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  • Wirecutter
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    Great info - thanks, Evan. It seems so often the case that the best sources of info are the makers of a product. "If you know how to use our product correctly and to the best benefit, we both do better business." Something like that.

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  • torker
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    Thanks Evan. Now I need a couple of them "rountuit" deals.

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  • John Stevenson
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    Another good page is this one.

    http://www.omnigearandmachine.com/te...nformation.htm


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  • jburstein
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    That's a manual that was, I believe, created by Boston Gear. They some other good information like that on their website.

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  • Peter N
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    That could be a useful reference someday Evan, thanks for posting the link.

    I have no plans that involve gearcutting at the moment, but information on a PDF file like this is so handy, as you can just print off the relevant page or so that's needed, and avoid damaging a good textbook with oily thumbprints in the workshop.

    Peter

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  • Evan
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    For gearheads

    I stumbled on some really excellent information on gears. It is in PDF format and can be saved to disk for later reference.

    http://pergatory.mit.edu/2.007/Resou...-theory-bg.pdf
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