Continuous generating grinding—Tooth root machining and use of CBN-tools
|Autoren:||Köhler, J., Schindler, A., Woiwode, S.:|
|Veröffentlichung:||CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology (2012), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cirp.2012.03.033, 4 Seiten.|
Profile accuracy, no burning and residual compressive stresses at the tooth root fillet are required for the durability of highly stressed gears. This paper reveals the challenges for continuous generating grinding with corundum and CBN. For this purpose, material removal simulations and experimental investigations were carried out to gain knowledge of the tool–workpiece contact conditions. The potential of CBN tools was analysed due to the fact that the mechanical loads at the grinding worm tip result in high profile wear of the corundum tools. In this context, especially the interrelationship between the dressing strategy and the workpiece quality was investigated in detail.