Quieter Gears Are Being Demanded! How Shall We Make Them? 330019
LIMITATIONS of present processes for cutting and finishing transmission gears are covered in a general way by Mr. Cederleaf. He shows also that future demands for more quiet transmissions can be met only by an equal improvement in gear-cutting-and-finishing equipment; or by the development of new processes; or by the realization, on the part of engineers, that the most economical method of obtaining better results is, by redesign, to eliminate from the transmission the necessity for greater dimensional accuracy.