The general theory of information technology software design hobs

Given the nature of the process of hobbing developed a general theory of information technology software design hobs, which is the basis for creating a new level of CAD this tool. Creation of CAD based on it will allow the design stage hobs by determining the effect of process parameters and design parameters of gear milling tool accuracy and performance gear cutters to predict not only the accuracy of the wheels with less of their production, and to develop new and more progressive design hobs.

This development is based on the theory of spatial shaping hobs and includes the development of methods for the design of hobs increased accuracy, the theory of the geometry of the cutting tool in the coordinate system of coordinates and the general theory of the cutting load. Ways of improving the accuracy of profiling milling due to the choice of rational corner of the source and form a loop by dividing the original image outline. Reviewed and investigated ways to improve precision by standard milling geometrically accurate surface forming the front and rear surface of the relief side of the cutter tooth. Development of methods for designing high accuracy milling can improve the accuracy of gears to decrease manufacturing costs, as the new designs of cutters and existing. The theory of the geometric parameters of the tool along the cutting edges in the course of its work, along with the theory of downloads will identify the most unfavorable areas of the cutting edge in terms of geometry and loading when cutting gears and the basis of their analysis to develop a tool for enhancing stability and ensuring increased productivity of manufacturing wheels.

The main provisions of the theory have been tested to develop new more advanced tool design and development of new ways to cut gears, which has been patented and have been pilot-tested. Also, provisions have been developed on the theory of "Motor Sich" as part of the contractual works.

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