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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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When milling the teeth, the milling cutter wears, and there is a resulting degradation of the tooth form and a loss of tooth height accuracy.
The Ikona Gear's patented tooth form provides several advantages over conventional gear designs in this application including near-zero backlash, better sealing of compressed gases and less friction.
Ikona had to design its gearing technology's tooth form to qualify it as a new invention to protect it from international patent laws.
In die design, manufacturers are aware of how subtle differences in tooth form can notably enhance the performance of rolling dies.
Finishes have improved with tooth form and new coatings, but are typically in the 250 rms range.