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Pinion shaft description

Pinion shaft description

(OP)
Hello , I am working on a flender dmgh 25,4 spare part list .
My back ground is french so , i am finding some difficult in reading the description of parts
I am trying to calculate the angle of helix but i need the modules ; ok let we take this description
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PINION SHAT DP 880 / 3,55 1,6587
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GEAR WHEEL RP 580 / 2,39 1,6587
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Can anyone explain to me , what does it mean all this numbers , i think 3,55 and 2,39 are tangentiel modules of those two gears,
i need further explanation , thank you in advance

RE: Pinion shaft description

Bonjour,

s'il vous plait, mettez toute la page avec les n.o de piece detachee en scan ici (attachment, voir en bas), peut-etre qu'on trouvera qch.

A plus tard.

Roland Heilmann
Lpz FRG

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