Gear cutter is described as a mechanical tool or machine used for the fabrication of gear wheels to cut the teeth in the wheels. These cutters are ideal for both dry machining and wet cutting processes.

Automatic gear cutter refers to a machine designed to cut spur and bevel gears and worm-wheels. These machines are generally automatic, all the operations required in gear cutting being performed by the machine itself except the lacing of the wheels in position and setting the machine for the proper depth and length of cut.
Ref: 120834/2006-09-26

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