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Mahr White Paper: Measuring Gear Roughness

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Measuring Gear Roughness: Advanced Solutions from Mahr

At Cross Company, we are proud to be a trusted distributor for Mahr, a leading provider of precision measurement solutions. Our team of precision measurement experts is dedicated to helping you implement advanced products and solutions to enhance your manufacturing processes. This white paper from Mahr highlights innovative approaches to measuring gear roughness, crucial for optimizing efficiency in various industries, including electromobility.

Mahr White Paper: Measuring Gear Roughness 2The roughness of gears plays a pivotal role in the efficiency, torque, power throughput, and noise emissions of electric motors and transmissions. Traditional measurement systems have struggled to achieve the high precision and repeatability required for modern applications. Mahr’s Engineered Solutions address this challenge with advanced technologies capable of measuring surface finishes with an Rz of less than 1 µm, including fine waviness on gears. These solutions, based on the MarSurf series, offer different configurations tailored to specific workpiece sizes, weights, and measurement characteristics.

Mahr’s roughness measurement technology ensures that even the most challenging gear surfaces can be evaluated accurately and efficiently. This capability is particularly beneficial for industries such as automotive, mechanical engineering, and aviation, where high-precision gear surfaces are essential. By adopting Mahr’s solutions, manufacturers can achieve significant improvements in product quality, efficiency, and noise reduction, driving better performance in their applications.

Read the full white paper: Measuring solutions for electromobility: Roughness testing on gears

Cross Company is here to support your precision measurement needs with Mahr’s cutting-edge technologies. Our experts can guide you through the implementation process, ensuring that you get the most out of these advanced solutions. Whether you need to improve gear roughness measurement for better efficiency or enhance overall product quality, we have the expertise and the tools to help you succeed. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you in integrating Mahr’s innovative products into your operations.

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