Re: Shaft deflection


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Posted by David Robinson on August 24, 2003 at 04:48:26:

In Reply to: Shaft deflection posted by Natalie Goddard on November 03, 2001 at 11:02:45:

Quality gears are capable of transmitting substantial tooth loads with remarkable smoothness, having variations in motion of only a few microns at the pitch line. These loads though, can be large enough to produce tooth and other deflections of tens of microns. The few microns of variation in transmitted motion can only be achieved by compensating in some way for these deflections. That way is by means of Profile and Lead Corrections
On the following page you will find two publications that deal with this in full:

http://www.drgears.com/software/GearCorrection.htm




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