Announcements

  • AGMA TDEC Report - May 2021

    For your review and records, the May 2021 AGMA TDEC Report is attached.  This report includes general updates from AGMA, milestones that have been reached in document development projects, and then general current status of all AGMA and ISO committees.
  • Get Your AGMA Standards!

    Thank you for your continued support of the American Gear Manufacturers Association and for renewing your membership! The complete set of current AGMA standards and information sheets are included with your 2021 membership benefits. This year's distribution includes the following newly published and revised documents: 

    Information Sheets: 
    - AGMA 945-2-B20, Splines – Design and Application (Inch Edition)
    - AGMA 946-A21, Test Methods for Plastic Gears
    - AGMA ISO 10064-1-A21, Code of Inspection Practice – Part 1: Measurement of Cylindrical Gear Tooth Flanks


    Standards:
    - ANSI/AGMA 6000-C20, Specification for Measurement of Linear Vibration of Gear Units
    - ANSI/AGMA 9009-E20, Flexible Couplings – Nomenclature for Flexible Couplings

    AGMA distributes these documents to members through our website. Please see below for instructions on how to download the complete set of current AGMA standards and information sheets. As always, if you have any comments or questions on AGMA activities, don’t hesitate to contact us at tech@agma.org.


    Instructions for downloading standards:

    1. Click this link: https://connect.agma.org/HigherLogic/System/DownloadDocumentFile.ashx?DocumentFileKey=0c389574-ef30-ab8a-ebd0-ded96c1c65b7&forceDialog=1
    2. Sign in using your AGMA website login credentials.
    3. A zip file containing all standards will begin downloading. The download may take a few minutes. Please be patient.

    Note: If you forgot your login credentials, use the “I don't know my username or password” links under the Sign In button. If you are still having problems, contact Karina Sandoval-Nunez at nunez@agma.org.

    The standards will be available for download until Friday, May 14, 2021, If you have any questions about specific standards, please email: tech@agma.org.
  • Three new AGMA publications

    The AGMA Technical Division recently announced the following publications: 
    ANSI/AGMA 6000-C20, Specification for Measurement of Linear Vibration on Gear Units (Replaces ANSI/AGMA 6000-B96)
    This standard presents a method for the measurement of linear vibrations on a gear unit. Instrumentation, measuring methods, test procedures and discrete frequency vibration limits are recommended for acceptance testing to confirm integrity. An annex which lists system effects on gear unit vibration and responsibility is also provided.
    AGMA 946-A21, Test Methods for Plastic Gears
    This information sheet describes test methods and recommended documentation practices for determining load carrying capacity and wear performance of plastic gears. It describes test methods for plastic gears related to dynamic testing where two gears rotate against each other under controlled load and velocity, as well as static testing where a gear is held stationary while a load is applied to one or more of the gear’s features, or pulsator testing where the test gear is not rotating, but the load is pulsed repeatedly until fatigue failure occurs.
    AGMA ISO 10064-1-A21, Code of Inspection Practice — Part 1: Measurement of Cylindrical Gear Tooth Flanks
    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.
    The publications are available for purchase at the link below: 

    For more information: https://members.agma.org/ 

  • AGMA TDEC Report - January 2021

    For your review and records, the January 2021 AGMA TDEC Report is attached to this message