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Strange Module Size

Strange Module Size

Strange Module Size

Hello All,

I just came by a different module size as m:2.5/0.8. I already asked to my hob supplier and they told me it is same with regular m:2.5 which I was not convinced. Is there anybody here who knows this or can give me a tip to look further.


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RE: Strange Module Size

Unable to verify that unless the mating gear data is given.

RE: Strange Module Size


Here is the mating gear data.

RE: Strange Module Size

please extrapolate the data to USA format
what is the center distance
what # teeth , Mod, & pressure angle
what is the SOP or TIF diameter
what circular tooth thickness? measurement over or between wires?
wire diameter?
or span measurement and # of teeth of span
are these both external mesh? or internal with external pinion?

Thank You

RE: Strange Module Size

there are center distance calcs, with the above data to obtain tip diameters,

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