Machinery's reference series

Machinery's reference series from the The Industrial press

by Smith, Robert H. (Robert Henry), 1852-1916


Gears and Gear Drives , By Damir T. Jelaska

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  • Brown and sharp tools publisher,
  • Machinery's handbook , Chicago gear works

Design tutorials Boston gear design tutorials on worm,spur, bevel gears. See chapter 4 on worm gear throat, pitch, addendum, dedendum. Pitch diameter , number of teeth gears p.119

Trade journals Canadian machinery and metalworking (January-December 1907) trade practice articles on shaping of cutting tools

Books and Papers
Dudley, D.W., 1984. Handbook of Practical Gear Design. McGraw Hill.
Maitra, G.M., 1994. Handbook of Gear Design, second ed. Tata McGraw Hill.
Norton, R.L., 2006. Machine Design, third ed. Pearson.
Radzevich, S.P., 2012. Dudley’s gear handbook of practical gear design and manufacture, 2nd ed. CRC Press.
Shigley, J.E., 1986. Mechanical Engineering Design, first metric ed. McGraw Hill.
Further Reading
Shigley, J.E., Mischke, C.R., Budynas, R.G., 2004. Mechanical Engineering Design, seventh ed.
McGraw Hill.
Townsend, D.P., 1992. Dudley’s Gear Handbook, second ed. McGraw Hill.
AGMA Design manual for cylindrical wormgearing. ANSI/AGMA Standard 6022-C93. Reaffirmed 2008.
AGMA Practice for enclosed cylindrical wormgear speed reducers and gearmotors. ANSI/AGMA Standard
6034-B92. Reaffirmed 2005.
BS 721-1:1963. Specification for worm gearing. Imperial units.
BS 721-2:1983. Specification for worm gearing. Metric units.
BS ISO TR 10828:1997. Worm gears. Geometry of worm profiles.
PD ISO/TR 14521:2010. Gears. Calculation of load capacity of wormgears.
Web Sites
At the time of going to press the world-wide-web contained useful information relating to this chapter at the
following sites:

Steam engines

search for creator:"William Cawthorne Unwin" and machine design at ,

gear hobbing

moved to Gears robot

Shaft collars

Universal joints, Bevel gears

Youtube videos DIY line boring tool

ASEE Albert w. smith 1905 Peter Sawchuck is required to design a two-speed gear box for a cold rolling mill coiler. He undertakes the design of a one-off unit that will satisfy the requirements. The basic gear design is governed by AGMA specs, but the remaining components are governed by reliability and economic considerations. This case study is part of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Engineering Case Library (ECL), which can be downloaded in full as a 300mb zip file. The Engineering Case Program originated at Stanford University in 1964 with the support of the National Science Foundation. The catalog was maintained by Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Carleton University. It continues under the sponsorship of the Design in Engineering Education Division (DEED) of the ASEE.

Riveting and hardening hand riveting

Gadgets Hammerhead dryscrew installer with magnetic grip. Makita fast screw in device (patented and hackable)


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