• CVT Pulley
  • Rotor shaft (electric motor)
  • Articulated cage
  • Blisk
  • Brake disc
  • Cam
  • Composite camshaft (joining)
  • Crankshaft (automobile)
  • Crankshaft (for small engines)
  • CV Joints
  • Dies
  • Differential pinion
  • Differential housing
  • Distributor flange
  • Feed screw
  • Flange
  • Gear
  • Gear shaft
  • Gear shaft (joining)
  • Gear shaft (laser welding)
  • Gear with synchronising wheel
  • Hobbing gears
  • Injector body
  • Outer Race
  • Master brake cylinder
  • Piston
  • Pump ring
  • Railway wheel
  • Roll ring
  • Worm Gear
  • Sprocket
  • Sprocket (Manufacturing System)
  • Steering pinions
  • Triple-sector clutch
  • Armature shaft
  • Input shaft
  • Balance shaft
  • Hydraulic Valve
  • Camshaft
  • Shifter Shaft
  • Wheel Hub
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Gear

Complete-machining of Gears

The machining process for gears utilizes machines of the VL platform, with four key operations carried out sequentially. Turning the first side and second side of the gear (OP 10 and OP 20) is done on VL 2 machines. A VLC 200 H then carries out the gear cutting process (OP 30) using a milling hob, with the concluding chamfering operation (OP 40) carried out on a VLC 100 C. The use of two different control systems (Fanuc on the VL and Siemens on the VLC) in one manufacturing system exemplifies the possibilities offered by combing different machines.

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Gear manufacturing: short machining times – exceptional output rates

Demands on the manufacture of transmission components continues to increase. Modern gearboxes are becoming smaller while the number of speed-gears increases, leading to a general increase in the quantity of all gears and toothed components required. It follows that these components must be produced at the highest precision and that calls for an ever increasing number of processes. Ideally, all of these processes should also be highly flexible, with a large variety of transmission components – such as shafts, gears, planetary gears and plate carriers – frequently being manufactured at the same site.

The technologies which successfully fulfil these demands have been developed by the gearing specialists from EMAG. With innovative machine designs they have expedited developments in the production of transmission systems.

Here are just a few examples:

  • The VL 2 Vertical Pick-Up Turning Machine for the fast and precise machining of gears: turning for the first and second side of the component
  • The VLC 200 H Vertical Hobbing Machine for the fast hobbing and deburring of gears
  • The VLC 100 C Vertical Chamfering Machine
  • The ELC 160 Laser-Welding Machine for the joining of synchronising ring and transmission gear
  • The Eldec Mind machine for the inductive hardening of gears

 

Advantages

  • The advantages of VL- / VT manufacturing systems in the machining of gears
  • Tailor-made automation solutions for every application
  • Efficient workpiece flow, with short travels and short idle times
  • Modular manufacturing concept that can be expanded and adapted at anytime
  • Simple to operate manufacturing system that offers short resetting and maintenance times
  • Integrated development and construction from a single source – from machine to process and automation

Complete-machining of gears

Gears are machined in 4 setups using machines of the VL platform

Manufacture of gears for the automotive industry and its sub-suppliers

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