An Investigation on Manufacturing of the Straight Bevel Gear Using End Mill by CNC Milling Machine

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Cihan Özel, Ali İnan, Latif Özler

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Fırat University, Elazıǧ, Turkey

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 127(3), 503-511 (Aug 03, 2005) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1863256 History: Received February 05, 2003; Revised November 05, 2004; Online August 03, 2005
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Straight bevel gear milling with form cutter
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Schematic diagrams of working motions for generating roll in straight bevel gear cutting
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Machine setting for straight bevel gear cutting with template tooth
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Cutter and machine movements
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Manufacturing dimensions of the straight bevel gear (Σ=90°,m=6 mm,n=10,N=20)
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Relation of the end mill and the rack cutter
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Modeling of the straight bevel gear (axial section of a tooth)
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Location according to the right involute of the end mill (plan view)
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Cutting height for the right involute of the end mill (axial section)
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Projection of two opposing involutes
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Location according to the left involute of the end mill (plan view)
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Cutting height for the left tooth flank of the end mill (axial section)
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Flow chart of the CNC program
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Securing of the straight bevel gear blank in the CNC milling machine
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Measured distances on the straight bevel tooth
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Cusp height resulting from (a) ball mill on the straight bevel tooth, (b) end mill on the straight bevel tooth



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