|Class Duration||4.5 days|
|Number of Participants||3-6|
Techniques for the development of pinion geometries produced with the continuous face hobbing process. Familiarity with the use of HSS blades with coolant or carbide blades with Dry Power Cutting®.
▪ Terminology of cutting spiral and hypoid bevel gears.
▪ Inspection of the rotary bodies.
▪ Theory of cutting with the face hobbing method.
▪ Transferring machine setting sheets.
▪ Description and setup of the TRI-AC® and Pentac® stick blade cutter head systems.
▪ Description and setup of Phoenix® cutting machine.
▪ Cutting of ring gears and pinions.
▪ Discussion of tooth contact development using proportional changes.
▪ Description of the testing techniques for face hobbing method.
▪ Testing of gear parts and development of desired tooth contact patterns.
▪ Lapping process discussion of face hobbed bevel gearsets.
A certificate is issued with successful completion.
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