Bevel gear calculation formula pdf

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Note: All calculations are prepared in mm and imperial units, particularly for ANSI, ISO, DIN, BS, JIS and ČSN standards. The horizontal bevel is has 22 teeth of 14 DP and a PCD of 1. The verical Bevel is 24 teeth with 14 DP and a PCD of 1. Each gears has been set out and drawn as per the text and blanks have been machined ready for cutting teeth. I have a dividing plate with both 22 and 24 holes so the basic cut should not be a problem. 106 however for establishing the amount of offset required.

I cannot use it for my 24 tooth gear. When I punch in SIN 85 and SIN 95 on my calculator they both give the same answer of 0. Any clarification of the above would be much appreciated. I am no expert in gears but.

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Yes sin 85 does equal sin 95. 1 there is an error in Ivan’s book. 2 Ivan’s cone angle is HALF the included angle so, assuming your bevels are at 90 degrees the angles are 42. I have made asymmetrical bevels using Ivan’s method and they worked! I do have an excel spreadsheet that calculates all the various parameters.

It was on line but the webspace got shut. I’ll dig it out and post it here somewhere. No files folder on the site? I have used Steve spread sheet and it is easy to use and the gears I made worked very well. Many thanks to all you guys who have responded to my query. I have been looking again at the formula for establishing the movement off the cutter in conjunction with the rotary movemet of the bevel being cut. Can anybody tell me the logic to this formula and how it is derived?