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Does anyone know the best equipment for measuring gears?

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At the levels of precision indicated by the instrument shown at your URL, you have to ask yourself if the bore is truly circular or not.

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Diameter of the gear, measured from the tops of the teeth. Diameter of the gear, measured at the base of the tooth. The distance from the top of the tooth to the root; it is equal to addendum plus dedendum or to working depth plus clearance.

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On 9/4/2019 at 10:16 PM, Richard Wilde said:

Hi, i was wondering if anyone if this space has experience in measuring gears internal diameters for really precise accuracy?

 

You want to get one to replace an old gear, don't you?. I think the best is  replace couple gear. Because It's difficult to get gear exactly unless you get spare.

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On 10/27/2019 at 9:23 AM, jealpaul said:

I think the best is  replace couple gear. Because It's difficult to get gear exactly unless you get spare.

What does having a spare do for getting an exact replacement? I do not see this.

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