Dr. Marco Kampka
Dr. Marco Kampka has over five years of research and development experience in gear and transmission technology at the WZL Laboratory at the Technical University of Aachen, one of the worldâ€™s leading institutes for transmission technology. His main focus is in gear manufacturing processes, design, simulation and testing. In 2017 he joined Fraunhofer CMI to lead the newly founded gear and transmission technology group. The group provides consulting services and undertakes research projects for the gear industry. It also provides short courses aimed at educating engineers about all facets of gear and transmission technologies. Dr. Kampka received his German diploma and his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany. (Bio last updated 2018-02-08 Contact Randy Stott, Managing Editor, with changes.)
Articles by Marco Kampka
- Process Model for Honing Larger Gears (November/December 2015)
Hard finishing technology, e.g. â€” honing â€” is used to manufacture high-performance gears. Gear honing is primarily used to hard finish small- and medium-sized automotive gears. And yet trials have shown that gears with a module larger than mn = 4 mm can also be honed efficiently, but problems often occur due to unstable process design. In this paper a model to improve the process design is described.