At The Gear Works, we’ve been working to AGMA specifications and other industry standards for years and have been ISO 9001 certified since 1994. We specialize in small quantity, high precision gear projects all under the guidance of experienced, licensed gear engineers who design custom gear drives and provide technical support to improve existing gear trains. Complementary with our QA, The Gear Works engineering department has developed comprehensive heat treat and material procurement specifications. In addition to our sophisticated computer design tools is a suite of gear rating software for current industry standards.
All dimensions are 100% inspected with calibrated measuring instruments.
The Gear Works makes a committment to fully understanding its customer’s expectations; and then set goals to meet or exceed the expectations through the correct performance of required tasks.
It is the policy of The Gear Works:
If the case depth is too excessive, the gear teeth can become brittle, leading to catastrophic failure. If the case depth is too light or the hardness is not high enough, the part does not rate as designed, which can lead to premature failure. The Gear Works understand this and that is why we destructive test a coupon with every heat treat load. We perform a hardness and case depth profiles using our state-of -the-art Struers test equipment. All gears carburized by The Gear Works go through this process, so our customers don’t have to face the painful costs of downtime.