Carbide hobbing case study


Carbide hobbing improves productivity and cost, however many questions remain regarding the best application, carbide material, hob sharpening, coating and re-coating, hob handling, consistency and optimum hob wear, best cutting conditions, and concerns for the initial cutting tool investment. This paper is a case study of a successful implementation of carbide hobbing for an annual output of 250,000 gears, average lot size of about 200-300 gears, producing gears of about 150 different sizes and pitches, with 4 setups per day on average.
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