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Hob Tool Life Technology Update
The method of cutting teeth on a cylindrical gear by the hobbing process has been in existence since the late 1800's. Advances have been made over the years in both the machines and the cutting tools used. This paper will examine hob tool life and the many variables that affect it. It will cover the state of the art cutting tool materials and coatings, hob tool design characteristics, process speeds and feeds, hob shifting strategies, wear characteristics, etc. The paper will also discuss the use of a common denominator method for evaluating hob tool life in terms of meters [or inches] per hob tooth as an alternative to tool life expressed in parts per sharpening.
ISBN: 978-1-55589-946-2 Pages: 15
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