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Archive > 1994 > May/June 1994 > Carbide Rehobbing A New Technology That Works!

The article "Carbide Rehobbing A New Technology That Works!" appeared in the May/June 1994 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Many people in the gear industry have heard of skiving, a process wherein solid carbide or inserted carbide blade hobs with 15 - 60 degrees of negative rake are used to recut gears to 62 Rc. The topic of this article is the use of neutral (zero) rake solid carbide hobs to remove heat treat distortion, achieving accuracies of AGMA 8 to AGMA 14, DIN 10-5 and improving surface finish on gears from 8 DP - 96 DP (.3 module - .26 m.).

Keywords
hobs, hobbing, rehobbing, carbide, skiving

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