|Process||5-Axis Gear Machining, Bevel Cutting, Bevel Grinding, Bevel Curvic Coupling Grinding, Bevel Lapping, Bevel Roll Testing, Bevel Quenching, Bevel Blade Grinding, Bevel Blade Inspection, Bevel Cutter Build|
|Class Duration||4.5 days|
|Number of Participants||3-12 / Online 50|
|Training Location||Online, Rochester, NY, USA, Ludwigsburg, Germany|
Applied Bevel Gear Engineering
Continuation of subjects covered in the Fundamentals of Bevel Gear Design. An in-depth series of lectures, discussions and hands-on workshops including Gleason CAGETM, G-AGE® and GEMS® bevel gear design and manufacturing software. A working knowledge of the theory of tooth contact pattern development and the use of Gleason computer programs for Tooth Contact Analysis (TCA), undercut check, and summary of machine settings. Product application testing, tooth contact analysis under load (LTCA) and methods of hard finishing of bevel and hypoid gears. 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.
- Introduction to Gleason machines.
- Bevel gear design and dimensions.
- Explanation of software input.
- Introduction to TCA.
- Calculation of TCA and machine summary.
- Explanation of machine summary items.
- Tooth contact analysis under load (LTCA).
- The Gleason Completing System (design, TCA, development).
- Tooth contact, deflection and fatigue testing.
- Methods of hard finishing bevel and hypoid gears.
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.