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13 October 2008 Research on a measurement principle of the double-flank gear rolling test with many degrees of freedom for fast inspection
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Radial composite deviations can be assessed by the traditional double-flank gear rolling tester, but it is hard to obtain tangential deviations (helix, taper, etc.) of the produced gear. To solve this problem, a measuring principle of the double-flank gear rolling test with many degrees of freedom was investigated in order to inspect radial composite deviations and tangential deviations during one inspection. This paper presents the measuring model, the definition of the deviations and the evaluation method, including the radial composite helical slope deviation and the radial composite helical taper deviation. An In-line Gear Measuring Machine (GMM) was developed based on this measuring principle to meet the demand of high-speed inspections in mass-production gear workshops.
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Zhao-yao Shi and Jie Tang "Research on a measurement principle of the double-flank gear rolling test with many degrees of freedom for fast inspection", Proc. SPIE 7127, Seventh International Symposium on Instrumentation and Control Technology: Sensors and Instruments, Computer Simulation, and Artificial Intelligence, 71271C (13 October 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.806349
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