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Figure 7.14 Shaping of an internal gear with a pinion cutter. (Courtesy of Gleason Works, Rochester, NY.

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Figure 7.15 A variety of involute gear hobs. (Courtesy of Gleason Works, Rochester, NY.)

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Figure 7.16 The hobbing of a gear. (Courtesy of Gleason Works, Rochester, NY.)

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Figure 7.17 Approach and recess phases of gear tooth action.

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Figure 7.18 Interference in gear tooth action.

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