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Method for High Accuracy Cutting Blade Inspection

The article "Method for High Accuracy Cutting Blade Inspection" appeared in the June 2019 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Inspection of the cutting blades is an important step in the bevel gear manufacture. The proper blade geometry ensures that the desired gear tooth form can be achieved. The accuracy of the process can be compromised when the blade profile consists of several small sections such as protuberance, main profile, top relief and edge radius. Another common obstacle - are outliers which can be caused by dust particles, surface roughness and also floor vibrations during the data acquisition. This paper proposes the methods to improve the robustness of the inspection process in such cases.

Keywords
bevel gears, blade inspection, cutting tool inspection, Gleason

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