Influence of Dressing Tool Specification on Dressing Tool Wear for Generating Gear Grinding


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One research objective for generating gear grinding is to increase economic efficiency and productivity of the process. Furthermore, the gear quality must be equal or higher compared to the non optimised process. In addition to the grinding process and the grinding tools, the dressing process can be suitable to lead to an increase of efficiency of generating gear grinding. Due to the variety of dressing tool specifications process users have the problem of selecting the best fitting dressing tool for their demands. Therefore, it is necessary to know the interactions of dressing tool specification and dressing tool wear. But the influence of the dressing tool specification onto dressing tool wear has yet not been sufficiently investigated for generating gear grinding.



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Jens P. Wulfsberg, Marc Fette, Tobias Montag




M. Ophey et al., "Influence of Dressing Tool Specification on Dressing Tool Wear for Generating Gear Grinding", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1140, pp. 228-235, 2016

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August 2016





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