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AGMA ISO 10064-1-A21

Code of Inspection Practice — Part 1: Measurement of Cylindrical Gear Tooth Flanks

ABSTRACT This information sheet provides a code of practice dealing with measurements on flanks of individual cylindrical involute gears, i.e. with the measurement of pitch, profile, helix and tangential composite characteristics. It describes measuring equipment, provides advice for gear measuring methods and for the analysis of measurement results, and discusses the interpretation of results. SCOPE This information sheet is a supplement to ANSI/AGMA ISO 1328-1-B14. It provides a code of practice dealing with measurements on flanks of individual cylindrical involute gears, i.e. with the measurement of pitch, profile, helix and tangential composite characteristics. It describes measuring equipment, provides advice for gear measuring methods and for the analysis of measurement results, and discusses the interpretation of results. Measurements using a double flank tester are not included (see ISO/TR 10064 2). This document only applies to involute gears. FOREWORD [The foreword, footnotes and annexes, if any, in this document are provided for informational purposes only and are not to be construed as a part of AGMA ISO Information Sheet 10064-1-A21, Code of inspection practice — Part 1: Measurement of cylindrical gear tooth flanks] AGMA ISO 10064-1-A21 represents an identical adoption of ISO/TR 10064-1:2019 which was developed by ISO/TC 60, Gears.  Members of AGMA Gear Accuracy Committee, acting as the US TAG to WG 2, actively participated in the development process and once the technical report was published, voted to adopt it as AGMA ISO 10064-1-A21. As an identical adoption, this document is an acceptable replacement in citations of the original, or the original may be used when this document is cited. The first draft of AGMA ISO 10064-1-A21 was made in October 2019. The adoption was approved by the AGMA Technical Division Executive Committee in November 2020. Suggestions for improvement of this standard will be welcome. They may be submitted to tech@agma.org.

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