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PWE: So if quality and precision is so high and the Renold-Holroyd tooth form is so highly regarded is there anything new in the field and, if so, what are some of the latest developments?
Intech recommended high crystalline, structurally stable plastic for the idlers and stainless steel for the gears, then suggested that a modified tooth form be cut into both.
The ability of this tooth form to cut a variety of shapes and sizes provides the user with the widest range of cutting with the least amount of blade changes.
The internal gear pump illustrated uses a standard involute gear tooth form. The spur gear is small enough in diameter to clear the internal diameter of the ring gear leaving a void between the two elements.
The inverted tooth form was classified as square, tapering or ovoid according to the outline form.8 If the bitemporal, bizygomatic and bimandibular distances were found equal the face form was labeled squarish.
Vanherle, "The 5-year clinical performance of direct composite additions to correct tooth form and position.
Comparison of the radular teeth of specimens characterized by different 16S haplotypes revealed strong correlations between tooth form and haplotype; the teeth of individuals with haplotypes in Group A (n = 11 specimens with both 16S sequences and radular tooth morphometry) differed strikingly from those in Group B (n = 23).
For one particular design Kleiss used an asymmetric buttressed tooth form to increase tooth strength.
"To overcome the tooth tip burr problem," Bodie says, "we developed two new grinding methods--a full tooth form grinding method with axial band stock oscillation during the grind for coarser teeth, and an alternate tooth, multiple grind cycle for fine pitch teeth."