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DIN 3965-2 - Tolerancing of bevel gears; tolerances for individual parameters
August 1, 1986 - DIN

Scope and field of application The parameters for which tolerances haue been given in this standard are defined in DIN 3971. The tolerances specified apply for straight, skew and spiral bevel gears with and without axial offset. See also DIN 3965 Part 1.

JIS B 1704 - Bevel gear
March 23, 2010 - JSA

This Standard specifies the classification system for the geometrical accuracy of bevel gears and hypoid gears. Also, this Standard defines the terms related to the gear accuracy and specifies the structure and tolerances of the gear accuracy grade. This Standard...

JIS B 1705 - Backlashes for bevel gears
November 20, 2013 - JSA

This Standard specifies the backlashes of bevel gears which satisfy the following s pecifica tions. a) Gear accuracy grade: B2 to B 11 (see JIS B 1704) b) Outer normal module: 0.5 mm to 25 mm c) Outer pitch circle diameter: 3 mm to 1 600 mm This Standard applies to normal...

AGMA 937 - Aerospace Bevel Gears
October 25, 2012 - AGMA

This information sheet covers aerospace bevel gears for power, accessory and actuation applications. It provides additional information on the design, manufacturing and quality control unique to the aerospace environment. The new information sheet was developed to fill the void...

AGMA 11FTM10 - New Methods for the Calculation of the Load Capacity of Bevel and Hypoid Gears
October 1, 2011 - AGMA

Pitting and tooth root breakage are still the two most frequent failure types occurring in practical applications of bevel gears. There are several national and international standards for the calculation of the load carrying capacity of these gears such as DIN 3991,...

AGMA 07FTM18 - Bevel Gear Model
October 1, 2007 - AGMA

The paper presents a method for developing an accurate generic bevel gear model including both the face milling and face hobbing processes. Starting with gear blank geometry, gear and pinion basic generator machine settings are calculated. The contact pattern and rolling...

AGMA ISO 22849 - Design Recommendations for Bevel Gears
May 7, 2012 - AGMA

This information sheet discusses the application of bevel and hypoid gears using the geometry in ANSI/AGMA ISO 23509, the capacity as determined by ISO 10300 (all parts), or ANSI/AGMA 2003-C10 and AGMA 932-A05, and the tolerances in ANSI/AGMA ISO 17485. It provides additional...

AGMA ISO 23509 - Bevel and Hypoid Gear Geometry
December 12, 2017 - AGMA

This document specifies the geometry of bevel gears. The term bevel gears is used to mean straight, spiral, zerol bevel and hypoid gear designs. If the text pertains to one or more, but not all, of these, the specific forms are identified. The manufacturing...

ISO 23509 - Bevel and hypoid gear geometry
November 15, 2016 - ISO

This document specifies the geometry of bevel gears. The term bevel gears is used to mean straight, spiral, zerol bevel and hypoid gear designs. If the text pertains to one or more, but not all, of these, the specific forms are identified. The manufacturing...

DS/ISO/TR 22849 - Design recommendations for bevel gears
July 15, 2011 - DS

This Technical Report provides information for the application of bevel and hypoid gears using the geometry in ISO 23509, the capacity as determined by ISO 10300 (all parts) and the tolerances in ISO 17485. This Technical Report provides additional information on the application,...

ISO TR 22849 - Design recommendations for bevel gears
April 15, 2011 - ISO

This Technical Report provides information for the application of bevel and hypoid gears using the geometry in ISO 23509, the capacity as determined by ISO 10300 (all parts) and the tolerances in ISO 17485. This Technical Report provides additional information on the application,...

AGMA 2005 - Design Manual for Bevel Gears
January 1, 2003 - AGMA

This standard contains information for the design, fabrication, inspection and mounting of bevel gears. The term bevel gears is used to mean straight, spiral, zerol bevel and hypoid gear designs. If the text pertains to one or more but not all, the specific...

DIN 3965-1 - Tolerancing of bevel gears; basic concepts
August 1, 1986 - DIN

To ensure compliance with all the functional requirements to be met by bevel gears, relating to smooth running, load bearing capacity, uniform angular transmission and operating life, it is essential that the errors of certain parameters of the tooth system be kept within given limits...

AGMA 209.04 - System for Spiral Bevel Gears
December 1, 1982 - AGMA

This System presents a method of calculating gear blank and tooth dimensions for spiral bevel gears on which the teeth are machined by a face mill cutter, a planning tool, or a cup-shaped grinding wheel. Some of the tooth configurations reflect particular cutting methods. For...

AGMA 209.03 - System for Spiral Bevel Gears
May 1, 1964 - AGMA

FOREWORD This system for the design of spiral bevel gears is a revision of the original Gleason System adopted by the AGMA and revised in 1942. Changes and additions are as following: a) Adoption of 20 degrees as the basic pressure angle, instead of the former 141/2 degrees; b)...

AGMA 14FTM18 - Precision Bevel Gears with Low Tooth Count
October 1, 2014 - AGMA

The paper deals with the geometry and kinematics of right-angle bevel gears that feature low tooth count. Right-angle bevel gears are a particular case of intersected-axis gearing (further Ia - gearing) with an arbitrary value of shaft angle. In this paper,...

AGMA 99FTM8 - Power-Dry-Cutting of Bevel Gears
October 1, 1999 - AGMA

High speed machining using carbides has been known for some decades for milling and turning operations. Improvements in carbide grades and sintering processes in combination with new coating methods and the use of CNC machines has lead to a significantly new trend in cutting bevel...

BS 545 - Specification for Bevel Gears (Machine Cut)
March 31, 1982 - BSI

Specifies tooth form, modules, accuracy requirements, methods of determining load capacity and material requirements for bevel gears connecting interconnecting shafts which are mutually perpendicular.

AGMA 01FTM3 - Automated Spiral Bevel Gear Pattern Inspection
October 1, 2001 - AGMA

Manufacturing processes for precision spiral bevel gears are operator intensive, making them particularly costly in today's small lot production environment. This problem is compounded by production requirements for replacement parts that have not been produced for many years. The...

Gears and Gear Drives
January 1, 2012 - WILEY

Understanding how gears are formed and how they interact or mesh with each other is essential when designing equipment that uses gears or gear trains. The way in which gear teeth are formed and how they mesh is determined by their geometry and kinematics, which is the...

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