|Gustav Thiesen||17/02/2017 14:58:53|
|14 forum posts|
Many thanks to Chris Robinson!
In February 2016 i asked in this place for background informations about a gear train capable to produce prime number gears.
At http://www.lathes.co.uk/ i found a version, which was equipped with a differential gearbox helping to produce prime number gears. The first answers didn't help. So i decided to make a copy of the jacobs
But in my mind a wish list with two features was still opened:
1. Creation of a planetary gear in the form of a bevel gear differential.
As far as part 2 is concerned, I am not yet surely determined, since another way by making a connection with one of my dividing attachments with my Milling machine in the sense of a spiral milling device would also be an acceptable way.
The implementation of Part 1, however was difficult to understand, in particular the mathematical
For the bevel gear differential, 4 identical bevel gears were used according to the method of Ivan Law
Thus a more stable gear set-up had to be achieved.
On youtube you can see the machine hobbing a 127 teeth gear.
Edited By JasonB on 17/02/2017 15:03:14
|Gustav Thiesen||17/02/2017 15:07:09|
|14 forum posts|
Excuse me, I'm not used to the conditions of the forum. Some text has disappered.
I must say that the first version of the machine with two shears was instable, because the work was done only with the help of my hands to keep the shears calm.
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