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GEARS Designed and manufactured to meet YOUR Production Requirements 
Custom Gears Exclusively 

DIEFENDORF
GEAR CORPORATION
SYRACUSE 1, N. Y. 
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MAXIMUM Heat-Transfer Capacity in Limited Space
LOW AIRWAY RESISTANCE
AEROFIN Smooth-Fin Heat Exchangers 
AEROFIN CORPORATION
101 Greenway Ave., Syracuse 3, N. Y. 
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WHITEHEAD METALS, INC.
Distributors of Corrosion Resisting Materials:
ALUMNIM
BRASS
CLAD METALS
COPPER
EVERDUR
INCONEL
MONEL
NICKEL
FERRO ALLOYS
FOUNDRY NICKEL
STAINLESS STEELS

303 West 10th St., New Yoro 14, N. Y. 

OTHER OFFICES
PHILDELPHIA . BUFFALO . SYRACUSE . CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
BALTIMORE . HARRISON, N. J. . WINDSOR, CONN. . ROCHESTER 

C.D. Grover, President 
MIT 1922 
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How Curtis solved a close center-to-center problem [IMAGE]

The close center-to-center space of these drive spindles on a Sutton-Maust Precision Backed-up Roller Leveler created a tough problem for its manufacturer.  He needed a universal joint strong enough to stand up under heavy rolling mill conditions, yet small enough to operate at such close quarters.

The answer was a Curtis universal joint!  The maximum load carrying capacity and minimum torsional deflection of the Curtis joint was found to be completely satisfactory.  And Curtis' famous Telltale Lock Ring construction permits quick disassembly for easier maintenance.

This is just one of the many power transmission problems solved by Curtis universal joints - size for size the strongest universal joints designed for industry.  Selected materials, precision engineering, and 40 years' experience manufacturing universal joints exclusively make them that way. 

WRITE FOR THE NEW CURTIS CATALOG, JUST PUBLISHED
14 sizes always in stock 3/8" to 4' O.D.
Not sold through distributors.  Write direct for free engineering data and price list. 
TRADEMARK CURTIS UNIVERISAL JOINT CO., INC. 
811 Birnie Ave., Springfield, Mass.
As near to you as your telephone 
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