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Worm gear material

Note: I can’t guarantee that all pages can be found in Google Groups, but over 90% of the content should be there. If not, try the resources below!

Gear! – articles: Worm drive and Slewing drive Worms resemble screws. A worm is meshed with a worm wheel, which looks similar to a spur gear. Worm-and-gear sets are
List of characters in the Metal Gear series! – The Metal Gear franchise features a large number of fictional characters created by Hideo Kojima and designed by Yoji Shinkawa. Its setting features several
List of gear nomenclature! – spur gears, parallel axis or crossed axis helical gears, and worm gearing. The central plane of a worm gear is perpendicular to the gear axis and
Hobbing! – Cycloid gears (see below) Helical gears Involute gears Ratchets Splines Sprockets Spur gears Worm gears Hobbing is used to produce most throated worm wheels
Bevel gear! – of rotation, this configuration resembles a worm drive. Miter gears are a type of bevel gears that have equal numbers of teeth. The shafts

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