List Of Gear Nomenclature
Gears have a wide range of unique terminology known as gear nomenclature.
Read more about List Of Gear Nomenclature: Addendum, Addendum Angle, Addendum Circle, Apex To Back, Back Angle, Back Cone, Back Cone Distance, Backlash, Base Circle, Base Cylinder, Base Diameter, Bull Gear, Center Distance, Central Plane, Composite Action Test, Cone Distance, Conjugate Gears, Crossed Helical Gear, Crossing Point, Crown Circle, Crowned Teeth, Dedendum Angle, Equivalent Pitch Radius, Face (tip) Angle, Face Cone, Face Gear, Face Width, Form Diameter, Front Angle, Front Cone, Gear Center, Gear Range, Heel, Helical Rack, Helix Angle, Index Deviation, Inside Cylinder, Inside Diameter, Involute Polar Angle, Involute Roll Angle, Involute Teeth, Lead, Line of Centers, Mounting Distance, Normal Module, Normal Plane, Offset, Outside Cylinder, Outside Diameter, Pitch Angle, Pitch Circle, Pitch Cone, Pitch Cylinder, Pitch Helix, Pitch Line, Pitch Point, Pitch Surfaces, Principal Directions, Profile Radius of Curvature, Radial Composite Deviation, Root Angle, Root Circle, Root Cone, Root Cylinder, Shaft Angle, Spiral Gear, Spur Gear, Spur Rack, Standard Pitch Circle, Standard Pitch Diameter, Standard Reference Pitch Diameter, Test Radius, Throat Diameter, Throat Form Radius, Tip Radius, Tip Relief, Tooth Surface
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