Chamfer Cut – Reproducible chamfering process for front edges of transmission components
One thing that all chamfering processes have in common is that the front edges of gears, e.g. in transmission components, must be machined both evenly and with high repeatability. The Chamfer Cut procedure in particular has been established as a chamfering technology that allows the machining of transmission components without residual burrs and bulging. The Chamfer Cut process allows optimum chamfering all the way down to the tooth base. Precise tooth base chamfering may be challenging with other types of chamfering processes, however EMAG’s even allows adjustments in chamfer corrections without a problem.
Chamfer Cut can be used immediately after gear hobbing, e.g. on the VL 4 H vertical hobbing machine, in the same clamping operation. To do this, the CHAMFER CUT tool is mounted on the hob arbor of the cutter in addition to the hob. Chamfer Cut can equally be used on the chamfering and deburring machine VLC 100 CC, e.g. for line production in combination with other EMAG modular machines.