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Unknow profile shift coefficient

Unknow profile shift coefficient

Unknow profile shift coefficient

hi to all
i have a question
i have an unknow gear: note number of teeth, int and ext diameter and module i need to know the shift coefficient

any ideas? i try but i dont't know any formula ..

thank you very much. Lucia

RE: Unknow profile shift coefficient


best bet would be to have a gear shop reverse engineer for a cost. the have unknown gear program that will make short work of it.
profile shift or any thing else, also there are cheap gear programs, very reasonable

RE: Unknow profile shift coefficient

Thank you for the reply but i would try to calculate the shift coefficient using a formula
Using a math formula with excell for example
Someone knew how to calculate? Thank you

RE: Unknow profile shift coefficient

Hi Lucia, first what makes you think there is a shift Coeficient, secondly why can't they be standard gears.

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