Virgilio Schirru was trained as a mechanical engineer at the University of Cagliari in Italy and at the Glasgow University of Scotland. After working for M.g. Mini Gears S.p.a. in their sintering and cut steel department for cylindrical and bevel gears, Schirru joined KISSsoft AG as a support/development engineer. (Bio last updated 2015-06-01 Contact Randy Stott, Managing Editor, with changes.)
Articles by Virgilio Schirru
- An Approach to Pairing Bevel Gears from Conventional Cutting Machine with Gears Produced on 5-Axis Milling Machine (June 2015)
Developed here is a new method to automatically find the optimal topological modification from the predetermined measurement grid points for bevel gears. Employing this method enables the duplication of any flank form of a bevel gear given by the measurement points and the creation of a 3-D model for CAM machining in a very short time. This method not only allows the user to model existing flank forms into 3-D models, but also can be applied for various other purposes, such as compensating for hardening distortions and manufacturing deviations which are very important issues but not yet solved in the practical milling process.