Today, practically all machinery and utensils required in society rely for their production either directly or indirectly on machine tools. Modern progress and prosperity depend largely on the success with which machine tools combine the fastest production rate, greatest accuracy and lowest cost. It follows that greatest economic benefit is achieved where machine tools are fully utilised from immediate start to finish of a workshift.
KeywordsMachine Tool Rolling Element Worm Gear Roll Element Bearing Fluid Friction
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