We’re talking power skiving, as opposed to any accusation relating to your work ethic which we are sure is admirable.
Power skiving is a ‘high productivity method to produce internal gears with a rotating tool.’
The interest in the method is increasing but how do you determine whether it is a viable solution for you to manufacture a part?
As luck would have it, this month’s edition of Gear Solutions provides the answer.
Whether or not to invest in a power skiving machine is subject to some key considerations.
This article by Nicklas Bylund Phd, presents ‘general guidelines and simple mathematics, including ways to calculate spindle speeds to assist manufacturing engineers and decision-makers in whether power skiving is the right solution for them...