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Cross Rolling, Toothed Shaft, FEM, Experiment.

ABSTRACT

This paper presents a new concept for forming toothed shafts based on the cross-wedge rolling process (CWR). This method consists in using special inserts in the shape of flat
rack bars, which, acting on a billet, extrude material from tooth spaces to tooth points. These inserts are placed at the finish end of a wedge tool. Numerical calculations (based
on FEM) and experimental rolling tests unequivocally demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method for forming spur (straight-cut), helical, curved and herringbone
gear teeth.

CITATION INFORMATION

Acta Mechanica Slovaca. Volume 15, Issue 2, Pages 50 – 58, ISSN 1335-2393

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  A FEM Analysis of Cross-Wedge Rolling of Toothed Shafts

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