19.11.2014 - 22.11.2014 EMAF 2014 | Porto, Portugal
The TYROLIT Group has successfully operated as an independent provider of integrated solutions in the transmission industry for over 25 years. The machining of gears poses particularly complex challenges in terms of the quality of the tools used.
The existing TYROLIT range includes products for gear grinding and honing, as well as the associated dressing tools. Tools are also available for external cylindrical grinding and plunge grinding.
The high-quality assortment is to be expanded to include innovative grinding tools from BURKA-KOSMOS. This company is the world market leader in the grinding of large gears and became part of the TYROLIT Group in 2012.
The TYROLIT Grinding Competence Centre has been established in Neuenrade, Germany. TYROLIT customers worldwide can expect efficient and professional support from this particular organisation.
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The demands placed on transmissions and their components in the automotive industry are increasing all the time. Lower noise emissions, greater running smoothness, longer service life and higher torques, as well as reduced dimensions and weights are some of the main challenges here. In order to meet these requirements it is increasingly necessary to subject gears to hard finishing after hardening.
The hard finishing process is of critical importance for the realisation of an optimum tooth geometry and surface quality. Gear grinding and gear honing are now among the most important machining processes.
The demands placed on the transmission elements and components for gears used in wind turbines and for special gears are increasing all the time. Lower noise emissions, greater running smoothness, longer service life and higher torques are becoming more and more important as part of fundamental quality improvements. Design dimensions and weights also have to be optimised. In order to realise these requirements it is increasingly necessary to subject the gears to hard finishing after hardening.