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Dynamic production solutions and measurement techniques to help gear manufacturers optimise processes for complex parts to a consistently high standard with traceable and reliable results.

Non-Contact Measurement of Splined Shafts

The industrial revolution brought with it the requirement to transmit power from a central location to individual machines via shafts and belts. While this problem was initially solved with the introduction of single-tooth keys and keyways, the move away from chain drives and axles to gearboxes and driveshafts called for a more elegant solution – the spline assembly. Whether involute splines or serrated splines, this innovation now comes in a variety of forms that have a key characteristic in common – complexity that demands high accuracy metrology to ensure quality.


“톱니 하나까지 완벽하게” 역설계로 제작한 체인 기어

자전거 스프로킷(체인 기어)은 근력을 운동 속도로 전환해 주는 정밀한 도구입니다. 역설계 공정을 통해 완벽한 모양과 기능으로 탄생한 기어 카세트는 자전거 주행의 필수 부품입니다.  

초경 인서트가 있는 호브의 신속한 측정 및 리포트출력

초경 인서트가 있는 호브는 최상의 결과를 얻기 위해 매우 높은 정밀도로 가공되어야 합니다. 이제 이 제품의 검사는 Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence의 QUINDOS 측정 소프트웨어 ‘Tangential Hob’ 옵션을 이용하여 쉽게 완료할 수 있습니다. 파라미터화 된 소프트웨어는 측정이 용이하도록 각 호브에 적합한 측정 프로그램을 생성합니다. 기존의 수동 측정으로 인해 소요된 시간을 1/10로 줄일 수 있으며, 고객이 측정 레포트에 필요한 요건들을 모두 수행 할 수 있습니다. 

Non-Contact Measurement of Gear Racks

A gear rack is part of an assembly for converting rotational motion into linear motion. Typical applications are steering racks in cars and trucks as well as machine tool drives, transport systems, etc. The serial production of high-performance steering components like gear racks requires a fast and precise metrological solution to control the production process reliably. 

Precision Measurement of Automotive Transmission Components

Automotive manufacturers are challenged to produce more components, faster, without compromising accuracy. 

Non-Contact Measurement of Synchro Rings and Shift Collars

Automotive gearbox technology made a significant step forward with the introduction of the “synchromesh gearbox” developed by Earl Thompson in the United States in 1928. The name synchromesh describes the function of synchronising the gears before meshing to enable a quiet, efficient and easy to use gear change.