|Date||Jul 16, 2020|
Gear Trainer Webinar
|Process||Power Skiving, Gear Process Theory|
Power Skiving of Large Gears
This live webinar covers the Power Skiving of large internal gears. We demonstrate the production of gears with module 6 mm and a workpiece diameter larger than 600 mm, on a Gleason-Pfauter 600/800PS Power Skiving Machine with automatic tool change. The roughing process is carried out quickly and economically with a carbide insert tool and the finishing is very precise and with low wear with a solid PM tool. Furthermore, we compare this process with gear gashing with a form milling cutter and Power Skiving with a single solid PM solid steel tool for roughing and finishing.
Gear Trainer Webinars cover a variety of topics on bevel and cylindrical gear manufacturing technology, including gear and transmission design and simulation, soft cutting and hard finishing processes, metrology, tools, workholding, software and 4.0 production systems. The webinars include a mix of different media including live demonstrations of processes and software applications. Gear Trainer Webinars are moderated live by gear technology experts including the possibility to ask questions via the integrated chat. Within 30 minutes, our gear-cutting experts get to the bottom of the issues, and any questions raised are addressed in the following Q&A session.
Participant data of Gear Trainer Webinars is treated confidentially and will not be published. Participation in the Gear Trainer Webinars is free of charge.
JST 04:00 - 04:45 pm (Tokyo)
CST 03:00 - 03:45 pm (Beijing)
CET 09:00 - 09:45 am (Brussels)
EST 03:00 - 04:45 am (New York)
Ideally suited for participants in Asia-Pacific and Europe.
JST 05:00 - 05:45 pm (Tokyo)
CST 04:00 - 04:45 pm (Beijing)
CET 10:00 - 10:45 am (Brussels)
EST 04:00 - 04:45 am (New York)
Ideally suited for participants in German-speaking countries.
JST 11:00 - 11:45 pm (Tokyo)
CST 10:00 - 10:45 pm (Beijing)
CET 04:00 - 04:45 pm (Brussels)
EST 10:00 - 10:45 am (New York)
Ideally suited for participants in Americas and Europe.
Registration closes 1 hour beforehand.