was first developed in the early 1930s in the United States and is closely linked to broaching. It is a gearwheel finishing process
characterised by elevated quality both in the geometry of the tooth, and the surface roughness, offering good value for money per piece that remains unbeatable in the field of medium and large series production. This renders it the process of choice for the production of gear boxes in the automotive industry.
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