Abstract

Milling involute tooth surface with universal cutting tool overcomes the difficult problem of customizing tool for nonstandard gear machining. It is difficult for gear manufacturers to gain an advantage in market competition because of the long cycle of customized cutting tools. In this paper, the milling path of involute tooth surface by a general cutting tool is studied, and how to obtain the uniform surface roughness of involute tooth surface and the cutting path scheme of cutting tool is discussed. The key point of this paper is to put forward the scheme of tool path in the milling process. The end profile of involute gear is modeled by an analytic method, and the equidistant contour of the profile of involute gear is established by using the principle of normal deviation, which provides an accurate position point for the cutting tool.

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