Reverse Engineering

Our customers often need to replace a worn or damaged bevel gear component, but there is no replacement part available from the OEM or anywhere else. That is where our forty years of bevel gear experience and expertise comes in. Reverse engineering is the process of discovering the technological and mechanical principles of a system through analysis of its structure, function and operation. We have the equipment and the knowledge to analyze your existing bevel gear component - from the physical and chemical properties of the base material to the exact configuration and tolerances of the gear configuration – to reproduce virtually any bevel gear in variety of materials, often with better-than-new results.

So when you have a worn, non-functional gear to replace, or need a gear made from an old sketch or drawing, talk to the “go-to guys” at ATI Gear. We have the experience and resources to manufacture just about any bevel gear configuration you need, from almost any material, and to deliver it when you need it.

On-Site Source Inspection

Bevel gears are a very specialized area of the precision manufacturing world. The level of knowledge required to successfully design, manufacture and inspect bevel gears takes years of hands-on experience to acquire. Very often, our customers do not have an in-house capability to source inspect bevel gears at a supplier’s location, so they call the experts ATI Gear. Our knowledgeable staff is available to perform on-site source inspection services, including in-process and final inspections, as well as to troubleshoot your manufacturing process.

When you need to be 100% sure that your parts have been made right, you need the bevel gear manufacturing experts at ATI Gear. Our team of specialists will travel to your supplier’s facility to inspect your parts, and to verify that the product meets your exact specifications and contract requirements. Contact ATI Gear to learn more about our on-site source inspection service.

Trouble Shooting

Mechanical systems using bevel gears run the gamut from water wheels to rocket engines. The successful operation of bevel gears in a complex system requires a delicate balance between strength, durability, weight, cost, and a host of other design considerations. Bevel gear systems must be configured to provide efficient power transmission, acceptable wear, smooth operation and overall reliability. When something goes wrong with a system using bevel gears there can be a number of causes, some obvious and some not.

The next time you need assistance with troubleshooting a bevel gear system, let the experts at ATI Gear help you figure out what works and what doesn’t. Our decades of precision bevel gear manufacturing expertise will save you time and money, and help you keep your project on track.

Gear Development and Consulting Engineering

It is often said that there is no replacement for hands-on knowledge and experience. At ATI Gear we’ve been manufacturing precision bevel gears for nearly forty years, and we know a thing or two about how they operate. Many of our customers put our bevel gear manufacturing expertise to work during the design phase of a project, saving time and money not only in testing and prototype, but over the entire life of the project or program. The experts at ATI Gear can offer you a creative, common-sense approach to bevel gear design because we know what works and why from decades of real-world, practical experience.

The next time you’re designing a system with bevel gear components, let ATI Gear help you get the most out of your project. Our manufacturing perspective and design advice has saved our customers many thousands of dollars over the years, and we can do the same for you. Contact us today to learn more about the gear development and consulting engineering services available at ATI Gear.

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