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Related to GEARS: worm gears, Spur gears
AcronymDefinition
GEARSGreater Eugene Area Riders (Oregon bicycle club)
GEARSGlobal Electronic Approval Routing System (US Army)
GEARSGarrett Engineering and Robotics Society (Accident, MD)
GEARSGas Engine and Antique Reproduction Show (Oregon)
GEARSGolden Empire Amateur Radio Society (est. 1939; California)
GEARSGlobal Entomology Agricultural Research Server
GEARSGradient Elearning Advanced Readiness System (web-based interactive multimedia training platform)
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Microsoft and game developer, The Coalition, released a new video for Gears of War 4, showing off the first 20 minutes of the newest game in the franchise.
The spectrum of the noise radiated by the helical gearbox with health gears is given as the baseline in Fig.
In the Town of Tonawanda, Gear Motions has taken over Niagara Gear Corp.
Since power is distributed over three two-stage planet gears without need for a ring gear, the overall gearbox size is quite compact.
Planetary gear trains, also referred as epicyclic gear trains, are those in which one or more gears orbit about the central axis of the train.
The present study emphases the effect of finishing time on precision finishing of spur gears by PECH process and thus it helps to realize the different aspects of the process.
The right-angle gear units are fitted with oversized bearings and provide extended life in electromechanical applications such as conveyors.
Common diagnostic techniques include: vibration analysis on the mill pinion bearings, main reduction gear box and main motor; oil analysis of the main reduction gear box; spray pattern analysis on the gear; stroboscope inspection of the gear teeth during operation and temperature measurement across the face width of the gear.
The robot also placed one of the gears in the test apparatus, where it is turned against a metal reference gear.
Make sure the ring gear and pinion gears are clean and free of obstructions.
Reno said he believes the automated system may have engaged the gears too quickly, and that the turning gear cracked under the tremendous pressure.
Plastic gears first emerged into large-scale use in the 1950s and soon became economical and functional alternatives to metal gears.