|Process||Gear Process Theory|
|Class Duration||4.5 days|
|Number of Participants||3-12 / Online 50|
|Training Location||Online, Rochester, NY, USA, Ludwigsburg, Germany|
Fundamentals of Bevel Gear Design
Basic understanding of the design elements of spiral bevel and hypoid gears. Gear theory, terminology, gear sizing, tooth design parameters and cutting methods. Exercises are taught utilizing Gleason GEMS® Design software. Trainees may bring a specific design problem for an existing or future application. Data for any specific problem should include speed, torque loads, size restrictions, deflections etc.
- Gear nomenclature.
- Theory of generation.
- Cutting processes and tools.
- Explanation of dimension sheets.
- Approximating gear size.
- Calculation of stresses and gear life.
- Gear blank dimensions and tolerances.
- Lubrication and assembly.
- Types of failures.
- Calculation of dimension sheet using Gleason computer programs.
A certificate is issued with successful completion.
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This class is also available online (only English). Online classes are conducted in sessions with max. 4 hours per session, per day, including breaks. Sessions can be chosen as required, either on consecutive days or based on a reoccurring weekly schedule. We use “Zoom“ as video conferencing and presentation platform.