B-G40 - Bevel Gear Grinding Development
Length of CourseOne week.
This course will provide theoretical and practical instruction in the grinding development of bevel gearing. First and second order development changes and inspection procedures, terminology, machine descriptions and problem troubleshooting will all be covered in this program.
Depending on the needs of the student, this course may include discussions and lectures defining Waguri Grinding, its application, design parameters and manufacturing techniques. Hands-on experience is given in machine setup and operation as well as the techniques of developing acceptable tooth contacts of mating members. Mating pinions can be ground in fixed setting tilt or Duplex Helical method.
Machines related to this course:
- PHOENIX®II 275G Bevel Gear Grinding Machine
- PHOENIX®II 600G Bevel Gear Grinding Machine
- PHOENIX® 800G Bevel Gear Grinding Machine
- PHOENIX® 280G
- Terminology and nomenclature for gear grinding
- FORMATE™ grinding terminology (if applicable)
- FORMATE™ cycles & affects on the process (if applicable)
- Test machine movements
- Roll testing of bevel gears
- Tooth contact pattern development procedures
- Description of the PHOENIX® Grinder used
- Inspection of ground gear teeth
- Discussion of objectives of pinion grinding development
- Demonstration of development changes
- Utilizing G-AGE™ Inspection outputs in Bevel Grinding
- Production considerations for ground tooth gearing
- Special considerations for finish, materials, tooth defects, etc.