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spur gear

[′spər ‚gir]
(design engineering)
A toothed wheel with radial teeth parallel to the axis.
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The new Elesa ZCR and ZCL modular gear racks and spur gears provide an easy to install package of quiet, lightweight, lubrication free and soft feel drives.
With over 181 configurations of stock metric spur gears, helical gears, internal ring gears, gear racks, straight and spiral tooth miter gears, spiral, hypoid and Zerol bevel gears, screw gears, worms and wormwheels, ratchets and pawls, gear couplings, involute spline shafts and bushings, and right-angle gearboxes, KHK USA offers an unmatched selection of standardized products with unbeatable availability.
Computerized design, generation and simulation of modified involute spur gears with localized bearing contact and reduced level of transmission errors, ASME.
When fitting spur gears, care must be taken to align the shafts correctly, because inaccurate fitting can reduce tooth contact, causing wear and excessive noise.
[9] used a finite element/contact mechanic model to investigate the dynamic response of a spur gear pair.
Kapelevich, "Geometry and design of involute spur gears with asymmetric teeth," Mechanism and Machine Theory, vol.
The oils were developed to lubricate bevel and spur gears, rolling and plain bearings, types of denture clutches, and worm gears with steel/bronze pairings, as well as lifting, drive and transport chains.
Duzcukoglu, "Relation between wear and tooth width modification in spur gears" Wear, vol.
Mark (drivetrain technology, acoustics, The Pennsylvania State U.) provides a method for measuring parallel-axis helical or spur gears that allows computation of transmission-error contributions from working-surface deviations.
The linear stroke is generated by counterweights mounted on two machined shafts that spin in opposite directions via two heavy-duty spur gears attached to an iron casting that mounts to the exciter bridge.
The maker has expertise in designing and producing planetary gear reducers that meet ISO9001 standards for CNC (computerized numerically controlled) machine tools, supplying mainly precision planetary gear reducers, various sizes of gears, spur gears, helical gears, worms and worm gears.
"Helical gears offer a refinement over spur gears [because they] can be meshed in a parallel or crossed orientations," says the engineering team from Myostat Motion Control.