Klingelnberg GmbH
Kudale Instruments Pvt. Ltd.
Maheen Enterprises
Mahr Metrology India Pvt. Ltd.
Matchless Machines & Technology
James-Watt-Strasse 12
D-72555 Metzingen
Germany
Phone: + 49-7123-18040
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Netaji Subash Road, Charni Road,
MUMBAI - 400002
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No. 99, Spencer Road, First Floor
Frazer Town
BANGALORE - 560005
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70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
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c/o VMT Technologies India
Bangalore
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BANGALORE - 560027
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39 Varadayini Society
SUS Road, Pashan
PUNE - 411021
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Paud Road
PUNE - 411038
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Premier Ltd.
Proteck Machinery Pvt. Ltd.
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Elmak Motors Pvt. Ltd.
EMAG India Pvt. Ltd.
Empire Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Erwin Junker Maschinenfabrik GmbH
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Agile Machineries Pvt. Ltd.
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c/o Nemade Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
#7, Patel Complex, Bhusari Colony
Paud Road
PUNE - 411038
Phone: + 91-98-22112771
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MAG India IAS Pvt. Ltd.
2500 Kishwaukee Street
Rockford IL 61104, USA
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IMT Group
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DISA India Ltd. (Wheelabrator Group)
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Aarna Lube Pvt. Ltd.
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
Castrol India Ltd.
Durga Bearings Mumbai Pvt. Ltd.
ExxonMobil Company India Pvt. Ltd.
Gayatri Gear Industries
Hangsterfer’s Laboratories
Oilmax Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Paras Lubricants Limited
SKF India Limited
Carl Zeiss India Pvt. Ltd.
Chrystec Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Gibbs Machinery Company
H.H. Engineering Works
Hans-Juergen Geiger
Maschinen-Vertrieb GmbH
Techcellence
Tokyo Technical Instruments Inc.
Wenzel South Asia Private Ltd.
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Accurate Engineering Company Pvt. Ltd.
Bright Tools Corporation
7-a, Industrial Estate
PATIALA - 147004 Punjab 147004
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Mitutoyo South Asia Pvt. Ltd.
Prime Technologies
Quality Transmission Components
S-89, MIDC Industrial Area
Bhosari
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27120370
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4, Green View
39 Varadayini Society
SUS Road, Pashan
PUNE - 411021
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Fax: + 91-20-25870808
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Ravjeet Engineering
Specialties Pvt. Ltd.
S-89, MIDC Industrial Area
Bhosari
PUNE - 411026
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Gearspect India Pvt. Ltd.
Saacke Machines & Tools Pvt. Ltd.
SAMP India Pvt. Ltd.
Star Cutter Co.
Steelmans Broaches Pvt Ltd.
183 Ajit Nagar
PATIALA - 147001 Punjab
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E-100, M.I.A, Phase-ll
Basni
JODHPUR - 342005 Rajasthan 342005
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Hans-Juergen Geiger
Maschinen-Vertrieb GmbH
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RMV Extension
BANGALORE - 560080
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The Mine Site Unit 8
Mill Lane
South Witham, Grantham
Lincs NG33 5QN
United Kingdom
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2500 Kishwaukee Street
Rockford IL 61104, USA
Phone: + 1-815-965-4013
Fax: + 1-815-965-0019
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Rotterdam House,
116 Quayside
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne NE1 3DY
England
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GUJARAT - 388 120
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Kadkraft Systems Pvt. Ltd.
#316, Sector 37-A
CHANDIGARH - 160036
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KISSsoft
#7, Patel Complex, Bhusari Colony
Paud Road
PUNE - 411038
Phone: + 91-98500-59241
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SKF India Limited
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Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Building
Netaji Subash Road, Charni Road,
MUMBAI - 400002
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Fax: + 91-22-22819074
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Mahadevapura, Whitefield Road
BANGALORE - 560048 Karnataka 560 048
Phone: + 91-80-2852-4376
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#316, Sector 37-A
CHANDIGARH - 160036
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Bright Tools Corporation
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BANGALORE - 560027
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Mahadevapura, Whitefield Road
BANGALORE - 560048 Karnataka 560 048
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Hanro Tools Incorporation
Industrial Tools Corp.
Infin Machine Tools
No. 99, Spencer Road, First Floor
Frazer Town
BANGALORE - 560005
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Khemka Broach & Spline Gauge
Liebherr-Verzahntechnik GmbH
c/o Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
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Rotterdam House,
116 Quayside
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne NE1 3DY
England
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Fax: + 44-191-206-4001
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MAG India IAS Pvt. Ltd.
Mitutoyo South Asia Pvt. Ltd.
Prime Technologies
Romax Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Wenzel South Asia Private Ltd.
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Kadkraft Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Suntech Landriani Machine Tools
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Yash International
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Gleason Works (India) Pvt. Ltd.
#316, Sector 37-A
CHANDIGARH - 160036
Phone: + 91-0172-2690204
raman.gupta@kadkraft.com
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Niles Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH
Placebo Gears and Transmissions
PTG Holroyd Limited
Romax Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Saacke Machines & Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Eicher Engineering Solutions
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd.
Diamond Harbour Road
Konchowkiq
BHASA - 743503 Kolkata
Phone: + 91-33-24978314
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Nemade Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
Brevini India Private Limited
CADES Digitech Pvt. Ltd.
Chrystec Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Dontyne Systems Ltd.
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Maxwell Tools Company
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - Machine Tool Div.
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Accurate Engineering Company Pvt. Ltd.
Bourn & Koch Inc.
James-Watt-Strasse 12
D-72555 Metzingen
Germany
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Fax: + 49-7123-18384
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Ipsen Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Vohras International
Westminster Machine Tools Ltd.
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HiTech e Soft
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Trishul Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Ultra Precision Spindles Pvt. Ltd.
VMT Technologies India
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Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Sunnen
Suntech Landriani Machine Tools
Surface Finishing Equipment Co.
Unit no: 654, 6th Floor, Penatgon P2
Magarpatta City, Hadapsar
PUNE - 411013 Maharashtra
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Niles Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH
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PDM Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
Seco Tools India (P) Ltd.
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AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
Andantex USA Inc.
1705 Valley Road
Wanamassa NJ 07712, USA
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BANGALORE - 560027
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Gear Kraft Enterprises
Gears & Gear Drives (India) Pvt. Ltd.
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Suhner India Pvt. Ltd.
Sumi Cyclo India Pvt. Ltd.
Zero-Max
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
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Lubi Electronics
Mark Elektriks
Nord Drivesystems India Pvt. Ltd.
Sallex Machine Tools
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Vision International
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Aerotech
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
Autoparts Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Durga Bearings Mumbai Pvt. Ltd.
Electro Steel Engineering Company
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
SKF India Limited
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Building
Netaji Subash Road, Charni Road,
MUMBAI - 400002
Phone: + 91-22-66337777
Fax: + 91-22-22819074
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Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
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Mark Elektriks
Mayr Corporation
Pethe Engineering Private Limited
Power Transmission Engineers
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Rexnord India Pvt. Ltd.
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Vortex Engineering Works
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ASSAG Drive Technology
Bonfiglioli Transmissions Pvt. Ltd.
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Brevini India Private Limited
Calicut Engineering Works Limited
Elmrad Engineering Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Fluidomat Limited
Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
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Marc Industries
NKE Austria GmbH
Pioneer Bearing Company
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Ring Plus Aqua
Romax Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Schaeffler Group (FAG Bearings India Ltd.)
Shree Ganesh Bearings
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Atlanta Drive Sytstems
Bonfiglioli Transmissions Pvt. Ltd.
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Calicut Engineering Works Limited
Elmrad Engineering Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
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Aman Transmission Co.
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
Ashton International Pvt. Ltd.
Ashutosh Power TransBelts Limited
Belcon Engineers P. Ltd.
Brevini India Private Limited
Calicut Engineering Works Limited
Darbar Belting
Dee Bee Enterprise
Drive Tech Solutions
Electro Steel Engineering Company
Excel Enterprises
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Fluidomat Limited
Gates India Pvt. Ltd.
Kapsyn Manufacturing Company
L.G. Balakrishnan & Bros. Ltd.
Milltex Engineering Company
Nav Auxichem Pvt. Ltd.
Neelkanth Beltings
Pix Transmissions Limited
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Zeon Belts Pvt. Ltd.
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Brevini India Private Limited
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Darbar Belting
Electro Steel Engineering Company
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Gates India Pvt. Ltd.
Gayatri Gear Industries
Goodwill Engineering
Krishna Engineers
L.G. Balakrishnan & Bros. Ltd.
Pix Transmissions Limited
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Renold
Rexnord India Pvt. Ltd.
SKG Enterprises
Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Yogi Bearings
BRAKES
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
Andantex USA Inc.
1705 Valley Road
Wanamassa NJ 07712, USA
Phone: + 1-732-493-2812
Fax: + 1-732-493-2949
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Cryotron Magnadrives
Electromatic Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
Emco Dynatorq Pvt. Ltd.
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POWER TRANSMISSION COMPONENTS
CLUTCHES
Andantex USA Inc.
1705 Valley Road
Wanamassa NJ 07712, USA
Phone: + 1-732-493-2812
Fax: + 1-732-493-2949
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Cryotron Magnadrives
Electromatic Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
Emco Dynatorq Pvt. Ltd.
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
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Alpha Drives
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Venkitta Puram
COIMBATORE - 641025 TN
Phone: + 91-422-4202951/952
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Alpha Drives
1705 Valley Road
Wanamassa NJ 07712, USA
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Atlanta Drive Sytstems
Autoparts Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Bajrang Engineering Works
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd.
Bevel Gears India Pvt. Ltd.
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17B Sadaramangala Industrial Area
Whitefield Road
Bangalore 560048
Phone: + 91-80-28410312
Fax: + 91-80-28410185
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www.bevelgearsindia.com
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
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Vallabh Vidyanagar
GUJARAT - 388 120
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Gajra Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Gayatri Gear Industries
Gear Kraft Enterprises
Gears & Gear Drives (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Ghatge Patil Industries Ltd.
Goodwill Engineering
IMS Gear Planetary Gears Inc.
International Combustion (Bauer Gear Motors)
Involute Tooling Corporation
J.D.M. Gears & Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
Lubi Electronics
MGM-Varvel Power Transmission
Molon Motor & Coil Corp.
P15
SEE OUR AD
P22
SEE OUR AD
P39
Bharat Gears Ltd.
Boneng Transmission (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Bonfiglioli Transmissions Pvt. Ltd.
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Brevini India Private Limited
Calicut Engineering Works Limited
Dee-Kay Gears
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd.
P5
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
Andantex USA Inc.
SEE OUR AD
Esenpro House,
24 Marol Cooperative Industrial Estate,
Off M.V. Road, Andheri (East)
MUMBAI - 400 059
Phone: + 91-22-28488742/8911/8645
Fax: + 91-22-28488147/28504501
jshah@esenpro.com
www.esenpro.com
SEE OUR AD
#1/1 VKK Menon Road
Venkitta Puram
COIMBATORE - 641025 TN
Phone: + 91-422-4202951/952
ptos@alphadrives.co.in
www.alphadrives.co.in
COUPLINGS & U-JOINTS
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
Annflex Bellows & Compensators
Bajrang Engineering Works
Boneng Transmission (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Brevini India Private Limited
Calicut Engineering Works Limited
Drive Tech Solutions
Electro Steel Engineering Company
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Flexocon Engineers Private Limited
Fluidomat Limited
Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
Gayatri Gear Industries
Gears & Gear Drives (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Ghatge Patil Industries Ltd.
KTR Couplings (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Maco Corporation India Pvt. Ltd.
Mayr Corporation
Nu-Teck Couplings Pvt. Ltd.
Popular Mechanical Works
Quality Transmission Components
Rathi Group
Essential Power Transmission
Pvt. Ltd.
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
GEAR DRIVES
Agnee Transmissions (I) Pvt. Ltd.
Lubi Electronics
Nord Drivesystems India Pvt. Ltd.
Parker Hannifin India Pvt. Ltd.
Sumi Cyclo India Pvt. Ltd.
Post Box #6
Vallabh Vidyanagar
GUJARAT - 388 120
Phone: + 91-269-2236469
Fax: + 91-269-2227484
infogear@elecon.com
www.elecon.com
P15
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Brevini India Private Limited
Electro Steel Engineering Company
Elmrad Engineering Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Gates India Pvt. Ltd.
Ghatge Patil Industries Ltd.
Molon Motor & Coil Corp.
Parker Hannifin India Pvt. Ltd.
Quality Transmission Components
S.M. Shah & Company
Suhner India Pvt. Ltd.
Zero-Max
CONTROLS
Aerotech
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Fluidomat Limited
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
Electro Steel Engineering Company
Elmrad Engineering Co. Pvt. Ltd.
FLUID POWER
Gear Kraft Enterprises
Mark Elektriks
Mayr Corporation
Pethe Engineering Private Limited
Power Transmission Engineers
Rexnord India Pvt. Ltd.
Vortex Engineering Works
Zero-Max
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Renold
Rexnord India Pvt. Ltd.
Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Suhner India Pvt. Ltd.
Unisoft Pheripherials
Vision International
Wellman Wacoma Limited
Yogi Bearings
Zero-Max
SEE OUR AD
P26
www.geartechnologyindia.com
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd.
Nord Drivesystems India Pvt. Ltd.
Oerlikon Graziano / Oerlikon Fairfield
P. G. Drive
Panchal Machinery
Parker Hannifin India Pvt. Ltd.
Placebo Gears and Transmissions
Popular Mechanical Works
Power Transmission Engineers
Premium Energy Transmission Limited
Punjab Gears
Quality Transmission Components
Renold
Rexnord India Pvt. Ltd.
Sallex Machine Tools
Shanthi Gears Ltd.
Sokhi Heli-Wom Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Sond Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Spiral Bevel Transmissions
Star Gears
Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Suhner India Pvt. Ltd.
Sumi Cyclo India Pvt. Ltd.
Zero-Max
Post Box #6
Vallabh Vidyanagar
GUJARAT - 388 120
Phone: + 91-269-2236469
Fax: + 91-269-2227484
infogear@elecon.com
www.elecon.com
Essential Power Transmission
Pvt. Ltd.
17B Sadaramangala Industrial Area
Whitefield Road
Bangalore 560048
Phone: + 91-80-28410312
Fax: + 91-80-28410185
jamalgrp@bevelgearsindia.com
www.bevelgearsindia.com
Calicut Engineering Works Limited
Dee-Kay Gears
SEE OUR AD
P39
P26
SEE OUR AD
P5
Esenpro House,
24 Marol Cooperative Industrial Estate,
Off M.V. Road, Andheri (East)
MUMBAI - 400 059
Phone: + 91-22-28488742/8911/8645
Fax: + 91-22-28488147/28504501
jshah@esenpro.com
www.esenpro.com
GEAR MANUFACTURING SERVICES
Agnee Transmissions (I) Pvt. Ltd.
Autoparts Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Bajrang Engineering Works
Bevel Gears India Pvt. Ltd.
SEE OUR AD
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Forst Technologie GmbH & Co. KG
Gajra Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Gayatri Gear Industries
Gear Kraft Enterprises
Ghatge Patil Industries Ltd.
Goodwill Engineering
Involute Tooling Corporation
J.D.M. Gears & Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
Magna Steyr India Pvt. Ltd.
New Allenberry Works (Deepak Industries Ltd.)
Oerlikon Graziano / Oerlikon Fairfield
P. G. Drive
PA Pinions
Placebo Gears and Transmissions
Popular Mechanical Works
Pragati Transmission Pvt. Ltd.
Premium Energy Transmission Limited
PTG Holroyd Limited
Punjab Gears
www.geartechnologyindia.com
Quality Gears
C1/14D, GIDC Estate
District Valsad
KILLA PARDI - 396125 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-260-2373685
Fax: + 91-260-2370285
sales@qualitygears.net
www.qualitygears.net
SEE OUR AD
P37
Quality Transmission Components
Rexnord India Pvt. Ltd.
Sam Gears (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Shanthi Gears Ltd.
Shivam Autotech Ltd.
Sokhi Heli-Wom Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Sond Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Spiral Bevel Transmissions
Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Suntech Landriani Machine Tools
Supreme Industrial Works
GEARS
Agnee Transmissions (I) Pvt. Ltd.
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
Andantex USA Inc.
1705 Valley Road
Wanamassa NJ 07712, USA
Phone: + 1-732-493-2812
Fax: + 1-732-493-2949
info@andantex.com
www.andantex.com
SEE OUR AD
P22
ASSAG Drive Technology
Atlanta Drive Sytstems
Autoparts Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Bajrang Engineering Works
October-December 2012
GEARTECHNOLOGYIndia
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POWER TRANSMISSION COMPONENTS
Bevel Gears India Pvt. Ltd.
17B Sadaramangala Industrial Area
Whitefield Road
Bangalore 560048
Phone: + 91-80-28410312
Fax: + 91-80-28410185
jamalgrp@bevelgearsindia.com
www.bevelgearsindia.com
SEE OUR AD
P39
Bharat Gears Ltd.
Brevini India Private Limited
Calicut Engineering Works Limited
Dee-Kay Gears
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd.
Post Box #6
Vallabh Vidyanagar
GUJARAT - 388 120
Phone: + 91-269-2236469
Fax: + 91-269-2227484
infogear@elecon.com
www.elecon.com
Essential Power Transmission
Pvt. Ltd.
SEE OUR AD
P26
SEE OUR AD
P5
Esenpro House,
24 Marol Cooperative Industrial Estate,
Off M.V. Road, Andheri (East)
MUMBAI - 400 059
Phone: + 91-22-28488742/8911/8645
Fax: + 91-22-28488147/28504501
jshah@esenpro.com
www.esenpro.com
Essor International Inc.
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
Gajra Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Gayatri Gear Industries
Gear Kraft Enterprises
Gears & Gear Drives (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Goodwill Engineering
Involute Tooling Corporation
J.D.M. Gears & Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
L.G. Balakrishnan & Bros. Ltd.
Magna Steyr India Pvt. Ltd.
New Allenberry Works (Deepak Industries Ltd.)
Nord Drivesystems India Pvt. Ltd.
Nu-Teck Couplings Pvt. Ltd.
Oerlikon Graziano / Oerlikon Fairfield
P. G. Drive
PA Pinions
Panchal Machinery
Placebo Gears and Transmissions
Popular Mechanical Works
Pragati Transmission Pvt. Ltd.
Premium Energy Transmission Limited
Punjab Gears
Quality Gears
SEE OUR AD
C1/14D, GIDC Estate
District Valsad
KILLA PARDI - 396125 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-260-2373685
Fax: + 91-260-2370285
sales@qualitygears.net
www.qualitygears.net
P37
LINEAR MOTION DEVICES
Aerotech
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
1705 Valley Road
Wanamassa NJ 07712, USA
Phone: + 1-732-493-2812
Fax: + 1-732-493-2949
info@andantex.com
www.andantex.com
SEE OUR AD
P22
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd.
Post Box #6
Vallabh Vidyanagar
GUJARAT - 388 120
Phone: + 91-269-2236469
Fax: + 91-269-2227484
infogear@elecon.com
www.elecon.com
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
GEARTECHNOLOGYIndia
October-December 2012
P26
SEE OUR AD
P7
International Combustion (Bauer Gear Motors)
Involute Tooling Corporation
Lubi Electronics
Mark Elektriks
MGM-Varvel Power Transmission
Molon Motor & Coil Corp.
Navyug Electric Motors & Pumps Ltd.
Nord Drivesystems India Pvt. Ltd.
Parker Hannifin India Pvt. Ltd.
Power Transmission Engineers
Quality Transmission Components
Spiral Bevel Transmissions
Star Gears
Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Suhner India Pvt. Ltd.
Sumi Cyclo India Pvt. Ltd.
RESOURCES
AGMA
Gear Technology India
IPTEX 2014
SEALS
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
SEE OUR AD
P7
Gear Kraft Enterprises
Gears & Gear Drives (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Involute Tooling Corporation
Parker Hannifin India Pvt. Ltd.
Quality Transmission Components
Spiral Bevel Transmissions
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SEE OUR AD
Electro Steel Engineering Company
Elmak Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Elmrad Engineering Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
SENSORS
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
Lubi Electronics
Mitutoyo South Asia Pvt. Ltd.
Atlanta Drive Sytstems
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Durga Bearings Mumbai Pvt. Ltd.
Elmrad Engineering Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
MOTORS
Aerotech
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
ASSAG Drive Technology
Autoparts Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Boneng Transmission (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Bonfiglioli Transmissions Pvt. Ltd.
Brevini India Private Limited
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
Quality Transmission Components
Renold
Rexnord India Pvt. Ltd.
Ring Plus Aqua
Romax Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Sallex Machine Tools
Sam Gears (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Shanthi Gears Ltd.
Shivam Autotech Ltd.
Shree Krishna Auto Indsutries
Sokhi Heli-Wom Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Sond Gears Pvt. Ltd.
Spiral Bevel Transmissions
Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Suhner India Pvt. Ltd.
Supreme Industrial Works
Zero-Max
Andantex USA Inc.
Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument
Zero-Max
www.geartechnologyindia.com
From Director’s desk:
On behalf of GearSpect Group A.S, I would like to give my most affectionate greeting from Prague
to you. We are an engineering company established in 1993 and personally connected with 90
years tradition of Czech machine tool factories, producing gear technologies. Our product line
comprises of design and production of Gear Measuring Instrument and CNC Gear cutting
Machines (URL: www.gearspect.com ). Headquater is located in Prague, Czech Republic.
Currently we have more than 70 employees including regional offices in Germany, USA, India as
well as 16 sales and service locations with worldwide activities. We are delighted to auto ancilaries
and automobile industries, such as Volkswagen-Germany, ZF-Germany, SKODA-Czech Republic,
Hyundai-Czech Republic, SEAT-Spain, Peugeot Citroen-France, Sauer Danfoss-Italy, MagnaAustria, ZF Sachs-Slovakia, TRW- Brazil. Our market strategy in India is to spread up precision
manufacturing of gear technology among gear manufacturer to secure them a competitive
advantage in the market.We would have pleasure to declare our wholly owned subsidiary located in
Pune as Gearspect India Pvt. Ltd. for sales, service of our equipments and gear cutting machines.
OHA 16 CNC (Gear Shaping Machine)
The OHA 16 CNC 5 is a modern gear shaping machine
with five CNC controlled axis. Machine is design to
generate external or internal spur gears with straight or
helical teeth. Besides gears the machine is also capable
of producing gear segments, clutches and various disk
cams generated by rolling the gear cutter. The machine is
equipped with the SIEMENS Sinumerik 840D SL
numerical control system ensuring the control in four
machine axes. The system offers the facility of
programming machine work cycles, or it is possible to
program direct on the machine also other work cycles to
suit the specific gear shaping job. Input data are entered
by was of dialog between operator and machine, via the
keyboard and VDU.
SBO 340 CNC (Gear Grinding Machine)
The SBO 340 CNC is a modern gear shaping machine with
Seven/Eight CNC controlled axis. Machine is design to grind
external spur gears with straight or helical teeth by generating
method. The machine is equipped with the SIEMENS Sinumerik
840D SL numerical control system ensuring the control in
Seven/Eight machine axes. The system offers the facility of
programming machine work cycles, or it allows to program direct
on the machine. Input data are entered by was of dialog between
operator and machine, via the keyboard and VDU.
Gear Measuring Machine Model DO3PC
The DO3PC is a modern gear measuring machine with PC
controlled axis. The Machine is design to meet
requirement of automotive industry for measurement of
external spur gears with straight or helical teeth. The
machine is equipped with the high precision Heidenhain
Encoder ensuring ultimate accuracy. The machine can
measure Lead ; Profile ; Pitch and Run-out errors in
Helical or spur gears.
Contact Details in India:
Gearspect India Pvt. Ltd.
Unit no: 654, Level 6 , Pentagon Tower P2
Magarpatta City, Hadapsar, Pune 411013
Tel: 020-60120004
Email: info@gearspect.com
BUYERS GUIDE - COMPANY INDEX
COMPANY INDEX
Use this directory to find contact information for the companies listed in the Buyers Guide.
Companies listed entirely in bold have advertisements in this issue. To locate companies by the
products or services they provide, please see page 20 (for gear manufacturing machine tools,
cutting tools and services), and page 27 (for power transmission components).
Aarna Lube Pvt. Ltd.
Alloy Forge
Ashton International Pvt. Ltd.
Bhandari Precision Forgings Pvt. Ltd.
Accurate Engineering Company Pvt. Ltd.
Alpha Drives - page 15
Ashutosh Power TransBelts Limited
Bharat Forge Limited
F-204, Dheeraj Presidency, M.G. Road,
Kandivali-West
MUMBAI - 400067
Phone: + 91- 250-2464981
Fax: + 91- 250-2464985
sales@aarnalube.com
www.aarnalube.com
67, Hadapsar Industrial Estate
PUNE 411013
Phone: + 91-20-66039000
Fax: + 91-20-26870858
accurate@vsnl.com
www.accurategauging.com
Aerotech
c/o Liberty International
# 117/A, “Cauvery”, Nagaraja Layout
Bull Temple Road Cross
BANGALORE - 560019
ramk161@gmail.com
www.liberty-intl.com
AFC-Holcroft
c/o BGL Furnaces
Kausa Shil, Shilphata, District
THANE - 400 612 MH
Phone: + 91-22-25352692
Fax: + 91-22-25351651
info@bglindia.com
www.bharatgears.com
Agile Machineries Pvt. Ltd.
24, Silver Estate,
Near S Kumar Industries,
Sola Santej Road, Rakanpur,
Gandhinagar Gujarat 380061
Phone: + 91-2764-268399
Fax: +91-90999-23045
marketing@agiletechworld.com
www.agiletechworld.com
AGMA
1001 N. Fairfax Street, Suite 500
Alexandria VA 22314, USA
Phone: + 1-703-684-0211
Fax: + 1-703-684-0242
webmaster@agma.org
www.agma.org
Agnee Transmissions (I) Pvt. Ltd.
F-557, IPI Area, Road No. 6
KOTA - 324005 Rajasthan
Phone: + 91-744-2363799
Fax: + 91-744-2360835
info@agneetransmissions.com
www.agneetransmissions.com
Ajax Rolled Ring and Machine
500 Wallace Way
York South Carolina 29745, USA
Phone: + 1-803-684-3133
Fax: + 1-803-684-1000
sales@ajaxring.com
www.ajaxring.com
ALD-Dynatech Furnaces Bombay Ltd.
301/302 Jyoti Estate
14, Anand Nagar, S.N. Road
Andheri (E)
MUMBAI - 400069 MH
Phone: + 91-22-26826781
Fax: + 91-22-26826784
dynasales@dynatechfurnaces.com
www.dynatechfurnaces.com
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GEARTECHNOLOGYIndia
E-143, Phase IV
Focal Point
LUDHIANA - 141010
Phone: + 91-161-5016371
Fax: + 91-161-5097890
info@alloyforge.com
www.alloyforge.com
414 BhikaJi Cama Place
Somdutt Chamber - II
NEW DELHI - 110016
Phone: + 91-11-26162722
Fax: + 91-11-26162756
info@ashton-india.com
www.ashton-india.com
#1/1 VKK Menon Road
Venkitta Puram
COIMBATORE - 641025 TN
Phone: + 91-422-4202951/952
ptos@alphadrives.co.in
www.alphadrives.co.in
Aman Transmission Co.
2475, Aman House, Opp.Navishery,
Tajpur Mominwad, Jamalpur,
AHMEDABAD - 380001 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-79-25399491
Fax: + 91-79-25395971
info@amantransbelt.com
www.amantransbelt.com
AMCATS Pvt. Ltd.
B20, Punit Industrial Estate
D10-11A, Thane Belapur Road,
Opp Turbhe Railway Station, Turbhe
NAVI MUMBAI 400705
Phone: + 91-22-61464444
Fax: + 91-22-25564987
sales@amcats.com
www.amcats.com
AMETEK Instruments India Pvt. Ltd.
Plot 148, EPIP Zone Phase 2
Featherlite Tech Park, 1st Floor
Whitefield
BANGALORE 560066
Phone: + 91-80-67823200
Fax: + 91-80-67823232
ametekindia@ametek.com
www.ametek.in
707, Hemkoot Building,
Opp. Capital Commercial Centre,
Ashram Road,
AHMEDABAD - 380009 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-79-26580282
Fax: + 91-79-26581238
info@aptbelts.com
www.aptbelts.com
ASSAG Drive Technology
Hauptstrasse 50
Düdingen Schweiz 3186
Switzerland
Phone: + 41 26 492 99 11
Fax: + 41 26 492 99 10
info@assag.ch
www.assag.ch
Atlanta Drive Sytstems
c/o Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
Plot No. B-29/1, MIDC,
Taloja, District Raigad
NAVI MUMBAI - 410208
Phone: + 91-22-27411922
Fax: + 91-22-27411933
sales@fluroengg.com
www.fluroengg.com
Autoparts Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
307, Saket Nagar,
Indore -452018 MP
Phone: + 91-731-5061351
Fax: + 91-731-2564358
sksagodbole@gmail.com
www.autopartssolutions.net
Bajrang Engineering Works
B-51 Industrial Area
G.T. Karnal Road
NEW DELHI - 110033
Phone: + 91-11-27132640
Fax: + 91-11-27459563
info@bajranggear.com
www.bajranggears.com
Andantex USA Inc. - page 22
1705 Valley Road
Wanamassa NJ 07712, USA
Phone: + 1-732-493-2812
Fax: + 1-732-493-2949
info@andantex.com
www.andantex.com
Belcon Engineers P. Ltd.
Anihas Castings
Near Pomal Indl. Estate
Kolshet Road
THANE - 400607
Phone: + 91-22-25893829
Fax: + 91-22-25893857
info@anihas.com
www.anihas.com
A9 New Sonal Indl. Estate,
Saki Vihar Road,
MUMBAI - 400072
Phone: + 91-22-28575318 / 19
Fax: + 91-22-28575321
response@belconengineers.com
www.belconengineers.com
Annflex Bellows & Compensators
Bevel Gears India Pvt. Ltd. - page 39
D/21, Gokuldham Society,
Behind Union Bank-Sama Branch
Post-EME, Sama
VADODARA - 390008 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-265-2714685
Fax: + 91-265-2781810
info@annflex.com
www.annflex.com
October-December 2012
17B Sadaramangala Industrial Area
Whitefield Road
Bangalore 560048
Phone: + 91-80-28410312
Fax: + 91-80-28410185
jamalgrp@bevelgearsindia.com
www.bevelgearsindia.com
www.geartechnologyindia.com
A-271, 2nd Stage,
Peenya Industrial Estate
BANGALORE - 560058 Karnataka
Phone: + 91-80-28360233
Fax: + 91-80-28362030
forgings@vsnl.net
www.bhandariforgings.com
Pune Cantonment
Mundhwa
PUNE - 411036
Phone: + 91-20-67042777
Fax: + 91-20-6822387
info@bharatforge.com
www.bharatforge.com
Bharat Gears Ltd.
Kausa Shil, Shilphata, District Thane
THANE - 400 612 MH
Phone: + 91-22-25352692
Fax: + 91-22-25351651
info@bglindia.com
www.bharatgears.com
Bodyhardchem
201, Vraj Complex,
Tapovan Society,
Nizampura,
BARODA - 390002
Phone: + 91-265-2780789
india1812@bodyhardchem.com
www.bodyhardchem.com
Bohler High Performance Metals Pvt.
Ltd.
Survey No.14/1-3, 17/1-3
Village Honad
Taluka - Khalapur
RAIGAD - 410 203 mh
Phone: + 91-02192-269365
Fax: + 91-02192-269365
info@bohlerindia.com
www.bohlerindia.com
Boneng Transmission (India) Pvt. Ltd.
No. 603, Bhumiraj Rica Commercial
Bldg.
Plot 1& 2,Palm Beach Road,
Sec-18,Sanpada
NAVI MUMBAI - 400705
Phone: + 91-22-27813385
Fax: + 91-22-27812286
india@boneng.com
www.boneng.com
Bonfiglioli Transmissions Pvt. Ltd.
Survey No. 528/1, Perambakkam Road,
Mannur Village,
Sriperambudur Taluk,
CHENNAI - 602 105
Phone: + 91-44-61003800
Fax: + 91-44-61003999
rajan.n@bonfiglioli.com
www.bonfiglioli.com
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Near Vatva Railway Station
Vatva
AHMEDABAD
Phone: + 91-79-66132388
Fax: + 91-79-66132419
info@boschrexroth.co.in
www.boschrexroth.co.in
Bourn & Koch Inc. - page 25
2500 Kishwaukee Street
Rockford IL 61104, USA
Phone: + 1-815-965-4013
Fax: + 1-815-965-0019
sales@bourn-koch.com
www.bourn-koch.com
Brevini India Private Limited
101 Faizan Apartments, Above Syndicate Bank
134 S.V. Road - Jogeshwari (West)
MUMBAI - 400102
Phone: + 91-22-26794262
Fax: + 91-22-26794263
brevind@vsnl.com
www.breviniindia.com
Bright Tools Corporation
63/69 Nagdevi Cross Lane
3 rd floor
MUMBAI - 400003 Maharashtra 400 003
Phone: + 91-22-23450144 /
23117158
Fax: + 91-22-23427723
btcbte@yahoo.in
www.brighttoolscorp.com
CADES Digitech Pvt. Ltd.
Kirloskar Business Park, Block ‘C’
2nd Floor, Hebbal
BANGALORE - 560024
Phone: + 91-80-4193-9000
Fax: + 91-80-4193-9099
info@cadestech.com
www.cadestech.com
Calicut Engineering Works Limited
Dumraon House, 2nd floor, Suite# 6,
26A, Camac Street,
P. O. Box# 9119,
KOLKATA - 700016 West Bengal
Phone: + 91-33-22871979 / 5693
Fax: + 91-33-22876072
calicut@hotmail.com
www.calicutengineering.com
Capital Tool Industries - page 41
7-a, Industrial Estate
PATIALA - 147004 Punjab 147004
Phone: + 91-175-2351089
Fax: + 91-175-2217102
capitaltool@usa.net
www.capital-tool.com
Carborundum Universal - page 37
Post Box No. 2272
Tirovottiyur
CHENNAI - 600 019
Phone: + 91--44-42211000
Fax: + 91-44-25733499
DeepakdurairajPL@cumi.murugappa.com
www.cumiabrasives.com
Carl Zeiss India Pvt. Ltd.
#22, Kensington Road,
Ulsoor
BANGALORE - 560008
Phone: + 91 80-43438000
Fax: + 91-80-25568104
uday@zeiss.co.in
www.zeiss.co.in
Castrol India Ltd.
Industrial Lubricants - HQ
Rayala Towers, V Floor, 781-785
Anna Salai
CHENNAI - 600 002
Phone: + 91-4442198823/42198826
Fax: + 91-44-28416305
TN.suresh@castrol.com
www.castrol.com/industrial
Chrystec Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Office No. 104, Winner’s Court
Lullanagar
PUNE - 411040
Phone: + 91-20-30461527
Fax: + 91-20-30115369
sbhatkhande@chrystec.com
www.chrystec.com
Clifford-Jacobs Forging - page 14
A member of the IMT Forge Group
2410 N. 5th Street
Champaign IL 61822, USA
Phone: + 1-217-352-5172
Fax: + 1-217-352-4629
sales@clifford-jacobs.com
www.clifford-jacobs.com
Comtorgage Corporation - page 13
P.O. Box 1217
Slatersville RI 02876-0896, USA
Phone: + 1-401-765-0900
Fax: + 1-401-765-2846
www.comtorgage.com
Cori Engineers Private Limited
79, Valmiki Street
Thiruvanmiyur
CHENNAI - 600041
Phone: + 91-44-24426950
Fax: + 91-44-24426951
cori@vsnl.com
www.igp-group.com
Cryotron Magnadrives
A-104, Sai Sneha Industrial Estate,
Phatak Road,
Bhayander East, District Thane
MUMBAI - 401105
Phone: + 91-22-28191473
Fax: + 91-22-28190433
cryotron@satyam.net.in
www.cmdindia.com
Darbar Belting
1, Prasthan-1 Near Sayona City Road
Ghatlodia
AHMEDABAD - 380061
Phone: + 91-98-2502-3086
darbarbelting@gmail.com
www.darbarbelting.co.in
Dee Bee Enterprise
C-1/4 Urmi Apartments, Fatehgunj
VADODARA - 390002 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-265-2794341
Fax: + 91-265-2794341
dbe@deebee-enterprise.com
www.deebee-enterprise.com
Dee-Kay Gears
Dee-Kay Industrial Estate
Off Lake Road,
Bhandup
MUMBAI - 400078
Phone: + 91-22-41704005
Fax: + 91-22-41704040
deekay@vsnl.com
www.deekaygears.com
Diamond Abrasive Products
A-68,69, Plot T-204, MIDC, Bhosari.
PUNE - 411026 Maharashtra 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27129478
Fax: + 91-20-30624242
dap@diamondabrasiveproducts.
com
www.diamondabrasiveproducts.
com
DiaTech Tools India Pvt. Ltd.
C-37 Panki Industrial Area
P.O.Udyognagar
KANPUR - 208022
Phone: + 91-512-2691210
Fax: + 91-512-2691214
dia.tech@rediffmail.com
www.diatechtools.com
DISA India Ltd. (Wheelabrator Group)
Kushal Garden Arcade
5th Floor, 1A Peenya Industrial Area
Peenya 2nd Phase
BANGALORE - 560008
Phone: + 91-80-40201400/1413
Fax: + 91-80-28391661
niraj.p@noricangroup.com
www.disagroup.com
Dontyne Systems Ltd. - page 4
Rotterdam House,
116 Quayside
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne NE1 3DY
England
Phone: + 44-191-206-4636
Fax: + 44-191-206-4001
india@dontyne.com
www.dontyne.com
Drake Manufacturing Services Co.
- page 12
c/o VMT Technologies India
Bangalore
Phone: + 91-80-2361-9163
Fax: + 91-80-2361-9163
vmtindia@vsnl.net
www.drakemfg.com
Drive Tech Solutions
Flat No. 3, Building No. 8A, Baasuri
Naadbramha Society,
Warje
PUNE - 411058 Maharastra 411058
Phone: + 91-9158592111
Fax: + 91-9158593111
info@drivetechsolutions.com
www.drivetechsolutions.com
Durga Bearings Mumbai Pvt. Ltd.
32, Corporate Avenue, A Wing
3rd Floor, Mahal Industrial Estate
Near Paper Box, Off Mahakali Caves
Road
Andheri (E) MUMBAI - 400093
Phone: + 91-22-26819000
Fax: + 91-26876074
dgm@durgabearings.com
www.durgabearings.com
Eicher Engineering Solutions
A602, Signature Towers
South City 1
GURGAON - 122001 Haryana
Phone: + 91-124-4075021
Fax: + 91-124-4072025
transmission@eicher.co.in
www.eicherengineeringsolutions.
com
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd.
- page 26
Post Box #6
Vallabh Vidyanagar
GUJARAT - 388 120
Phone: + 91-269-2236469
Fax: + 91-269-2227484
infogear@elecon.com
www.elecon.com
Electro Steel Engineering Company
38 Nagdevi Cross Lane,
Ground Floor
MUMBAI - 400003 MAHARASHTRA 400003
Phone: + 91-22-23435361
Fax: + 91-22-23412111
tanaygupta@hotmail.com
www.indiamart.com/tyginc
Electromatic Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
8-B, Saheli Marg,
UDAIPUR - 313001 Rajasthan
Phone: + 91-294-2526933
Fax: + 91-294-2526525
sales@clutchesbrakes.com
www.clutchesbrakes.com
www.geartechnologyindia.com
October-December 2012
Elesa and Ganter India Pvt. Ltd.
B-62, Sector 65
NOIDA - 201301
Phone: + 91-120-4726666
Fax: + 91-120-4726600
dharmesh@elesaganter-india.com
www.elesa-ganter.com
Elmak Motors Pvt. Ltd.
W-269, J Block, MIDC,
Bhosari,
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27120359
Fax: + 91-20-27122184
elmak@elmakmotors.com
www.elmakmotors.com
Elmrad Engineering Co. Pvt. Ltd.
373/3, G.I.D.C., Makarpura
BARODA - 390010 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-2652-638-276
Fax: + 91-2652-644-595
sales@elmradindia.com
www.elmradindia.com
EMAG India Pvt. Ltd.
#17/G/46-3 & #17/G/46-3-1
Industrial Suburb, 2nd Stage
Opp. Hyundai Service Station,
Yeshwanthpur
BANGALORE - 560 022
Phone: + 91-80-42544400
Fax: + 91-80-42544440
karnamguru@emagindia.in
www.emag.com
Emco Dynatorq Pvt. Ltd.
1st Floor, “Sita Mauli,” Above Bank of
Maharashtra
Madanlal Dhingra Road,
Panchpakhadi, Thane (West)
MUMBAI - 400602
Phone: + 91-22-25452244
Fax: + 91-22-25452233
info@emco-dynatorq.in
www.emco-dynatorq.in
Empire Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Empire House
414, Senapati Bapat Marg.
Lower Parel
MUMBAI - 400013
Phone: + 91-22-66534900
Fax: + 91-22-24935363
shishir.verma@empiremt.com
Erwin Junker Maschinenfabrik GmbH
205, 2nd Floor, Jewel Tower,
Lane 5, Koregaon Park
PUNE - 411001
Phone: + 91-20-26053896
Fax: + 91-20-26053897
info@junker.in
www.junker.in
ESGI Tools Pvt. Ltd. - page 4
B-6 Focal Point
PATIALA - 147004 Punjab 147004
Phone: + 91-175-2233991-96
Fax: + 91-175-2233990
esgi@esgitools.com
www.esgitools.com
Essential Power Transmission Pvt.
Ltd. - page 5
Esenpro House,
24 Marol Cooperative Industrial
Estate,
Off M.V. Road, Andheri (East)
MUMBAI - 400 059
Phone: + 91-2228488742/8911/8645
Fax: + 91-22-28488147/28504501
jshah@esenpro.com
www.esenpro.com
GEARTECHNOLOGYIndia
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BUYERS GUIDE - COMPANY INDEX
Essor International Inc.
4F-8, 3, Lane 2, Gong Yeh, 1st Road
407 Taichung
Taiwan ROC
Phone: + 886-04-23597440
Fax: + 886-04-23597446
sales@essor.com.tw
www.essor.com.tw
Excel Enterprises
203, DDA Complex
LAL Market, H-Block,
Vikas Puri
NEW DELHI - 110018
Phone: + 91-98-1015731
Fax: + 91-11-28542680
info@excelenterprises.biz
www.excelenterprises.biz
Excel Industrial Gears Pvt. Ltd.
45 / 46, Podar Chambers,
S. A. Brelvi Road,
MUMBAI - 400001
Phone: + 91-22-22663262
Fax: + 91-022-22661545
excelpiv@mtnl.net.in
www.excelpiv.com
ExxonMobil Company India Pvt. Ltd.
Kalpataru Point
Plot No. 107, Road No. 8
Sion East
MUMBAI - 400022
Phone: + 91-22-24044944
Fax: + 91-22-24045576
Fässler
c/o Matchless Machines & Technology
Green View, 39, Varadayini Society
Sus Road, Pashan
PUNE - 411021
Phone: + 91-20-25870445
Fax: + 91-20-25870808
kodikals@pn3.vsnl.net.in
www.faessler-ag.ch
Flexocon Engineers Private Limited
Abakash Apartment, Flat 1C,
14 MIG Housing Estate,
Sodepur
KOLKATA - 700110 West Bengal
Phone: +91-33-25230864
Fax: +91-33-25230866
flexocon@gmail.com
www.flexoconindia.com
Fluidomat Limited
7C-8J, Industrial Area
Agra-Bombay Road
DEWAS - 455001 MP
Phone: + 91-7272-258582
Fax: + 91-7272-258581
info@fluiodmat.com
www.fluidomat.com
Fluro Engineering P. Ltd.
Plot No. B-29/1, MIDC,
Taloja, District Raigad,
NAVI MUMBAI - 410208
Phone: + 91-22-27411922
Fax: + 91-22-27411933
sales@fluroengg.com
www.fluroengg.com
Forst Technologie GmbH & Co. KG
Schuetzenstrasse 160
D-42659 Solingen 42659
Germany
Phone: + 49-212-4090
Fax: + 49-212-409111
sales@forst-online.de
www.forst-online.de
Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd. - page 7
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
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Frenco GmbH - page 9
c/o Metrology Systems & Solutions
D-4, Chitrapur CHS
27th Road, TPS III, Bandra (W)
MUMBAI - 400 050
Phone: + 91-22-28313850
Fax: + 91-22-26843973
smgolikeri4114@rediffmail.com
www.frenco.de
Gajra Gears Pvt. Ltd.
C-1, Ring Road, Naraina
Near Tikona Park, Kali Mandhir
NEW DELHI - 110028
Phone: + 91-11-25770449
Fax: + 91-11-25778692
gewindia@rediffmail.com
www.gewindia.com
Gates India Pvt. Ltd.
Chandigarh Ambala Highway,
LALRU - 141104
Phone: + 91-1762-506886
Fax: + 91-1762-506833
customercare@gatesind.com
www.gatesind.com
Gayatri Gear Industries
73,74 Ashapura Estate, B/h Alankar
Boilers
Near Ramol Chokadi, GIDC,
Ph-IV, Mahemdabad Road, Vatva
AHMEDABAD - 382445
Phone: + 91-79-25840180
Fax: + 91-79-25840180
info@gayatrigear.com
www.gayatrigear.com
Gear Kraft Enterprises
27, 3rd Cross,
Rajajinagar 6th Block
BANGALORE - 560010
Phone: + 91-80-26393416
Fax: + 91-80-26393416
nag.gearkraft@gmail.com
Gear Technology India
Virgo House
250, Amarjyoti Layout
Domlur Extension
BANGALORE - 560071
Phone: + 91-80-25357028/29
anitha@virgo-comm.com
www.geartechnologyindia.com
Gears & Gear Drives (India) Pvt. Ltd.
#585, 1st Stage, 9th Main
Indiranagar
BANGALORE - 560038
Phone: + 91-80-25281306,
24214271
Fax: + 91-80-25283584
info@gearsandgeardrives.com
www.gearsandgeardrives.com
Gearspect India Pvt. Ltd. - page 33
Unit no: 654, 6th Floor, Penatgon P2
Magarpatta City, Hadapsar
PUNE - 411013 Maharashtra
Phone: + 91-20-60120004
info@gearspect.com
www.gearspect.com
Ghatge Patil Industries Ltd.
Uchagaon, Kolhapur,
KOLHAPUR - 416005 Maharashtra
416005
Phone: + 91-231-2608 000
Fax: + 91-231-2608 080
vijay.sankpal@gpi.co.in
www.gpi.co.in
21500 Hoover Road
Warren MI 48089, USA
Phone: + 1-586-755-5353
Fax: + 1-586-755-0304
sales@gibbsmachinery.com
www.gibbsmachinery.com
October-December 2012
Plot 37 Doddenakundi Industrial Area
Mahadevapura, Whitefield Road
BANGALORE - 560048 Karnataka 560 048
Phone: + 91-80-2852-4376
Fax: + 91-80-2852-4377
bangalore.sales@gleason.com
www.gleason.com
Goodwill Engineering
Station Road
DEWAS - 455001
Phone: + 91-7272-421000
Fax: + 91-7272-421001
gajra@gajra.com
www.gajra.com
Gibbs Machinery Company
HiTech e Soft
Gleason Works (India) Pvt. Ltd. 14th Floor, Tower B
page 30-31
H.H. Engineering Works
No. 62, Guru Nanak Marg,
Kewal Park, Azadpur
NEW DELHI - 110033
Phone: + 91-1127-672-910
Fax: + 91-1127-670-450
hhengineeringworks@yahoo.co.in
www.indiamart.com/hhengineeringworks
Hangsterfer’s Laboratories
c/o Supra Industries
SP 106 MIDC Bhosari
S-Block
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-30685648
Fax: + 91-20-30685638
info@supraindustries.com
www.hangsterfers.com
Unitech Millenium Plaza
Sushant Lok, Sector 27
GURGAON - 122002 Haryana
Phone: + 91-124-2806088
Fax: + 91-124-2806089
contact@hitechesoft.com
www.hitechesoft.com
Höfler Maschinenbau GmbH Back Cover
c/o Nemade Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
#7, Patel Complex, Bhusari Colony
Paud Road
PUNE - 411038
Phone: + 91-98-22112771
ashish@nemade.in
www.hofler.com
IMEXSU Group
8-a, Vaibhav Industrial Estate
Baji Pasalkar Marg
Besides MTNL Sakivihar Exchange
Andheri (E) MUMBAI - 400057
Phone: + 91-22-67488999
Fax: + 91-22-67488979
np@imexsu.in
www.imexsu.com
IMS Gear Planetary Gears Inc.
440 Viking Dr, Ste 110
Virginia Beach VA 23452, USA
Phone: + 1-757-227-5553
Fax: + 1-757-227-5543
joe.sitta@imsgear.us
www.imsgear.com
Hanro Tools Incorporation
IMT Group
Hans-Juergen Geiger MaschinenVertrieb GmbH - page 29
Industrial Tools Corp.
CB 188b, Ring Road,
Naraina Vihar
NEW DELHI - 110028
Phone: + 91-83-73904408
Fax: + 91-11-25778470
www.hanrotools.com
James-Watt-Strasse 12
D-72555 Metzingen
Germany
Phone: + 49-7123-18040
Fax: + 49-7123-18384
geiger@geiger-germany.com
www.geiger-germany.com
Hexagon Metrology India Pvt. Ltd.
A-9, Sector-65
NOIDA - 201301
Phone: + 91-120-4281962
Fax: + 91-120-4281964
lalitha.mani@hexagonmetrology.
com
www.hexagonmetrology.com
HighTemp Furnaces Limited
Manufacturing Division and Commercial Heat Treat
1C, 2nd Phase Peenya Industrial Area
BANGALORE Karnataka
Phone: + 91-80-28395917
Fax: + 91-80-28390490
marketing@hightemp-furnaces.
com
www.hightemp-furnaces.com
Hindustan Enterprises Co. (Radar
Broach)
Plot No. 695, Satsang Road,
Opp. Industrial Estate
LUDHIANA - 141003 Punjab
Phone: + 91-161-2530693
Fax: + 91-161-2533693
info@radartools.com
www.radartools.com
www.geartechnologyindia.com
No. 1203, Casablanca, 12th Floor
Plot No. 45, Sector 11
NAVI MUMBAI - 400614
Phone: + 91-22-27571133, 1134
Fax: + 91-22-2757-1133, 1134
rs@fmtindia.net
www.imtgrindinggroup.com
54/14 D2, MIDC, Chinchwad
PUNE - 411019
Phone: + 91-20-27474394
Fax: + 91-20-27474394
pune@industrialtoolscorp.com
www.industrialtoolscorp.com
Infin Machine Tools - page 11
No. 99, Spencer Road, First Floor
Frazer Town
BANGALORE - 560005
Phone: + 91-80-25567837
Fax: + 91-80-25567849
bangalore@infinmachinetools.in
www.infinmachinetools.in
International Combustion (Bauer Gear
Motors)
Infinity Benchmark, 11th Floor, Plot
No. G-1,
Block EP & GP, Sector V,
Salt Lake Electronics Complex
KOLKATA - 700059
Phone: + 91-33-3315-3000
Fax: + 91-33-2357-6653
info@internationalcombustion.in
www.internationalcombustion.in
Involute Tooling Corporation
Plot 65, Sector 27C
FARIDABAD - 121003
Phone: + 91-129-4279001
Fax: + 91-129-4279009
involute@vsnl.com
www.involutetools.com
Krishna Engineers
Ipsen Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 23, Nirman Ind. Estate
Inside Back Cover
Diamond Harbour Road
Konchowkiq
BHASA - 743503 Kolkata
Phone: + 91-33-24978314
scm@ipsenindia.com
www.ipsenindia.com
IPTEX 2014
The International Gear and Power
Transmission Expo
Virgo House
250, Amarjyoti Layout
Domlur Extension
BANGALORE - 560071
Phone: + 91-80-25357028/29
anitha@virgo-comm.com
www.iptexpo.com
J.D.M. Gears & Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
5/3, M.M. Feeder Road
P.O Ariadaha
KOLKATA - 700057 West Bengal
Phone: + 91-33-25444184
Fax: + 91-33-25444509
marketing@jdmgearspltd.com
www.jdmgearspltd.com
Kadkraft Systems Pvt. Ltd. - page 41
#316, Sector 37-A
CHANDIGARH - 160036
Phone: + 91-0172-2690204
raman.gupta@kadkraft.com
www.kadkraft.com
Kapp GmbH
c/o Chrystec Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Office No. 104, Winner’s Court
Lullanagar
PUNE - 411040
Phone: + 91-20-30461527
Fax: + 91-20-30115369
sbhatkhande@chrystec.com
www.chrystec.com
Kapsyn Manufacturing Company
Aujla Road,
PO Mansoorwal Dona,
KAPURTHALA - 144601 Punjab
Phone: + 91-1822-237209
Fax: + 91-1822-233452
kapsyn@vsnl.com
www.kapsyn.com
KG International FZCO
1st Floor, 314(176) Thambu Chetty St
CHENNAI - 600001
Phone: + 91-44-32537199
Fax: + 91-44-42627339
rakeshm@kginternational.com
www.kginternational.com
Khemka Broach & Spline Gauge
H-5/39, MIDC,
Chikalthana
AURANGABAD - 431210
Phone: + 91-240-2484712
Fax: + 91-240-2485517
sales@khemkabroach.com
www.khemkabroach.com
KISSsoft - page 41
c/o Kadkraft Systems Pvt. Ltd.
#316, Sector 37-A
CHANDIGARH - 160036
Phone: + 91-0172-2690204
raman.gupta@kadkraft.com
www.kisssoft.com
Klingelnberg GmbH
c/o Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
Chincholi - Link Road
Malad (W)
MUMBAI - 400064
Phone: + 91-22-28727916
Fax: + 91-22-28790241
response@krishnaeng.com
www.krishnaeng.com
KTR Couplings (India) Pvt. Ltd.
T - 36/37/38 MIDC, Bhosari
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27127324 / 25
Fax: + 91-20-27127323
K.karandikar@ktr.com
www.ktr.com
Kudale Instruments Pvt. Ltd.
“Precision House”
98A/17, Hadapsar Industrial Estate.
PUNE - 411013 Maharashtra 411013
Phone: + 91-20-26870567 ;
26872068
Fax: + 91-20-26875383
kudale@vsnl.net
www.kudaleinstruments.com
Kushal Udhyog
B - 132/1, Krishna Nagar,
New Pali Road,
JODHPUR - 342005
Phone: + 91-291-2720072
Fax: + 91-291-2724400
kushaludg@sancharnet.in
www.kushaludhyog.com
L.G. Balakrishnan & Bros. Ltd.
Krisnarayapuram Road, Ganapathy,
COIMBATORE - 641006
Phone: + 91-422-2532325
Fax: + 91-422-2532333
info@lgb.co.in
www.lgb.co.in
Lalson Tools Corp.
D-277 Focal Point Patiala
PATIALA - 147001 Punjab 147001
Phone: + 91-175-2232001
Fax: + 91-175-2232001
info@lalsoncuttingtools.com
www.lalsoncuttingtools.com
Liebherr-Verzahntechnik GmbH
- page 7
c/o Francis Klein & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
70/1, 4th Floor, Mission Road
BANGALORE - 560027
Phone: + 91-80-22272781
Fax: + 91-80-22276324
sales@francisklein.in
www.francisklein.in
LMT (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Plot No. 144, Sector 7, PCNTDA,
MIDC Bhosari
PUNE - 411026 Maharastra 411026
Phone: + 91-20-30700307
Fax: + 91-20-30700306
rpreddy@lmt-tools.co.in
www.lmt-tools.com
LNT India
A-69, Flatted Factory Complex
Jhandewalan
NEW DELHI - 110055
Phone: + 91-11-23621566
Fax: + 91-11-23621266
lnt@vsnl.com
www.lntindia.co.in
Lubi Electronics
Sardar Patel Ring Road, Near Bright
School,
Nana Chiloda
AHMEDABAD - 382325 Gujarat 382 325
Phone: + 91-079-39845300
Fax: + 91-079-39845599
jsshah@lubielectronics.com
www.lubielectronics.com
Gears: Spur-Helical-Bevel
Worm Wheel Sets
Timing Pulleys
Sprockets
Custom Made Gear Boxes
www.geartechnologyindia.com
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Maco Corporation India Pvt. Ltd.
603, Iscon Heights, Atria - 1
Opp. GEB Training & Research Center
Gotri Road
VADODARA - 390007 Gujarat 390007
Phone: + 91-265-3244109
ragrawal@macocorporation.com
www.macocorporation.com
MAG India IAS Pvt. Ltd.
# 67, 1st Main, Industrial Suburb,
2nd Stage, Yeshwantpur
BANGALORE - 560 022
Phone: + 91-80-40677000
Fax: + 91-80-40677000
naveen.patel@mag-ias.com
www.mag-ias.com
Mayr Corporation
c/o National Engineering Company
J-225 MIDC Bhosari
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27130029
Fax: + 91-20-27130229
www.nenco.org
MGM-Varvel Power Transmission
Door No. 68, Indus Valley’s Logistic
Park
Unit 3 MEL Ayanambakkam
Vellala Street
CHENNAI - 600095
Phone: + 91-44-64627008
ravik@mgmvarvelindia.com
www.mgmvarvelindia.com
Magna Steyr India Pvt. Ltd.
Milltex Engineering Company
Maheen Enterprises
Mitsibishi Heavy Industries - Cutting
Tools Div.
1st Floor, Kapil Zenith, Survey No.55,
Hissa No: 01,Bavdhan Khurd,
PUNE - 411021 Maharastra 411021
Phone: + 91-20-66751134
Fax: + 91-20-66751297
Siva.Reddy@magnasteyr.com
magnasteyr.com
C-151-152, Focal Point,
PATIALA - 147001 Punjab
Phone: + 91-175-2281636
Fax: + 91-175-2281636
maheenbroaches@yahoo.com
www.maheenbroaches.com
Mahr Metrology India Pvt. Ltd.
R-38, 6th Main Road
Anna Nagar
CHENNAI - 600040
Phone: + 91-44-4217-0531
mahrindia@mahr.com
www.mahr.com
Marc Industries
130 J.P. Tower, Tagore Road,
RAJKOT - 360002 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-281-2483151
Fax: + 91-281-2464814
info@marcbearings.com
www.marcbearings.com
Mark Elektriks
Plot # 15, Gultekdi Industrial Estate
PUNE - 411037
Phone: + 91-20-24275379
Fax: + 91-20-66016311
markelektriks@vsnl.net
www.markelektriks.com
Matchless Machines & Technology
Pvt. Ltd. - page 19
4, Green View
39 Varadayini Society
SUS Road, Pashan
PUNE - 411021
Phone: + 91-20-25870445
Fax: + 91-20-25870808
kodikals@pn3.vsnl.net.in
Maxplus Enterprise
Sagar Arcade Building, Ground Floor
Office No. 04, Gondal Road, Near
Gurukool
RAJKOT - 360002 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-98-79244656
Fax: + 91-28-12362615
forge@maxplushotforging.com
www.maxplushotforging.com
Maxwell Tools Company
3 Industrial Estate
RAJPURA - 140401 Punjab
Phone: + 91-1762-320427
Fax: + 91-1762-223372
info@maxwelltools.com
www.maxwelltools.com
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B 18/39 , Jatpura , Near Bus Stand
KAPURTHALA - 144601
Phone: + 91-1822-309829
Fax: + 91-1822-232909
milltex_engineering@yahoo.co.in
www.beltingworld.com
Plot No: 2, SIPCOT Industrial Complex,
Vellore District
RANIPET - 632 403 TN
Phone: + 91-4172-244361
Fax: + 91-4172-244485
sales@mhi-ipt.in
www.mhi-ipt.in
Mitsibishi Heavy Industries - Machine
Tool Div.
3 B, 3rd Floor, Lotus Tower
Community Centre
New Friends Colony
NEW DELHI - 110025
Phone: + 91-11-41021234
Fax: + 91-11-41025150
mtdsales@mhiindia.com
www.mhiindia.com
PA Pinions
Niles Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH
Panchal Machinery
NKE Austria GmbH
Parag Casting Company
14/7, Mathura Road
FARIDABAD - 121003
Phone: + 91-129-6451260
Fax: + 91-129-2275525
gj@nawgears.com
www.allenberrygears.com
c/o Chrystec Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Office No. 104, Winner’s Court
Lullanagar
PUNE - 411040
Phone: + 91-20-30461527
Fax: + 91-20-30115369
sbhatkhande@chrystec.com
www.chrystec.com
94-A, Scheme No. 103
Kesar Bagh Road
INDORE - 452012 MP
Phone: + 91-73899-08787
jasvinder.nke@gmail.com
www.nke.at
Nord Drivesystems India Pvt. Ltd.
Mauje, Village Mann, Tal Mulshi
Adj. Hinjewadi Phase-II
282/2, 283/2, Plot No. 15
PUNE - 411057
Phone: + 91-20-39801200
Fax: + 91-20-39801216
www.norddrivesystems.co.in
Oerlikon Graziano / Oerlikon Fairfield
Molon Motor & Coil Corp.
300 Ridge Avenue
Arlington Heights IL 60005, USA
Phone: + 1-847-253-6000
Fax: + 1-847-259-5491
mktg@molon.com
www.molon.com
Nav Auxichem Pvt. Ltd.
158 Leather Complex
JALANDHAR - 144021
Phone: + 91-181-2650616
Fax: + 91-181-2650109
sales@perfectbelting.com
www.perfectbelting.com
Navyug Electric Motors & Pumps Ltd.
Plot-4, Phase-II,
GIDC, Vatva,
AHMEDABAD - 382445
Phone: + 91-79-65230103
Fax: + 91-29-25831434
sales@navyugelectricmotors.com
www.navyugelectricmotors.com
D-94, Sports & Surgical Goods
Complex,
Kapurthala Road
JALANDHAR - 144021
Phone: + 91-181-2650862
Fax: + 91-181-2650625
info@neelkanthbeltings.com
www.neelkanthbeltings.com
Sirhind Road,
Opp. D-315
PATIALA - 147007 Punjab
Phone: + 91- 92-16292234
Fax: + 91-175-2232648
pstool@rediffmail.com
www.pscuttingtool.com
New Allenberry Works (Deepak Industries Ltd.)
B-1-C13, Bhosari Industrial Estate
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27120103
Fax: + 91-20-27121223
info@nuteckcouplings.com
www.nuteckcouplings.com
C-122, Okhla Industrial Area,
Phase-I,
NEW DELHI - 110020
Phone: + 91-11-26372090
Fax: + 91-11-26372636
delhi@mitutoyoindia.com
www.mitutoyoindia.com
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#7, Patel Complex, Bhusari Colony
Paud Road
PUNE - 411038
Phone: + 91-98500-59241
mail@nemade.in
www.nemade.in
Nu-Teck Couplings Pvt. Ltd.
Mitutoyo South Asia Pvt. Ltd.
Neelkanth Beltings
P.S.Tools
Nemade Engineers Pvt. Ltd. D-304, Azad Nagar,
Back Cover
Plot No. 14, Udyog Kendra Greater
Noida
Gautam Budh Nagar
GREATER NOIDA - 201304
Phone: + 91-120-6625500
Fax: + 91-120-6625699
rajesh.aggarwal@oerlikon.com
www.oerlikon.com/graziano
Kasauli Road, Dharampur
SOLAN (HP) 173209
Phone: + 91-1792-264033
Fax: + 91-1792-264362
patimes@sify.com
www.microshaftsandgears.com
13, Ajay Industrial Estate, Nr. Water
Tank,
Dudheshwar Road
AHMEDABAD - 380004
Phone: + 91-79-25620953
Fax: + 91-79-25621692
info@panchalmachinery.in
www.panchalmachinery.in
338-B, G.I.D.C
Aji Vashahat - Phase - II
RAJKOT - 360003 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-281-2389146
Fax: + 91-281-2360492
sales@paragcasting.com
www.paragcasting.com
Paras Lubricants Limited
C-573, 2nd Floor,
Saraswati Vihar, Outer Ring Road,
NEW DELHI - 110034
Phone: + 91-11-27035422
Fax: + 91-11-27035421
info@palco.co.in
www.palco.co.in
Parker Hannifin India Pvt. Ltd.
Plot EL-26, MIDC
TTC Industrial Area, Mahape
NAVI MUMBAI - 400709
Phone: + 91-22-65137081
Fax: + 91-22-27686841
www.parker.com
PCK Buderus India
13, South West Boag Road
T.Nagar
CHENNAI - 600017
Phone: + 91-44-24346503
Fax: + 91-44-24341181
info@pck-buderus.com
www.pck-buderus.com
Oilmax Systems Pvt. Ltd.
PDM Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
P. G. Drive
Pethe Engineering Private Limited
Plot No. 2, Vedant Nagari, Karve
Anagar,
PUNE - 411052
Phone: + 91-20-25431052
Fax: + 91-20-25431052
marketing@oilmax.co.in
www.oilmax.co.in
123/3, Sanjay Mittal Industrial Estate
A.K.Road, Andheri-East
MUMBAI - 400059
Phone: + 91-22-28592806
Fax: + 91-22-28506015
info@pgdrive.com
www.pgdrive.com
P.G. Engineers
24 B/8, Industrial Area
Opp. Thermal Power House Gate
FARIDABAD - 121001
Phone: + 91-129-4027592
Fax: + 91-129-2261119
sales@pgcollets.info
www.pgcollets.info
www.geartechnologyindia.com
Gat No. 185, Harishchandri
Post Kapurhol
Pune-Satar Road, Tal Bhor
PUNE - 412205
Phone: + 91-99-70065950
cuttool@pdmengg.net
www.pdmengg.net
Plot 52/53, Lonavla Industrial Cooperative Estate
Lonavla
PUNE - 410401
Phone: + 91-2114-272570
Fax: + 91-2114-270563
pethe_engineering@vsnl.net
www.pethe.in
Pioneer Bearing Company
113-B Angappa Naicken St.
Parrys
CHENNAI - 600001
Phone: +91-44-2533-1018
Fax: + 91-44-3935-1992
pioneerbearing@gmail.com
www.pioneerbearing.in
Pix Transmissions Limited
J-7 MIDC Hingna Road
NAGPUR - 440016 MH
Phone: + 91-7104-237729
Fax: + 91-7104-236505
info@pixtrans.com
www.pixtrans.com
Placebo Gears and Transmissions
5-35-103, Prashanth Nagar IE
Kukatpally
HYDERABAD - 500072
Phone: + 91-40-23076321
Fax: + 91-40-23074035
placebogears@yahoo.com
www.placebogears.com
Popular Mechanical Works
21, Satguru Nanik Industrial Est.
Western Express Highway
Goregoan East
MUMBAI - 400063
Phone: + 91-22-26854126
Fax: + 91-22-26854863
sales@popularmechworks.com
www.popularmechworks.com
Power Transmission Engineers
A-1 / 36 Siddharth Bunglows,
Sama Savli Road, Karelibag,
VADODARA - 390022
Phone: + 91-265-2540659
Fax: + 91-265-2540659
info@ptegears.com
ptegears.com
Pragati Transmission Pvt. Ltd.
No. A103/104, 3rd Main, 2nd Stage
Peenya Industrial Estate
BANGALORE - 560058
Phone: + 91-80-28365364,
28367394
Fax: + 91-80-28365352
info@pragatigears.com
www.pragatigears.com
Precision Honing Solutions
Office No. 512, 5th Floor, The Land
Mark
Plot No. 26A, Sector 7
Kharghar
NAVI MUMBAI - 410210
Phone: + 91-22-27745766
skartha@phspl.com
www.phspl.com
Premier Ltd.
Mumbai - Pune Road
Chinchwad
PUNE - 411019
Phone: + 91-20-66310000
Fax: + 91-20-66310371
mtdsales@premier.co.in
www.premier.co.in
Premier Udyog
8-Partap Nagar
LUDHIANA - 141003 Punjab
Phone: + 91-9814026062
Fax: + 91-1612545377
param0377@gmail.com
www.premierudyog.org
Premium Energy Transmission Limited
P.B. No. 5
Mumbai-Pune Road, Chinchwad
PUNE - 411019
Phone: + 91-20-27475141
Fax: + 91-20-27450287
apk@premiumtransmission.com
www.premiumtransmission.com
Prime Technologies
A-501, Devdeveshwar
R.S.M. Cross Road, Andheri (E)
MUMBAI - 400069
Phone: + 91-2228313850/28221354
Fax: + 91-22-26843973
primetechindia@gmail.com
www.gear-testers.com
Proteck Machinery Pvt. Ltd.
II Floor, “SPL Sri Ram Nivas”
No. 44/10, Venkatakrishna Road
CHENNAI - 600028
Phone: + 91-44-24953177 / 3357
Fax: + 91-44-24951578
mtdsales@proteck.co.in
www.proteckmachinery.com
Bevel Gear Solutions
Straight Bevel
1/2” to 90”
PTG Holroyd Limited
Holroyd
Harbour Lane North
Milnrow
Rochdale Lancashire OL163LQ
United Kingdom
Phone: + 44-0-1706-526590
neil.jones@ptgltd.com
www.holroyd.com
Spiral Bevel
1/2” to 60”
Punjab Gears
Plot No. 8621 - B, St. No. 7,
Guru Angad Colony, Kot Mangal
LUDHIANA - 141003
Phone: + 91-161-2501869
punjabgears72@yahoo.co.in
www.punjabgears.com
Ground Spiral Bevel
2” to 28”
Qua-Tech Industries
2 Lati Road, 3-Pruthviraj Plot
MORBI - 363461 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-2822-250222
Fax: + 91-2822-250171
info@qua-tech.com
www.qua-tech.com
Hypoid Gears
with 4-tooth pinions
Quality Gears - page 37
C1/14D, GIDC Estate
District Valsad
KILLA PARDI - 396125 Gujarat
Phone: + 91-260-2373685
Fax: + 91-260-2370285
sales@qualitygears.net
www.qualitygears.net
Quality Transmission Components
ISO 9001:2000
Bevel Gears (India) Pvt. Ltd.
P: +91 80 2841 0312 / 039
17 B Sadaramangla Industrial Area, F: +91 80 2841 0185
Whitefield Road, Bangalore, 560048 E: jamalgrp@vsnl.com
www.bevelgearsindia.com
125 Railroad Avenue
Garden City Park NY 11040, USA
Phone: + 1-516-437-6700
Fax: + 1-516-328-3343
QTCsupport@qtcgears.com
www.qtcgears.com
Rathi Group
Rathi Chambers
7, Deccan College Road
PUNE - 411006
Phone: + 91-20-305 17201
Fax: + 91-20-305 17212
enquiry@rathigroup.com
www.rathicouplings.com
Ravjeet Engineering Specialties
Pvt. Ltd. - page 45
S-89, MIDC Industrial Area
Bhosari
PUNE - 411026
Phone: + 91-20-27120370
Fax: + 91-20-66163645
sales@ravjeet.com
www.ravjeet.com
Reishauer AG
c/o Proteck Machinery Pvt. Ltd.
II Floor, SPL Sri Ram Nivas
No. 44/10, Venkatakrishna Road
Mandaveli CHENNAI - 600 028
Phone: + 91-44-24953177 / 3357
Fax: + 91-44-24951578
mtdsales@proteck.co.in
www.proteckmachinery.com
Renold
c/o Stellas Inter Traders
No. 2/13 MM Lane
SJP Road Cross
BANGALORE - 560002
Phone: + 91-80-22224781
Fax: + 91-80-22272622
stellas_intertraders@hotmail.com
www.renold.com
www.geartechnologyindia.com
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Rexnord India Pvt. Ltd.
Office No. 15, 16 & 17, 3rd Floor
L-Square, Plot No. 8, S. No. 187
Sanghvinagar Aundh
PUNE - 411007
Phone: + 91-20-30204513
IndiaCustomerService@rexnord.com
www.rexnord.com
Ring Plus Aqua
2nd Floor, J.K. Files Ltd.
Pokhran Road,
THANE - 400606 Maharashtra 400606
Phone: + 91-22-61527662
abhishek.hule@ringplusaqua.co.in
www.ringplusaqua.com
Romax Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
302, 3rd Floor, Sai Capital,
Senapati Bapat Road
PUNE - 411016 Maharashtra 411016
Phone: + 91-20-67201800
Fax: + 91-20-67201801
abhijeet.kalbhairav@romaxtech.com
www.romaxtech.com
S.M. Shah & Company
107,Jaywant Industrial Estate , Opp
Cross roads,
63 Tardeo Road
MUMBAI - 400034
Phone: + 91-22-23530391
Fax: + 91-22-23520108
smshahco@rediffmail.com
www.hydraulicvanepump.com
S.S.Tools
Sirhind Road
PATIALA - 147001 Punjab
Phone: + 91-175-2351272
Fax: + 91-175-2361272
info@sstools.net
www.sstools.net
Saacke Machines & Tools Pvt. Ltd.
204 Chandra Bhawan
67-68 Nehru Place
NEW DELHI - 110019 Delhi 110019
Phone: +91-11-46521430
Fax: +91-11-46517040
info@saacke-india.com
www.saacke-india.com
Sallex Machine Tools
15 - A, D.L.F. Industrial Area
Shivaji Marg
NEW DELHI - 110015
Phone: + 91-11-25937096
Fax: + 91-11-25167096
sallex15@gmail.com
www.sallex.com
Sam Gears (India) Pvt. Ltd.
18/37, Site - IV
District Ghaziabad
SAHIBABAD - 201010 UP
Phone: + 91-120-2895728
Fax: + 91-120-2895730
sam_gears@yahoo.co.in
www.samgears.com
SAMP India Pvt. Ltd.
No.4, Nandadeep Apptt.,
New Shrey Nagar
AURANGABAD - 431005
Phone: + 91-976-4911726
Fax: + 91-240-2320340
dvaradhye@rediffmail.com
www.samputensili.com
Sandvik Asia Pvt. Ltd. - page 3
Pune-Mumbai Road, Dapodi
PUNE - 411012
Phone: + 91-20-27104725
rupali.kavi@sandvik.com
www.sandvik.coromant.com/in
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Schaeffler Group (FAG Bearings India
Ltd.)
SKF India Limited - Inside Front Cover
Seco Tools India (P) Ltd.
SKG Enterprises
710, 7th Floor, Phase II, Spencer Plaza
769-Anna Salai
CHENNAI - 600002
Phone: + 91-44-28493582
Fax: + 91-44-28497577
www.fag.com
GAT No. 582, Pune Nagar Road
Koregaon Bhima, Tal. Shirur
PUNE - 412216
Phone: + 91-2137-667300
Fax: + 91-2137-667430
seco.india@secotools.com
www.secotools.com/in
VSP Homes
Road No 3, Ground Floor
Madhavpuri Hills, Chandanagar,
HYDERABAD - 500050
Phone: + 91-40-64563771
skgupta@skgsons.com
www.skgsons.com
Seco Warwick Allied Pvt. Ltd.
Allied House
Road No.1, Opp. B.M.C.Office,
Chembur
MUMBAI - 400071
Phone: + 91-22-25284028
Fax: + 91-22-25283805
kailash@alliedfurnaces.com
www.alliedfurnaces.com
Shailnick Chemicals P Ltd.
18 Manusmruti
Maninagar Hsg Soc, Opp Gopal Tower
AHMEDABAD - 380008
Phone: + 91-79-25465239
Fax: + 91-79-25468244
info@shailnick.com
www.shailnick.com/maskingcompht.htm
Shanthi Gears Ltd.
304-A, Shanthi Gears Road, Singanallur,
COIMBATORE - 641005
Phone: + 91-422-2360987
Fax: + 91-422-26662349
info@shanthigears.com
www.shanthigears.com
Shivam Autotech Ltd.
303, 3rd Foor,
Square One, Saket
NEW DELHI - 110017
Phone: + 91-11-49242100
Fax: + 91-11-49242116
admn@shivamautotech.com
www.shivamautotech.com
Shree Durga Industries - SDI Tools
F-56, MIDC, Ambad,
NASIK - 422010 Maharashtra
Phone: + 91-9850049567
Fax: + 91-253-2383289
sales@sditools.com
www.sditools.com
Shree Ganesh Bearings
Room.No.107, 1st Floor,
Standard Bldg. No. 1,
126, V. V. Chandan Street, Vadgadi
MUMBAI - 400003
Phone: + 91-44-23456311
Fax: + 91-44-23455556
sales@shreeganeshbearings.com
www.shreeganeshbearings.com
Shree Krishna Auto Indsutries
127, Sector-24
FARIDABAD - 121005 Haryana
Phone: + 91-129-5021922
Fax: + 91-129-5021923
info@shreekrishnaauto.com
www.shreekrishnaauto.com
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QUESTION #1
Profile Shift
Regarding profile shift: What kind of data must be considered when we grind a gear
with shift profile?
A few days ago we received a series of gears that need to be corrected (profile shift).
Our engineering department had a question about this topic; they tell me that they do
not know how to calculate the gears with profile shift and that they have big doubts
over whether—with each profile shift factor—the pressure angle also changes.
A friend in Texas told me that you cannot make a profile shift gear with a cutter
in a traditional way. For each correction factor, you require a cutter according to the
modification. Is this is correct?
Ing. David Ruiz, production manager
Grupo Meusnier S.A. de C.V.
Dear David,
AGMA 913–A98—Method for Specifying the Geometry
of Spur and Helical Gears—gives all the equations you need
for calculating profile shift.
The reference pressure angle measured on the generating
pitch diameter (the same as the standard pitch diameter or
reference pitch diameter) is determined by the cutter pressure
angle and is usually 20° for most gears. It is independent of
profile shift. The operating pressure angle is determined by
the operating center distance of the mating gears and is again
independent of the profile shift.
You can think of profile shift as simply shifting the teeth
outward or inward so that the active profile of the teeth uses
a different sector of the same involute curve.
Profile shift does not require special cutters if straightsided hobs are used (the usual case). The hob is simply
shifted outward or inward to shift the profiles, and the outer
diameters of the gears are changed to accommodate the profile shifts. Therefore, the advantages of profile shifting are
achieved with no cost consequences. Only form cutting such
as milling requires a different cutter for profile shifted gears.
That’s because form-cutting or form-grinding require a cutter
or grinding wheel with a profile that matches the shape of the
tooth space. Since profile shifting changes the shape of the
tooth space, the shape of the form cutter must change.
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One of the most important parameters in any gear design
is the number of teeth in the pinion, and profile shift has its
greatest relevance when the pinion has a small number of
teeth. In fact, the first use of profile shift was to avoid undercut in pinions with less than 17 teeth. It was later realized
that profile shift improves most aspects of gear operation,
and today it is used for many reasons including:
• Avoiding undercut
• Avoiding narrow top-lands to avoid case/core separation in
carburized gears
• Balancing specific sliding to maximize wear resistance and
Hertzian fatigue resistance
• Balancing flash temperature to maximize scuffing resistance
• Balancing bending fatigue life to maximize bending
fatigue resistance
Gears with few teeth are more sensitive to profile shift,
and their tooth shape changes more dramatically, whereas
profile shift changes tooth shape only slightly for gears with
a lot of teeth. In fact, the teeth of a rack (with theoretically
infinite number of teeth) do not change shape as the teeth
are profile shifted. These effects can be seen in Figure 4 of
AGMA 918–A98. It’s best to design gear sets with pinions
with at least 20 teeth—and preferably 25—in which case the
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profile shifts for balanced specific sliding, balanced flash
temperature and balanced bending fatigue life are all nearly
the same.
See AGMA 901–A92—A Rational Procedure for the
Preliminary Design of Minimum-Volume Gears—for a
method to design gears with maximum-load capacity by balancing the macropitting resistance and the bending fatigue
resistance.
Figures 1 and 2 demonstrate how profile shift dramatically
improves specific sliding. Figure 1 shows the specific sliding
for a gear set with no profile shift. Figure 2 shows the same
gear set after the pinion and gear have profile shifts designed
to balance and minimize the specific sliding. Profile shifting
has greatly reduced the specific sliding from -4.03 to -1.28.
This improves the meshing characteristics of the gear set by
reducing the frictional loss, lowering the contact temperature
and increasing the resistance to wear, macropitting, micropitting and scuffing.
Robert L. Errichello, a longtime
Gear Technology technical editor,
is owner-operator of Geartech—a
gear industry consultancy. Bob also
is a current member of the AGMA
Nomenclature, Helical Gear Rating,
Epicyclic Enclosed Drives and Wind
Turbine committees.
Dear David,
Profile shift—sometimes known as ‘addendum modification’ or ‘correction’—is the displacement of the basic rack
(or cutting tool) datum line from the reference diameter of
the gear. The size of the profile shift (mm or inches) is usually made to be non-dimensional by dividing it by the normal
module (or multiplying by the DP), and it is then defined
by the profile shift coefficient ‘x’. A positive profile shift
increases the tooth thickness while a negative profile shift
reduces tooth thickness (this applies to internal and external
gears alike). This is illustrated in Figure 1, which is copied
from ISO 21771:2007, i.e., Gears: Cylindrical Involute
Gears and Gear Pairs—Concepts and Geometry.
The only difference in machine setup required for cutting profile shifted gears is to change the radial position of
the cutting tool by an amount defined by the profile shift.
The cutting tool module or DP, cutting tool pressure angle
and number of teeth on change gears on manual machines,
remain unchanged. This in turn means the base diameter
(and base helix angle on helical gears) remain the same. A
key benefit from using involute gears is that we don’t need
to change the cutting tool to make gears with a different
diameter and tooth thickness.
Profile shift is used by designers for many reasons including the elimination of undercut when hobbing or shaping
gears with few teeth, minimizing sliding at the gear pair start
of active profile, increasing bending strength, increasing or
decreasing the center distance and changing tooth thickness
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Figure 1—Profile shift for external and internal gears, as defined by
ISO 21771:2007. Gears: Cylindrical Involute Gears and Gear Pairs—
Concepts and Geometry.
Figure 2—Example geometry software package with graphical
display illustrating the effect of profile shift (addendum modification)
on tooth shape and operating pressure angle.
or backlash. In fact all gears have some profile shift when
you consider that we normally move the cutting tool radially
to change the tooth thickness.
A common perception is that profile shift changes the
‘pressure angle’ of a gear.
This is wrong.
The pressure angle we specify on the drawing is the pressure angle of the cutting tool. The actual gear flank pressure
angle changes from root to tip and the working pressure
angle (the angle of the line of contact) of a gear pair depends
on gear center distance and gear base diameters only. If
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the sum of the pinion and wheel profile shift is zero, the
gears operate at the reference center distance. If this sum
is negative the gears have smaller center distance and thus
they have a smaller operating pressure angle, while a positive sum requires a larger center distance increased operating
pressure angle.
For further information on this subject I recommend
a document published by British Standard PD 6457—
Addendum Modification to Involute Spur and Helical Gears,
and also ISO 21771:2007, published by ISO. These references contain the calculations and recommendations for
minimum profile shift to avoid undercutting and maximum
profile shift that can be applied before the tooth crest thickness become too thin. Most commercial software packages
provide options for specifying profile shift; the effects can be
demonstrated graphically and improvements in gear performance can be quantified, as seen in Figure 2.
D r. R o b e r t F r a z e r , a G e a r
Technology technical paper contributor, heads the U.K. National Gear
Metrology Laboratory and as such is
responsible for gear design and analysis within The Design Unit at the
University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
Rob is also actively involved with
delivering the British Gear Association (BGA) training seminar program and is an active member of the AGMA Gear
Accuracy and Calibration committees.
Dear David,
Profile shift, also known as x factor, is just a method for
specifying tooth thickness. If the gear drawing has a “measurement over pins” or “span over a given number of teeth”
or other tooth thickness specification that you are familiar
with, you can just grind the gear to meet the specified tooth
thickness and safely ignore the profile shift.
Many of those familiar with profile shift find it very easy
to use during the design of a gear pair. However, the resulting gear is not fundamentally different from one designed by
other methods. Cutters do not need to be modified to create
gears with different amounts of profile shift.
The concept of profile shift is quite simple: as a gear cutter
is shifted radially towards the center of an external gear, the
tooth profile will of course also be shifted towards the gear
center. At a given diameter, such a shift of the tooth profile
results in the teeth appearing thinner. Since the actual pressure angle varies with diameter, a shift in the profile changes
the pressure angle at a given diameter. But this change in
pressure angle does not mean there was a change in tooling;
it is the natural result of sinking a given tool deeper into the
part.
The symbol for profile shift is x, and it is a coefficient; i.e.,
E A R C Uso
T TitI NisGnon-dimensional.
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tion for profile shift is that a positive profile shift results in
thicker teeth. So shifting a cutter towards the center of an
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external gear is a negative profile shift, since it makes the
teeth thinner.
The profile shift usually used by gear designers is for
a zero backlash gearset. To provide some backlash, some
designers increase center distance while others reduce the
profile shift. When you subtract an additional small shift as a
backlash allowance from the non-dimensional zero backlash
profile shift, and multiply by module to get millimeters, the
result is called the “rack shift.”
In Europe, some gear designers specify only the zero
backlash profile shift and the manufacturer will thin the teeth
according to tables in the DIN standards. If you receive such
a drawing that does not specify an actual measurement of the
finished gear teeth, then you should discuss with your customer what is actually expected.
For more information, see AGMA 913–A98. This information sheet was written to introduce profile shift to engineers
in the United States. There are also many computer programs, such as AGMA’s Gear Rating Suite, that will allow
you to easily convert from profile shift to other forms of
tooth thickness specification.
John M. Rinaldo, senior development engineer at New York-located
Atlas Copco Comptec LLC, is also
a current member of the AGMA
Computer Programming (vice-chair),
Nomenclature, Gear Accuracy (vicechair) and Helical Enclosed Drives
High-Speed Units committees.
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Wear-Resistant Bearings
Gary L. Doll and Michael N. Kotzalas
Reprinted courtesy The Timken Company
Management Summary
Since the late 1990s, the Timken
Company has employed surface engineering technologies on bearing rollers
to provide wear resistance and friction
reduction to demanding customer applications. More than a decade of intensive research and development has
resulted in two new technologies that,
when used in combination, expand the
performance of rolling element bearings
well beyond previous limits.
Timken’s new surface engineering
technologies were not developed to be
temporary fixes, but were instead designed to address the root causes of
the mechanisms responsible for lifelimiting bearing wear. When rolling
elements with these surface engineering technologies are incorporated into
roller bearings, the bearing assembly is
referred to as a Timken wear-resistant
bearing.
Surface engineering. Surface engineering is the practice of altering the
chemical and/or topographical proper-
ties of the surface of a component or
device. Timken has previously shown
that an engineered surface, which has
worked well at reducing wear in rolling
element bearings, is a metal-containing
diamond-like carbon coating applied to
super-finished rolling elements (Refs.
1–2). It is sometimes beneficial to consider real surfaces as having roughness
on different length scales. So, whereas,
quantities—such as Ra and Rq—describe longer length roughness characteristics, shorter length roughness is
better quantified by a quantity such as
asperity slope Dq.
A standard finish on a rolling element—typically one that has been
ground and honed— produces a surface
with a long-length scale roughness that
in cross-section resembles the illustration labeled as “Standard” (Fig. 1). Ra
and Rq values of 100 nm and 140 nm,
respectively, are commonly measured on
these surfaces. An illustration of a surface produced by a super-finishing process is also shown (Fig. 1).
Figure 1—Roughness characteristics of finished rollers.
These surfaces have typical Ra and Rq
values of 60 nm and 90 nm, respectively. Surfaces with smaller Ra and Rq values promote greater separation of contacting surfaces and larger load-bearing
capabilities that produce a more desirable distribution of contact stresses in
the material than surfaces produced by
standard finishing processes.
Analysis of the short-length scale
roughness from measurements of
ground, ground + honed, and superfinished surfaces yields average asperity slopes (Fig. 1). Because asperity interactions in contacting surfaces play an
important role in wear modes—micropitting and smearing, for example—the
smaller the asperity slope, the smaller
the interaction.
A super-finishing process described
by Hashimoto, et al. (Ref. 3) can produce surfaces such as that shown (Fig.
2), in which most of the traditional machining features have been removed. For
comparison purposes, a standard surface
that has been ground and honed is also
shown. 3-D topographical profiles of
each surface obtained by a white light
interferometer microscope are shown
below the optical images.
Super-finished surfaces are especially beneficial to mechanical components
operating in boundary layer lubrication
because the opportunities for asperity interactions in the contact areas are
greatly reduced.
Metal-containing, diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings were first developed by Dimigen (Ref. 4). Later, these
materials were found to be nanocomposites consisting of metal carbide pre-
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cipitates in amorphous hydrocarbon
matrices (Ref. 5). Since tungsten containing diamond-like (W-DLC) coatings can usually be deposited at temperatures below the tempering points
of engineering steels, they are currently
utilized in many mechanical applications (Ref. 6). Generally, W-DLC coatings are two to three times harder than
steel, use Cr adhesion layers, are less
than three micrometers thick and have
low friction coefficients when sliding
against steel.
Like some other bearing manufacturers, Timken has used commercial coatings, such as W-DLC, for many years
to provide wear resistance to rolling element bearings. For example, W-DLC
coatings have been successfully used as
barriers to the adhesive wear mechanisms that cause false brinelling and
smearing in roller bearings. However,
in boundary layer lubricated environments, W-DLC coatings have not exhibited the durability to remain intact
for the entirety of a bearing’s predicted
life.
The lubrication environment that a
bearing or other mechanical device operates in is commonly defined in terms
of the dimensionless parameter L which
is the ratio of the lubricant film thickness to the composite surface roughness of the contacting surfaces. Fatigue
life testing was performed on tapered
roller bearings with a commercial WDLC coating applied to the rollers. A
standard test protocol was used where
bearings were operated at 150%-rated
load, based upon 90 million revolutions,
in a L = 0.5 lubrication regime, and in
non-additized oil. Although the bearings with W-DLC coatings achieve
their predicted lives at this lambda value, the W-DLC coatings on the rollers
exhibited non-uniform wear. Images of
the bodies and ends of these rollers are
shown (Fig. 3). Whereas the coatings
are still strongly adhered to the steel,
fracture within the coating has generated non-uniform wear. Since the WDLC is much harder than bearing steel,
uneven wear of the roller coating is detrimental to the raceway surfaces.
After a detailed investigation probing the microstructures of W-DLC
coatings, Timken was able to identify
the defect in W-DLC responsible for
Figure 2—Optical images and their corresponding 3-D profiles of roller surfaces
generated by standard (ground and honed) and super-finished processes.
Figure 3—Comparison of the durability of commercial W-DLC and Timken’s new roller
coating.
the fracture-type wear and eliminate it
through an optimization of the coating deposition process conditions. Bearings equipped with rollers with Timken’s new coating were tested to their
fatigue limits with the standard life test
protocol described above. Rollers removed from the bearings at the end of
the serviceable life of the bearing are
also shown (Fig. 3). No visible coating
wear is observed on either roller bodies or ends. Furthermore, coating thickness measurements performed prior
and subsequent to the fatigue life tests
are the same within the capabilities of
the measurement system. This indicates
that no measurable wear of the coating
has occurred in this highly loaded, low
lambda bearing environment.
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Wear resistance of bearings with engineered roller surfaces. One of the lifelimiting wear issues affecting main shaft
and gearbox bearings in wind turbine
generators is micropitting. Micropitting
is caused by interaction of the raceway
and roller residual finishing marks, or
asperities, leading to high surface stresses in the contact. Normal stress alone is
not typically sufficient to cause a crack
to initiate at or very near the surface early in the lifecycle of a bearing. However, the addition of frictional shear stress
increases the bulk contact stress values
and brings the maximum values closer
to the surface—as shown by Harris and
Yu (Ref. 7)—allowing these localized
stresses under the asperity contacts to
become significant. This type of interac-
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tion typically occurs when the lubricant
film is insufficiently thick to separate
the contacts and when there is relative
sliding between the two contacting surfaces (Refs. 8–11).
Low-cycle micropitting is caused by
high amounts of sliding between rollers
and ring raceways, generating considerable shear stresses in the contact zone.
From the viewpoint of an element-ofarea on a ring raceway, the cyclic shear
stresses imparted by each passing roller
ultimately generate micro-cracks that
propagate in the direction of the sliding
shear stress on the slower moving com-
ponent (Refs. 12–13). As these microcracks propagate, pieces of the raceway
begin to break away from the surface,
leaving micrometer-size pits.
The evolution of low-cycle micropitting to raceway spalling of a 230/600
main-shaft spherical roller bearing is
shown (Fig. 4). Figure 4-A shows the
onset of micropitting, where two distinct
wear tracks have emerged in the center
of the raceway. As the micropitting continues, more and more material is worn
away, leading to a loss of the design contact geometry in the center and increasingly higher stress concentrations at the
Figure 4—(A) Onset of micropitting leading to failure of a (B) wind turbine main-shaft
spherical roller bearing.
Figure 5—Debris-damaged spherical roller bearings after fatigue life testing in lowlambda. Although micropitting is clearly evident on the ring raceways that ran against
uncoated steel rollers, no micropitting occurred on the raceways running against rollers
with Timken’s engineered surfaces.
edges of the wear track. Fatigue spalls
initiate at these areas of high geometric
stress concentrations and propagate on
raceways like that shown in Figure 4-B.
The raceway spalling of these bearings is not due to classic surface-initiated or inclusion-related fatigue on which
the predicted bearing life is calculated,
but is due instead to the loss of the designed contact geometry due to micropitting wear and a concomitant increase
in geometric stress concentrations at
the edges of the roller/raceway contact.
Since there exists a high amount of sliding between the rollers and raceways in
a spherical roller bearing, it is not unusual to observe micropitting wear of
these bearings in low-lambda conditions. For example, images of spherical
roller bearing raceways that have been
fatigue life tested at low lambda (L~0.5)
are shown (Fig. 5).
To stimulate early fatigue, both bearings were deliberately damaged with
steel debris prior to life testing. The
top image shows a raceway that ran
against uncoated steel rollers, with the
gray band of micropitting clearly visible. No indication of micropitting is
observed on the raceway in the bottom
image that ran against rollers with Timken’s engineered surfaces. Clearly, a significant reduction in the shear stresses
between rolling elements and ring raceways can eliminate the mechanisms responsible for low-cycle micropitting in
roller bearings.
Another wear mode that damages
bearings in applications like wind turbine gearboxes is smearing. Like micropitting, smearing in bearings also occurs
when rollers are skidding against raceways in low-lambda conditions. But,
whereas micropitting is a microscopic
surface fatigue mechanism, smearing
occurs when the heat from the friction
between the sliding rollers and the raceways generates local temperatures in
the contact zone high enough to melt
the steel surfaces. The large-scale plasticization and localized melting generates a smeared appearance on the raceway surface. FeO is sometimes found in
the smeared wear patch, which indicates
that the local temperature in the contact
zone exceeded ~550 °C.
A simple bench test has been performed to demonstrate the ability of
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Timken’s engineered surface (ES) to inhibit smearing or scuffing-type wear. In
this test, two highly loaded steel rings
were placed into contact with 150%
slide/roll ratio and the lubricant entrainment velocity was reduced in stages
until a spike in the frictional torque was
observed. In one experiment untreated
steel rings were used; in the other, a steel
ring with an engineered surface was run
against an as-ground ring. Images of the
ring pairs are displayed (Fig. 6).
The pair of as-ground steel rings experienced smearing wear that progressed
very rapidly to galling. However, since
no frictional torque spike was observed
while the ES-treated ring ran against
the as-ground steel ring, it is concluded
that smearing wear did not occur within
the load and speed limits of this experiment. Examination of the ES-treated
ring surface indicates no visual signs of
wear. Since no smearing occurred when
the ES-treated ring ran against the asground steel ring, the frictional heating
at that interface must have been considerably lower than in the contact zone of
the untreated steel rings.
Debris damage is another wear mode
known to affect bearing life. As indicated (Fig. 5), the debris damage of
the spherical roller bearings made from
through-hardened AISI 52100 reduced
the actual life of the bearings with untreated rollers by between 30–40%.
However, the same debris damage on an
identical spherical roller bearing with
ES-treated rollers suffered no statistical
reduction in life.
Another laboratory-scale test was
constructed to quantify effects of debris
damage on the actual lives of case-carburized tapered roller bearings. In this
test, bearings were rotated under load
for a specific duration in AISI 52100
debris-laden oil. The debris particle sizes were between 25 and 53 mm with a
0.5 mg/ml concentration in the SAE
10-weight lubricant. Next, the bearings
were solvent cleaned to remove the debris. Finally, the bearings were life-tested using a first-in-four failure criterion
in clean SAE 10-weight oil.
Statistically significant populations
of bearings with untreated rollers and
bearings with ES-treated rollers were
tested. Results of those tests are shown
(Fig. 7) where the L16 values and upper
Figure 6—Smearing wear testing of ground steel surfaces against steel and
ES-treated surfaces.
Figure 7—Life test results of debris-damaged, case-carburized standard and wear-resistant
tapered roller bearings. Al so shown: (left) optical image of a debris dent in a raceway and
(right) a 3-D surface profile of that dent showing raised crater rims resulting from plastic
flow of the steel during the creation of the dent.
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Figure 8—3-D profile topographies of debris dents on bearing raceways measured after life
testing. The image of the debris dent in “A” is from a raceway that ran against untreated
steel rollers, and shows that the raised edges around the crater formed from the debris are
still in place. On the other hand, the image of the debris dent in “B” is from a raceway that
ran against ES-treated rollers. All traces of the raised edges have been removed, as have the
residual grinding lines. It is the ability of the ES-treated rollers’ ability to remove the raised
edges around debris craters that negates the fatigue life-reducing mechanism associated with
debris-damaged raceways.
Figure 9—Results of a lubricant starvation test on tapered roller bearings with standard
rollers and ES-treated roller ends. The ES treatments on the roller-ends provided a barrier
to the adhesive wear that causes scuffing and scoring, and allowed the bearings to operate
under full loads and speeds approximately nine times longer than identical bearings with
standard rollers.
Figure 10—Result of a bench test designed to evaluate the ability of ES-treated rollers to
address the adhesive wear that causes false brinelling. Unlike standard bearings, wearresistant bearings with ES-treated rollers did not exhibit wear from false brinelling.
and lower 65% confidence bands (tops
and bottoms of the bars) are normalized to the baseline test results. Since
the fracture toughness of case-carburized steel is two to three times that of
through-hardened steel (Ref. 14), the
reduction in the lives of (equivalent)
case-carburized bearings due to debris
damage is less than that of throughhardened bearings. Also shown in the
figure is an optical image of a debris
dent in a bearing raceway and a 3-D
surface profile of the dent. Statistically,
the bearings with the ES-treated rollers had an L16 life more than three times
greater than the life of identical bearings with untreated rollers.
The mechanism by which ES-treated
rollers make bearings tolerant to debris
damage is clearly illustrated (Fig. 8).
The image of the debris dent (Fig. 8-A)
is from a raceway that ran against untreated steel rollers and shows that the
raised edges around the crater formed
from the debris are still in place. On
the other hand, the image of the debris
dent (Fig. 8-B) is from a raceway that
ran against ES-treated rollers. All traces
of the raised edges have been removed
as have the residual grinding lines. It is
the ability of the ES-treated rollers to
remove the raised edges around debris
craters that negates the fatigue-life-reducing mechanism associated with debris-damaged raceways.
Due to large entrainment velocities,
thick lubricant films usually exist at the
rib-roller end-sliding contact of a tapered roller bearing. Situations occasionally occur where the lubricant film
at this interface is insufficient to separate the asperities of the roller end and
rib face. In these situations, adhesive
wear between the asperities can lead to
scuffing, scoring and, eventually, galling.
Examples of situations where this adhesive wear can occur include the use of
ultra-low-viscosity lubricants, large axial loads, highly loaded high-speed operation and lubricant interruption or loss.
A laboratory test was devised to measure the resistance to rib-roller endfailure of tapered roller bearings with
ES-treated roller ends. The test was
designed to mimic a field condition
where bearings in gearboxes experienced an extended lubrication loss condition. Test bearings were immersed in
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a solution containing 80% hexane and
20% GL-5 gear oil. Upon removal from
the solution, the hexane was allowed to
evaporate, leaving behind a thin oil film
on the bearing surfaces.
Figure 9 displays the time to rib-roller end scuffing for bearings with and
without ES-treated roller ends. At least
25 bearings were tested for each condition; results were analyzed using firstin-one Weibull statistics and 90% confidence bands were calculated around
L50 lives. Whereas uncoated baseline
bearings had an L50 value of about six
minutes, bearings with ES-treated roller
ends had L50 values of about 50 minutes.
The ES treatments on the roller ends
provided a barrier to the adhesive wear
that causes scuffing and scoring, thus
allowing the bearings to operate under
full loads and speeds of up to nine times
longer than identical bearings with
standard rollers. Wear-resistant bearings with ES-treated rollers are currently being used in the metal forming
and agricultural industries, as well as in
flight-critical aerospace systems.
False brinelling or fretting is an adhesive wear mechanism that can occur between rolling elements and races
whenever a non-rotating bearing is subjected to external vibration. Under these
conditions lubricant is squeezed from
between the contacts and the relative
motion of the surfaces is too small for
the lubricant to be replenished. Natural
oxide films that normally protect steel
surfaces are removed, permitting metalto-metal contact and causing adhesion
of surface asperities.
Fretting begins with an incubation
period during which the wear mechanism is mild adhesion and the wear debris is magnetite (Fe3O4). Damage during this incubation period is referred to
as false brinelling. If wear debris accumulates in amounts sufficient to inhibit lubricant from reaching the contact,
then the wear mechanism becomes severe adhesion that breaks through the
natural oxide layer and forms strong
welds with the steel. In this situation
the wear rate increases dramatically
and damage escalates to fretting corrosion. Relative motion breaks welded
asperities and generates hematite (a-
Figure 11—Results of life testing of standard bearings and wear-resistant bearings with ES-treated
rollers in a low-lambda lubrication environment. The relative life of wear-resistant bearings is more
than three times greater than standard bearings at L = 0.5 lubrication conditions.
Figure 12—3-D topographical profiles of standard and wear-resistant bearing raceway
surfaces before and after completing 44 million revolutions at 150%-rated loads.
Fe2O3)—a fine powder, reddish-brown
in color.
A laboratory-scale testing apparatus
was designed to evaluate the ability of
ES-treated rollers to inhibit false brinelling in bearings. Standard bearings
with steel rollers and wear-resistant
bearings with ES-treated rollers were
tested. All bearings were lubricated with
GL-4 transmission gear oil before testing. The test apparatus applied an oscillating 18.7 kN axial load to the bearings
for 500,000 oscillations—conditions
identical to a bearing application that
experienced false brinelling in the field.
Subsequent to testing, depths of the
grooves produced on the outer race were
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measured. Figure 10 displays the average wear depths and standard deviations for the standard and wear-resistant bearings. After testing, the standard
bearings exhibited grooves on the raceways with average depths of 1.85 mm.
On the other hand, the wear-resistant
bearings had average groove depths of
only 0.68 mm. The wear of the raceway
oscillating against the ES-treated rollers was very slight and appeared to be
caused by gentle lapping rather than adhesive wear.
Examples of applications that use
wear-resistant bearings to eliminate
false brinelling include off-road truck
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transmissions, rolling mills, tractors and
wind turbines.
Low L fatigue life of bearings with
engineered roller surfaces. Bearings have
generally been selected according to the
dynamic and static load ratings. The dynamic load rating C1 is a measure of
the bearing’s ability to withstand rolling contact fatigue, which by typical industry practice is according to the ISO
load and life rating standard (Ref. 15).
The static load rating C0 is a measure
of the bearing’s ability to withstand the
maximum-applied load without function-reducing, permanent deformations
or bearing ring destruction according to
ISO standard 76 (Ref. 16). The dynamic
load rating is used in the ISO 281 standard life rating equation for roller bearings:
(1)
( )
Lnm = a1 aISO C1
P
10.3
where:
a1 is the life modification factor for reliability,
aISO is the integrated life modification
factor accounting for material, lubrication and hard particle contamination,
and Lnm is the modified rating life in
millions of revolutions.
Nominally, roller bearing endurance
is calculated as L10, the rolling contact
fatigue life in millions of revolutions
that 90% of the bearings will survive.
Detailed calculations to predict aISO are
given by Harris, et al. (Ref. 17) and indicate that if a roller bearing is operated in
low-lambda conditions (L<1), aISO and
L10 become small.
Full-scale life testing has been performed on standard and wear-resistant bearings with ES-treated rollers
in L 0.5 conditions. All bearings were
life-tested using a first-in-four failure
criterion in clean SAE 10-weight oil
at 150%-rated load at 90 million cycles.
Statistically significant populations of
standard and wear-resistant bearings
were tested. Results of the L = 0.5 tests
are shown (Fig. 11) where the L16 values
and upper and lower 65% confidence
bands (tops and bottoms of the bars) are
normalized to the standard bearing test
results.
As indicated (Fig. 11), the relative L16
life of the wear-resistant bearing with
ES-treated rollers is more than five
times that of a standard bearing operating in low-lambda conditions.
The mechanism by which this large
boost in low lambda bearing life is
achieved is revealed in an examination
of the 3-D topographic profiles of the
raceway surfaces in Figure 12. In the
low- lambda life test described above,
one standard and one wear-resistant
bearing were removed from testing after
about 44 million cycles, and the raceways of the outer rings were measured
by 3-D optical profilometry. Whereas
the topography of the raceway of the
standard bearing remained essentially
unchanged after 44 million cycles, the
raceway of the wear-resistant bearing
has been highly polished.
Calculations based upon this highly polished surface and the HamrockDowson (Ref. 18) lubricant film thickness yield a lambda value greater than
two. Therefore, although the lambda value calculated from the initial surface parameters was 0.5, the ES-treated rollers
have dramatically polished the raceways
such that the wear-resistant bearing is
effectively operating in an elastohydrodynamic L~2 regime.
Summary
Table 1 summarizes the application
advantages of wear-resistant bearings
with ES-treated rollers. Since bearings
seldom operate in fully lubricated environments, they rarely experience the
number of cycles for which they were
designed. In low-lambda situations the
ES-treated rollers in wear-resistant
bearings polish the ring raceways— effectively increasing the separation of
the contacting asperities. This polishing
action continues until the contacts are
fully separated by the lubricant film and
the bearing is no longer operating in a
low-lambda situation.
Interruption of the supply of lubricant to bearings can result in adhesive
wear between the rollers and contacting surfaces on rings. Depending upon
the loads and speeds, the adhesive wear
rates increase until scuffing, scoring or
galling occurs. ES treatments on rollers will not participate in adhesive wear
with raceway asperities, but if the loads
and speeds in the contacting areas are
large enough and the lubricant interruption is long enough, the coating on
the rollers will wear through graphitization. However, once the coating is worn
away, adhesive wear ensues; while the
coating is wearing, it allows the bearing
to remain operational.
Abrasive particles that pass through
worn seals that were not removed after manufacture—or are generated by
wear of other components—can damage bearing surfaces if the particles are
larger than the lubricant film. Depending on the hardness and brittleness of
the particle, they can generate dents on
the raceway and/or roller surface. During the denting process, displaced material creates shoulders around the debris crater. When these raised shoulders
come into the contact zone of a bearing,
very high, sub-surface stresses are generated and fatigue cracks initiate at low
stress cycles (Ref. 19).
Because the ES treatments on the
rollers of wear-resistant bearings are
twice as hard as the steel raceways, they
remove these shoulders through the
same kind of polishing action described
above. As a result, the stress risers that
Table 1—Summary of advantages ES-treated rollers provide to wear-resistant bearings
ADVANTAGE
WEAR-RESISTANT BEARINGS
Enhanced low Λ fatigue life
Specially designed rollers polish the raceways, reducing Ra and increasing Λ.
Scoring resistance from loss of
Rollers in wear-resistant bearings form barriers to adhesive wear during periods of
lubrication
lubricant starvation.
Rollers
in
wear-resistant
bearings
remove
shoulders around debris generated craters on
Debris tolerance
raceways and reduce surface roughness of ring raceways.
Resistant to smearing,
Wear-resistant bearing rollers defeat the adhesive wear mechanisms that cause smearing,
micropitting, and fretting
micropitting, and fretting.
Wear-resistant
bearing
rollers
polish ring raceways, reducing surface roughness,
Increased efficiency
increasing Λ, reducing rolling torque, and increasing efficiency.
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can cause early fatigue crack initiation
are removed, thereby allowing the bearing to operate much longer than it otherwise would.
When lubricant film is insufficient
to keep loaded steel surfaces in relative
motion from coming into contact, adhesive wear occurs. If high loads are applied to skidding rollers, the frictional
heating from the adhesive interaction
of contacting asperities can increase the
temperature in the contact zone to the
point where the steel actually melts. This
melting and subsequent re-solidification process weakens the steel and creates a smeared appearance when it occurs on bearing raceways.
The shear stresses from moderate
loads applied to skidding rollers can create bearing damage known as micropitting. Very high transient loads applied
to skidding rollers can generate nearsurface stresses on non-metallic inclusions, creating cracks that propagate
and remove thin pieces of the raceway.
This type of damage is known as brittle flaking. ES treatments on wear-resistant bearings provide a barrier against
the ability of raceway asperities to bond
to the roller and reduce the shear stresses and frictional heating from skidding
rollers that cause these bearing damage
modes. By decreasing the shear stresses of skidding rollers, the maximum
contact stress is driven deeper into the
raceway, well beyond the region where
cracks that cause brittle flaking originate.
Roller bearings with smooth raceways exhibit less frictional torque than
bearings with rougher raceways. Since
the ES-treated rollers in wear-resistant bearings continuously polish the
raceways, the contribution of frictional torque from contacting asperities is
eliminated in operation. Depending
upon the application and the type of
bearing, raceway polishing by ES-treated rollers can reduce parasitic bearing
losses between 5–10%.
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N E W S
Carl Zeiss
David Brown Bharat
Forge
Opens Assembly and Demo
Center in Bangalore
Opens First Gearbox Center
In July 2012, Carl Zeiss opened a new assembly and
demo center for Industrial Metrology in Bangalore, India.
“The opening of this new center enables us to manufacturer our coordinate measuring machines (CMM) directly
on site for a market with major potential. We can react more
quickly to the needs of our customers and will be able to
expand our market position,” says Dr. Rainer Ohnheiser,
president and CEO of Carl Zeiss Industrial Measuring
Technology. The Tech Center allows Industrial Metrology
to offer its customers additional services such as demos,
training, contract programming, contract measurements
and a service hotline. Wilson Thomas, managing director
of Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology in India, adds: “We are
very proud to open our fourth production site here in India
after Oberkochen, Minneapolis and Shang- hai. This move
enables us to address the growing significance of India in
the global economy.” Industrial Metrology has been active
in India since 1975. After entering the market through a cooperation with Empire Machine Tools, the first sales office
opened in Bangalore in 1997, followed by three tech centers in Bangalore (2008), Pune (2010) and Chennai (2012).
Additional Carl Zeiss business groups, including Vision
Care, Medical Technology and Microscopy, are also present
at this new site. For more information, visit www.zeiss.com.
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David Brown Bharat Forge, the Indian joint venture
between David Brown and Bharat Forge, recently celebrated
the opening of its first industrial gearbox service and assembly facility in Hosur, Tamil Nadu, India. The state-of-the-art
facility was officially opened by chief guest SP Singh, director, NTPC Ltd. at a ceremony attended by distinguished
guests as well as the Chief Executive of David Brown
Bharat Forge, Venkatesh Subramanyam; Executive Director
of Bharat Forge, Subodh Tandale; and David Brown’s
Commercial Director Gavin Money.
The guests were given a guided tour around the facility,
which is fully equipped with an industrial crane and has the
capability to service, repair, upgrade and provide strategic
gearbox maintenance as well as supply new gearboxes for
customers in industries such as mining, power generation,
metals, cement and renewables as well as the defense sector. The 56,000 square ft. service, repair and assembly
center provides support to customers across India, giving
them access to more than 150 years of engineered gearing
innovation and expertise. Service Centre Manager Kumaran
Vajravel showed the guests a vast range of equipment,
including a 100-ton hydraulic vertical press, lathe, milling
machine, a spray booth and other service-specific tools and
equipment alongside gearboxes from wind and steel applications which have already been sent to the center for repair.
“As the largest power utility company in India, NTPC
welcomes David Brown and Bharat Forge’s decision to join
forces and form a joint venture company for the local market. Both partners have decades of combined experience and
are known for their high quality products and solutions—I
believe they have found an ideal partner in each other. I am
also delighted that they have opened a service and assembly
facility and am sure that this quality facility shall be utilized
by the customers in various fields,” said Singh.
“Today signals the opening of our first fully equipped
industrial gearbox service and assembly facility in India.
Utilizing David Brown’s 150-year heritage in engineered
gearing innovation and Bharat Forge’s well-established
brand presence, world class manufacturing and operation
capability, David Brown Bharat Forge combines the best
of two engineering giants. We have ambitious plans to
service India’s industries with a network of local gearbox
service and assembly centers providing access to David
Brown’s industry-leading products and solutions as well
as vital on-the-ground support. This will ultimately reduce
downtime and the cost of ownership for customers in the
region,” Subramanyam said. “India has a large installed base
of David Brown gearboxes and we are delighted to have
opened this service and assembly facility in Hosur. It will
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enable us to provide local and rapid support and service to
our existing customers as well as work with new customers
to service other makes and models of gearbox. Our aim is to
always increase efficiency and profitability through identifying the best solutions to our customers’ gearbox problems.”
Micro Precision
Announces India and China
Expansion Plans
Micro Precision, a U.K. precision engineering business
with established credentials in manufacturing geared components and a large range of other precision engineered
components and assemblies to the industrial, aerospace and
automotive sectors recently announced the opening of its
first satellite manufacturing plant in India.
Following an exhaustive planning and field research exercise Micro Precision has opened its first production site in
Bangalore, India. Initially the operation will develop and
manufacture a range of new gear pump products with production starting in October 2012. The products will be sold
internationally as well as to the local domestic market where
demand for precision engineered components is growing
exponentially.
Already planning the next step in the expansion of its production base in India, Micro Precision has also purchased a
three-acre site on the fast developing Bangalore Aerospace
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Business Park. The intention with this facility is to expand
the company’s medium- to high-volume manufacturing
operations. This site will concentrate on the production of
aerospace and automotive components and is expected to
reach full production capacity by mid-2014.
This new large production facility will complement the
U.K. business satisfying demand from the fast growing
Indian market but also providing a low-cost medium- to
high-volume solution for U.K. activities and export markets.
The plan and business model has been greeted with wholehearted support from the company’s major clients, who are
also under pressure to outsource production to trusted suppliers such as Micro Precision.
Far from creating concerns among the fastidious European
aerospace engineering community, initial industry feedback already received to the news from Micro Precision
is extremely positive —with most viewing the move as
shrewdly anticipating the changing demands of the dynamic
global aerospace sector.
The plan is for the U.K. operation based in Hemel
Hempstead to continue production of short-run items and
‘specials’ while developing its status as an R&D center of
excellence, retaining its experienced design, engineering and
production team, plus the huge range of specialist machine
tools, testing and inspection facilities.
The development center at Hemel will retain the lowvolume manufacturing base facilities while developing and
optimizing more new part programs to be put into production
by the high-volume manufacturing plant in India, and later a
second site planned in China by 2015. The business will also
continue to develop prototypes, manufacture spares, legacy
components and will continue to service its domestic and
European clients.
Commenting, Micro Precision Managing Director and
Founder Terry Grubb said, “In addition to establishing sales
further afield, we are also presently extending our sales
activities closer to home in France, Italy and Germany and
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demand is certainly growing for higher volume production
runs. All our products will be supported by the technical
expertise built-up over many years in the U.K. and as the
higher volume manufacturing activities come on stream, the
U.K. facilities will also act as a logistics hub for a proportion of re-imported Micro Precision products manufactured
by us in India and eventually, China. We are by no means
reducing our U.K. footprint, but simply defending the longterm success and viability of the business by taking advantage of being able to supply new markets and geographical
areas where demand is booming more cost effectively, while
retaining our integrity and skills base.”
Arora
Appointed President/CEO
Schaeffler India
Dharmesh Arora was appointed
chairman of the management board of
INA Bearings India Private Limited in
August 2012 and in addition overall
responsibility for all the Schaeffler
companies in India. Arora was born in
1967 at Ahmedabad in Gujarat, India.
He is a mechanical engineer from
Maharashtra University in Mumbai.
Dharmesh Arora
Arora later found the time to earn his
TRIUM Global Executive MBA degree.
Arora is a highly experienced expert in the automotive
field with over 25 years of experience in the industry. He
started his career in Maruti Suzuki and then held several
management positions at General Motors in his native India,
Mexico, Thailand and the United States. Before joining
Schaeffler Group, Arora was working for General Motors
LLC, Michigan, USA as a global purchasing director powertrain. He is married and has two daughters.
Gleason and SMT
Form Strategic Partnership
Gleason Corporation and Smart Manufacturing Technology
(SMT) have formed a global strategic partnership to provide
gear manufacturers worldwide a complete design to manufacturing system. Gleason and SMT will offer a system that
seamlessly integrates SMT’s premier System Design and
Analysis Software (MASTA) with Gleason’s industry-leading
software for Bevel Gear Design and Manufacturing (CAGE).
Gear manufacturers will benefit from a fully integrated workflow when designing powertrains, gearboxes, transmissions
and more. The first products from the cooperation will be
available in the first half of 2013.
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John J. Perrotti, president and chief executive officer of
Gleason Corporation said, “We have great respect for SMT’s
capabilities and are excited about the integration of MASTA
and CAGE, and providing designers and manufacturers
of gears and power transmission drives with exciting new
opportunities to enhance their processes and products. This
is the first step in our partnership with SMT and we look forward to exploring other areas of mutual cooperation.”
David Beedan, operations director of Smart Manufacturing
Technology, adds, “Gleason Corporation has a distinguished
history as the world leader in gear technology and we are
delighted to be entering into this partnership to enhance the
capabilities of both CAGE and MASTA to provide the user
with a fully integrated design-to-manufacturing solution.”
Tekom has been awarding its renowned documentation
prize, an independent prize recognizing user and operating
instructions for consumer and investment goods as well as
online help for software products, since 2005. The reviewers take into account an extensive list of criteria that, with an
eye on user-friendliness and operating safety, places special
emphasis on: structure and text, illustrations, design/layout,
safety instructions, navigation, scope, and a comparison
between the documentation and the actual product.
Klingelnberg
ANCA has won the Large Advanced Manufacturer category in Australia’s Governor of Victoria Export Awards for
the 7th time. According to the company, 2011 was an exceptional year of growth for ANCA, an Australian owned and
based market leader in CNC tool and cutter grinder design
and manufacturing. Pat Boland, co-founder and director of
ANCA, made the announcement.
ANCA makes a significant investment to the Australian
economy with 98 percent of its products exported globally
with major markets in Germany, Japan, China and the United
States. ANCA has defied the odds to achieve success on a
global scale in a sector traditionally dominated by German
and Swiss companies.
The award is one of the most prestigious business awards
in Victoria rewarding the most successful and innovative
exporters with the stamp of international success.
ANCA reported almost 20 percent export sales increase
FY2011/2012 with significant success developing the
Chinese, South American and Indian markets. As the EU
continues to struggle, ANCA had its most successful trade
show at EMO exhibition with the highest sales ever achieved
in its 38 years and has launched new machines and software
into the market to remain at the forefront of machine tool
technology.
Boland said “This award is an endorsement of the hard
work and innovative thinking of the team at ANCA. We continue to push the boundaries, developing even more flexible
and sophisticated products and identifying new un-tapped
global markets to sell to. I am proud of the success of our
business and our amazing talent that enable us to be the market leading business we are today.
“Given that we are based in Australia but sell to the
world, we have to be the best of the best. Our investment in
research and development from the beginning has instilled a
culture of excellence where we continue to seek out new and
better innovations for our customers.”
The business continues to invest heavily in research and
development, create industry firsts and has built a specialist team of around 350 at its head office in Bayswater,
Melbourne. Founded in 1974 the business is a market leading manufacturer of CNC tool and cutter grinders.
Awarded Documentation
Prize
The Klingelnberg Group
has received awards for the
second year in succession
for the quality of its operating instructions – this year
with no fewer than four commendations. The company
received prizes for all four
of its submitted operating
instructions.
Pascal Kesselmark
“Due to the technical complexity of our machines, we
naturally provide the users with very complex operating
instructions, and precisely for this reason it is important to
us that these are comprehensibly structured, formulated and
illustrated in accordance with needs of our target groups,”
explains Pascal Kesselmark, head of technical documentation of the Klingelnberg Group.
Tekom (Gesellschaft für Technische Kommunikation e.V.)
had previously awarded the company two prizes in 2011.
The operating instructions for four machines were singled
out for prizes this year: the Oerlikon spiral bevel gear cutting
machine C 50, the Oerlikon tool grinding cell for bar blades
B 27, the Oerlikon spiral bevel gear lapping machine L 60
and the Klingelnberg measuring center P 65.
Dr. Hartmuth Müller, CTO of the Klingelnberg Group, is
absolutely delighted with the awards: “We regard them as a
validation of our meticulous work in this area. For us it is
not only a matter of simple compliance with the Machinery
Directive, but far more a question of our responsibility
towards the users: we supply instructions that enable safe
utilization of the technology. Only then do they guarantee an
intuitive and smooth machine operation in conjunction with
innovative control concepts.”
ANCA
Wins Export Award
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November 28–30—Wind Power India 2012. The Indian
Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA), the
World Institute of Sustainable Energy (WISE), and the
Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), are once again
hosting India’s premier conference and exhibition on
wind power development. Wind Power India 2012 is the
second event being organized by IWTMA, GWEC, and
WISE. The first event took place from 7–9 April 2011 in
Chennai. Wind power has shown remarkable growth
over the past decade, with the global cumulative
installed capacity reaching 215 GW by June 2011. By
2015, installations are predicted to grow at an annual
average rate of 15.5 percent, with the annual installed
capacity growing to 81.4 GW from the current 39.5 GW
(2010), including offshore development. This exhibition
will continue to focus on India’s preeminent position
in the global wind market, bringing together the entire
international wind fraternity into its realm. But this time
on, the event will be organized on a grander scale
comprising a state-of-the-art, business-oriented, and
technically-innovative conference, and a high-tech
international exhibition. For more information, visit www.
windpowerindia.in.
December 7–10—India Packaging Show 2012. India
Expo Centre, New Delhi. India Packaging Show 2012 is
an exhibition that has been organized for the benefit
of the packaging industry in India. The four-day trade
show is the brainchild of Print-Packaging.Com Pvt.
Limited. The exhibition will offer an excellent platform
for the entire packaging fraternity in India to assemble
under one roof and showcase their new products and
technologies. Famous global manufacturers will be
present at the event along with local manufacturers
and suppliers from all across India. This is the perfect
opportunity to meet key professionals and some of the
most important decision makers in the industry. More
than 200 exhibitors and 8,000 visitors are expected to
participate in the event including personnel from food,
pharmaceuticals, personal care, retail and logistics
industries. In addition, label, package and commercial
printers, converters and corrugated packaging manufacturers will visit in large numbers. For more information, visit www.packplus.in.
January 11–13—IndiaMART National Expo 4. This
is one of the leading trade events in India dedicated
exclusively to the industrial machines, steel and power
sector. A large number of knowledgeable corporate
professionals participate in the event, along with noted
representatives from over 180 rolling mills and 7 cement
plants. Attending companies can contact suitable vendors and suppliers at the buyers gallery section of the
event held at the Science College Ground. Interactive
business seminars are also organized at the expo, in
order to update participants about all the new product developments and market updates. Environment
friendly solar energy tools are showcased during this
three-day event, along with an exhaustive collection
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of diesel engines, CNC tools, industrial automation
systems, pumps and gears, electrical gadgets, compressors and other related products. Qualified business
buyers participate in this professionally organized event
as well. For more information, visit www.ind-expo.com.
January 11–13—Vibrant Gujarat Global
Manufacturing and Technology Show. Helipad
Ground, Gandhinagar. The Vibrant Gujarat Global
Manufacturing & Technology show is a platform wherein the best of manufacturers and the best of innovations will come to showcase the latest advancements
in manufacturing technology. This will be a starter to
interact with worldwide entrepreneurs, hence providing
a one-stop access to talented workers, breakthrough
technology and innovative ideas for manufacturing
technology. Professionals include those involved in
aerospace engineering, automation and robotics,
automotive industries, brass, ceramics, chemicals and
petrochemicals, CAD, CAM and software engineering,
CNC, special purpose machines and machine tools,
construction, earthmoving, equipments machines, cutting tools, dies and moulds, environmental engineering, electronics, energy conservation and renewable
energy technologies. For more information, visit www.
kmgindia.com.
February 1–3—India Automation Technology Fair.
Mumbai. IATF 2013, is designed as an Asian B2B event
with participation from India and across the world.
Companies will showcase emerging technologies in
electrical automation, mechanical automation, robotics, machine vision, assembly and material handling
systems, sensors, controllers, actuators, communication devices, HMI, software, simulation, training, and a
host of interface and supporting sub-systems that will
enhance the effectiveness of automation investment.
A comprehensive conference schedule includes top
industry professionals from the Indian and global automation industry. For more information, visit www.iatf.in.
February 15–17—Industrial Maintenance Expo. New
Delhi. Industrial Maintenance Expo is the most prominent trade event dedicated to the maintenance and
repairs segment of engineering and process industry in India. The 3rd edition of IMX 2013 will expand
its focus beyond prevention, breakdown and diagnostic maintenance with additional focus on retrofitting, reconditioning, calibration and non destructive
technology. The theme of the event is “Sustainability
through Maintenance,” shifting maintenance from a
cost centre to profit centre approach. Many managers
do not believe that repair practices directly impact an
organization’s bottom line or productivity. Preventive
maintenance is the most important routine function
that maintenance personnel can accomplish. Today,
the focus of maintenance approaches within industry
clearly has shifted from reactive to proactive. For more
information, visit imexpo.cii.in.
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A DV E RT I S E R S
Alpha Drives
Page 15
Phone: +91 422-4202-951/952
ptos@alphadrives.co.in
www.alphadrives.co.in
Andantex
Page 22
info@andantex.com
www.andantex.com
Bevel Gears (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Page 39
Phone: +91 80-2841-0312/039
Fax: +91 80-2841-0184
jamalgrp@vsnl.com
www.bevelgearsindia.com
Bourn & Koch Machine Tool Co.
Page 25
Phone: +1-815-965-4013
Fax: +1-815-965-0019
sales@bourn-koch.com
www.bourn-koch.com
Capital Tool Industries
Page 41
Phone: + 91 175-2351089, 2352326
Fax: + 91 175-2217102
capitaltool@usa.net
www.capital-tool.com
Carborundum Universal
Page 37
sales_abrasives@cumi.murugappa.com
www.cumiabrasives.com
Clifford-Jacobs Forging
Page 14
Phone: + 1-217-352-5172
www.clifford-jacobs.com
Comtorgage
Page 13
Phone: + 1-401-765-0900
Fax: +1-401-765-2846
www.comtorgage.com
Dontyne Systems
Page 4
Phone: + 61 35 975 0816
Fax: + 61 35 975 0816
india@dontynesystems.com
www.dontynesystems.com
Drake Manufacturing Co.
(VMT Technologies India)
Page 12
Phone/Fax: + 91 (80) 2361-9163
vmtindia@vsnl.net
www.drakemfg.com
Elecon Engineering Company Ltd.
Page 26
Phone: +91-269-223-6469
Fax: +91-269-222-7484
infogear@elecon.com
www.elecon.com
i n d e x
ESGI Tools Pvt. Ltd.
Page 4
Phone: +91 (175) 223-3991, -3392,
-3393, -3394
Fax: +91 (175) 223-3990
esgi@esgitools.com
www.esgitools.com
Essential Power Transmissions
Pvt. Ltd.
Page 5
Phone: + 91 22-28505132,
28502348
Fax: + 91 22-28488147
unit1@esenpro.com
www.esenpro.com
Frenco GmbH
Page 9
frenco@frenco.de
www.frenco.de
Gearspect India Pvt. Ltd.
Page 33
Phone: + 91-20-60120004
info@gearspect.com
www.gearspect.com
Gleason Corporation
Pages 30-31
Phone: + 91 80-28524376
Fax: + 91 80-28524377
bangalore.sales@gleason.in
www.gleason.com
Hans-Jürgen Geiger MaschinenVertrieb
Page 29
Phone: + 49 7123-18040
Fax: + 49 7123-18384
geiger@geiger-germany.com
www.geiger-germany.com
Höfler
(Nemade Engineers Pvt. Ltd.)
Outside Back Cover
Phone: + 91 20-25285473
Fax: + 91 20-25285474
mail@nemade.in
www.nemade.in
Ipsen Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Inside Back Cover
Phone: + 91 33-24978314
Fax: + 91 33-24978041
scm@ipsenindia.com
www.ipsenindia.com
KISSsoft
(Kadkraft Systems Pvt. Ltd.)
Page 41
Phone: +91 0172-2690-204, -2690137
raman.gupta@kadkraft.com
www.KISSsoft.com
www.geartechnologyindia.com
Liebherr
Page 7
Phone: +1-734-429-7225
info.lgt@liebherr.com
www.liebherr.com
Matchless Machines & Technology
Pvt. Ltd.
Page 19
Phone: +91 (020) 2587-0445
Fax: +91 (020) 2587-0808
kodikals@pn3.vsnl.net.in
Quality Gears
Page 37
Phone: +91 (260) 237-3685
Fax: +91 (260) 237-0285
sales@qualitygears.net or qualitygears@
gmail.com
Ravjeet Engineering Specialties Pvt.
Ltd.
Page 45
Phone: +91-20-27120370
Fax: +91-20-66163645
sales@ravjeet.com
www.ravjeet.com
Sandvik Coromant
Page 3
Phone: + 91 20-27104800
Fax: + 91 20-27104942
coromantindia.customerdesk@sandvik.
com
www.sandvik.coromant.com/in
Sicmat S.p.A. – Infin Machine
Tools
Page 11
Phone: + 91 80-25567837
Fax: + 91 80-25567849
bangalore@infinmachinetools.in
www.infinmachinetools.in
SKF
Inside Front Cover
Phone: + 91 22-66337777
Fax: + 91 22-22042738
www.skfindia.com
Steelmans Broaches
Page 39
Phone: +91-175-2218031
Fax: +91-175-2212963
info@steelmans.com
www.steelmans.com
Surface Finishing Equipment Co.
Page 55
Phone: +91 291-2740128
Fax: +91 291-2740259
info@sfecindia.com
www.sfecindia.net
Westminster Machine Tools Ltd.
Page 55
Phone: +44 (0) 1572-767922
Fax: +44 (0) 1572-768321
sales@wmtg.co.uk
www.wmtg.co.uk
October-December 2012
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Help Wanted
BrainCafé Goes Beyond the Classroom to Promote Hands-On Learning
Teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics in order to motivate young minds goes far beyond a
textbook. BrainCafé Science aims to reach out to schools
across India and enable them with an innovative and interactive learning environment. Its mission is that “learning
by doing” leads to a sustainable understanding and greater
technical skill set for the next generation of workers.
BrainCafé was created by Zee Learn Ltd., a leading
education company in India that boasts 200+ skilled professionals that offer educational services from toddlers to teens
to young adults. The company strongly believes that every
child has unique, infinite potential and they are committed
to helping kids recognize their various skill sets.
Recently, BrainCafé organized the BrainCafé Budding
Scientist Contest 2012 in Moradabad to motivate young
minds with scientific learning. Experiments included
launching a rocket as well as creating an LED screen.
The competition observed participation from 50 students
across 15 schools showcasing their talent in the field of
science. The event took place at Wilsonia Convent School,
Moradabad.
Students from renowned schools across cities such as
Moradabad, Allahabad, Jhansi, Varnasi, Meerut, Agra,
Etawah and Hardoi participated in this event. Amongst
the schools that participated were, Vishnu Bhagwan
Public School, St. Joseph’s College, Mount Litera Zee
School, The Holy Angels School, Wilsonia School, St
Xavier’s School, Bal Vidya Bhavan Public School, Aryan
International School, Kosi Public School, Smt. Chameli
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Devi Gyanashram, Kaushambi Preseidency School and
Heritage School.
“The BrainCafé Budding Scientist Contest 2012 is one
of India’s largest science competitions providing students
with a unique platform to showcase their ability to apply
scientific principles into working models. Held across different levels, from School to the National level, the contest
attempts to develop High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS)
among students through the route of science. The BrainCafé
technique enables ‘Learning by Doing’ through a unique
teaching methodology, based on Observe, Explore and
Reflect,” says Amanpal Singh, business head at BrainCafé.
“In order to motivate participants to encourage innovation,
BrainCafé offers an international trip to the first prize winner from each category. The student can bag a chance to
visit Japan’s Gakken Educational Company.”
BrainCafé Budding Scientist Contest 2012
has registered and observed participation from
9,500 students across 240 schools in the country. “The range of innovations demonstrated
by BrainCafé students during the contest has
been beyond belief. From hydraulic lift to
elevator, solar car to rotating lamp, barometer
to wind mill—the diversity of creativity was
phenomenal. The projects were demonstrated
applying the BrainCafé system of learning
scientific principles.”
According to a 2010 report from the United
Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization (UNESCO), India remains one
of the fastest growing economies alongside
China. While the past few years have shown a
rise in R&D investments, the country has also
seen a growing number of foreign companies establishing R&D centers on Indian soil.
One of the country’s greatest challenges is the steady flow
of highly skilled workers outside of India, making it difficult for domestic firms to compete. Thankfully, the Indian
government’s decision to create more than 30 universities
across the country, including 14 world-class innovation
facilities, points toward a more optimistic future for the next
generation of skilled workers.
BrainCafé aims to help India support science, engineering and mathematics for generations to come. To see some
of the students that have created these innovations and are
now a part of the website’s “Hall of Fame,” please visit
www.braincafeindia.com.
www.geartechnologyindia.com
Ipsen delivers performance.
Consistently.
Metallurgical masterpiece.
Built in India.
Admired for centuries.
Metallurgical masterpiece.
Built in India. Designed in Germany.
Admired by the industry for over 30 years.
With over 65 years of working with some of the most demanding and discerning gear
manufacturers among our 50,000 installations worldwide, Ipsen has become the first choice
of the automotive industry for repeatable quality at optimum cost. Our customer list reads
like a who’s who of Indian and international industry… and the list keeps on growing.
A global set-up that covers three continents with manufacturing in five countries makes the
Ipsen brand an international benchmark. Not only do we offer best-in-class technology and
manufacturing quality, but also assured technical back-up from Ipsen’s global network of
experts.
For more information, visit www.IpsenIndia.com, call +91 33 24978314
or email Sales@IpsenIndia.com.
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