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Limiting conditions in gear shaping for corrected involute gears
, Narayanan S. Srinivasan
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Volume: 23
Issue: 4
Pages: 227 - 235
The technique most commonly used to produce cylindrical gears, both external and internal, is gear shaping with a pinion-type cutter which generates gear flanks with rotating motion and removes chips by reciprocating action. Though the gear shaping cutter of a specific module can be used to cut gears with a wide range of teeth of the same module, in practice the inherent errors limit the number of teeth that can be cut on the gear. This paper analyses such inherent errors for both external and internal gears, taking into account the effect of a tip-relief angle and considering both "corrected" and "uncorrected" gear forms. © 1983.
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