Current Developments in Pre-Gearing
Wednesday, November 4 to Thursday, November 5, 2020
The profitability of today's gear manufacturing is significantly influenced by the productivity of the individual manufacturing technologies. The pursuit of lower unit costs means that manufacturing processes must be brought ever closer to the limits of their performance or new, more productive methods must be applied. The introduction of high-speed gear hobbing in dry cutting represents an important step in this direction. However, it has been shown that economical and process-reliable dry machining can only be guaranteed if the resulting requirements are known and measures for their implementation are consistently pursued.
In our seminar you will be introduced to current developments regarding the processes and strategies for pre-machining of gears as well as their possibilities and limitations. Experts from renowned companies in the fields of gear cutting machines, tools and drive technology will speak about their experiences, opinions and visions. The event concept focuses on contributions from industry, supplemented by basic research-oriented topics, and offers plenty of space for exchanging experiences and discussion.
Further information can be found on the event page.