Product brochure: Up-Gear technology for bevel gear machining from Sandvik Coromant
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Up-Gear technology brochure
Up-Gear technology, produced by Sandvik Coromant in collaboration with Heller, is a Heller five-axis machine that is equipped with user-friendly software and a Sandvik Coromant toolset for bevel gear machining. According to the company, it is a flexible, productive and cost-efficient solution that is suitable for users whether they manufacture bevel gears for construction machinery, marine propulsion systems or trains. This brochure provides a productivity example, information on how to select your toolset and application examples.
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