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Posted by: yigitozkan

11/25/2009, 15:22:17

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hi,i am trying to design a limited slip differential for my thesis.i need to design a bevel gear.but it wont be a standart gear so i cant import from toolbox or create by using geartrax.i designed the body but couldnt cut the teeth.please show me how to do this.thanks a lot.

my designs and teeth data:

http://hotfile.com/dl/18621144/48effa2/disli.rar.html








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Posted by: ktreich

11/27/2009, 14:31:42

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Hello,

At a glance, there appears to be some data missing from the tooth definition provided. The way I have created gears is by defining the tooth profile and tool path, then creating a circular pattern of the resulting cut. You probably know this.

I could create one from your data but would need more accurate information or complete the spiral calculations myself. If it is just making the model you are looking for, I might be able to send your part back with an approximation based on what you have given. Showing how would be easier than explaining for me.








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Posted by: yigitozkan

11/28/2009, 09:59:07

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thanks for your answer.i can send you the autocad drawings of the gears.these datas were taken from autocad drawings but there is nothing more.if you have autocad2010 you r able to open the drawing(i created 2004format in case of not having 2010).i also created a gear by measuring on autocad but i dont think it's a good way to create parts. i created that by creating a sketch and using cut-loft.thanks a lot.

ps: correct dimensions are important because these will be my graduation thesis and i'll make an analysis for this differential for different road conditions so gear reaction forces will be significant for the analysis.this makes the gear profiles important.

link for files:
http://hotfile.com/dl/18891810/a0501d1/gear.rar.html







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Posted by: Kelly Bramble

11/25/2009, 15:29:16

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The link you gave requires a payment to view the file.

I doubt many Engineers Edge forum contributors are going to pay to give you free advice.

Post the file here -








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Posted by: yigitozkan

11/25/2009, 15:37:53

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there is no need to pay. if you click on "Regular Download" and wait for nearly 1 min. you can download it freely.I couldnt upload the files here because of attachment size limit. ( limited to 120kb but my files are 600kb.)thanks







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Posted by: yigitozkan

11/26/2009, 12:27:43

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anyone helps? i really need help







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