I’ll re-machine the gear component and install the reduction gearbox rotor shaft’s helical tooth end. These two tooth components, which roll together to function for a long period, are worn out. is that I will process the front gear here using C50 steel. You can refer to the previous video for instructions on how to arrange the sprocket to run the helical teeth. Here, the pressure angle is 20 degrees of twist to the right, so I will tilt the handover to the left and deduct 1.47 degrees from the roller knife’s angle.
For instance, if we already know that the diameter is 70.5 and the modulus is 1.5, we can calculate the number of standard teeth by taking 70.5: 1.5, and -2, which is 45. This yields the standard number of 45, which is used to compute the number of teeth needed to calculate the diameter. I’ll multiply the number of teeth by 1.5 times (45 + 2).
Since the resulting modulus is 70.5, the standard diameter for the module’s 45 teeth in position 1 will be 70.5, just like it is for fish in other modules. The same can be calculated by me as well. I’ll carry out the rotor shaft replacement now using C50. I will cut the point to join on the rotor shaft after turning an M10 thread step and tightening it to weld.
I’ll use the M10 thread to fill and make a negative step, after which I’ll bevel the welding point. There will be a distinct ᴍᴇᴛʜod used in each location. There will probably be suggestions that you push the shaft to be replaced, but I believe that the connection as it is now is still crucial, still quick, and less likely to fail at the junction. I’ll continue to convert the shaft to its original proportions when conventional heat treatment will increase durability after welding at the top of the teeth. You should take note that the two ends of the teeth are twisted together as I now produce helical teeth for the head of the rotor shaft.
Before the gear component was tilted, the two pressure angles will be opposing, with one side tilting to the right and the other to the left. Okay, so now it’s time to tilt the rotor shaft to the left. I will therefore raise the knife to the right. Additionally, I’d like to repeat the Dao team. I must modify the knife tilt to the left, deduct the knife degree, and generate the left pressure angle if we want to make the proper angle of pressure.
Then tilt the knife to the right And add the knife degree and install a differential ah. Yes, so I have finished rolling the tooth because I let The tooth tip length is longer to make it easier to process. So now I will proceed to cut the excess. Ok so I have processed and heat treated the gear part and the Roto shaft end has been heating treated.
Let’s see the process of Re-implanting the Helical gear shaft head and gear machining of the reducer motor in the ᴀᴡᴇsome video below.
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