EMO Hannover 2019,
16 - 21 September
Power Skiving is a productive gear machining process with a specific cutting edge that combines the productivity of gear hobbing with the geometric flexibility of gear shaping. It is particularly suitable for internal toothing and for external toothed workpieces with interfering contours. At present, there is still little empirical knowledge available on the design of Power Skiving processes, as the process has only recently become available on the market. The design process can be supported by the use of a mathematical process model and user software. The process model for the SkiveAll software was developed at Fraunhofer IWU. It contains algorithms for the design of Power Skiving processes - from workpiece definition and kinematic design to the calculation of tool geometry and process analysis functions. The software has a modular structure; the central component is the design module.
Process and tool development
- Software-supported technology design: Calculation software SkiveAll
- Monitored, adaptive roller peeling process:
Online process ...
The deviation of the tool path during machining has so far been a major challenge for the user: it significantly influences the quality of the final workpiece, but ...