Re: swivel & tilt of RH gear or pinion


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Posted by tom on December 09, 2012 at 13:06:27:

In Reply to: swivel & tilt of RH gear or pinion posted by Shahzad on December 05, 2012 at 05:10:26:

I think it's like this:
you must start from an assumption
cradle angle, spiral left, is always the one with "more" degrees
example: 298.38' sx 61.22'dx
the swivel as shown in page 16, is calculated angle cradle (+ spiral angle)
then you can 'say that he (sviwel) will' always smaller angle, will be 'cradle greater angle (left)
example: cradle angle 298.38'sx swivel 23.52

the tilt angle instead derives from the number calculated cutter and cutter number used:

example : spiral left
cutter number calculated 7
cutter used 12
tilt angle 0.50'
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example : spiral left
cutter number calculated 7
cutter used 2
tilt angle 359.10'
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you must be careful!!!! I have spoken above of spiral left and right,
these rules should be applied to both pinion
that in gear !!
I was wrong people?
regard tom


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