Dr.-Ing. Deniz Sari

Dr.-Ing. Deniz Sari in 2012 received his degree in mechanical engineering from the RWTH Aachen University. He began his career as a research engineer and a group leader of the Gear Manufacturing Group of Laboratory of Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University. In 2016 he earned his Doctorate — with a core emphasis on gear finish hobbing — in Mechanical Engineering (Dr.-Ing./Phd) from the RWTH Aachen University. Also in 2016 Sari began work as gear technology manager for Samputensili (Bentivoglio Italy) and its joint venture, Star SU. (Bio last updated 2017-07-01 Contact Randy Stott, Managing Editor, with changes.)

Articles by Deniz Sari

  • Surface Characteristics of Hobbed Gears (July 2017)
    Gear hobbing is one of the most productive manufacturing processes for cylindrical gears. The quality of the gears is a result of the tool quality, the precision of the workpiece, tool clamping and kinematics of the machine. The dry gear hobbing process allows machining of gears with a quality according to the DIN standard up to IT 5. To evaluate which gear quality is possible to machine with a given clamping and hob, it is useful to simulate the process in advance.