Aachen Forum on Gear Production

                Gear Finishing Technology and Quality Inspection

09th-10th November 2021 | Digital

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Aachen Forum on Gear Production

Although gears have been indispensable components in various sectors such as mechanical engineering, automotive engineering and industrial gear manufacturing for many decades, increasing requirements and current market developments are constantly presenting the transmission technology industries with new challenges. In modern gear transmissions, competition, besides the price, is determined by load-carrying capacity, operational reliability and noise excitation behavior. In the automotive industry in particular, reliable transmissions with high power density, low weight and minimal noise emissions are required. The current trend towards e-mobility, as well as general ecological and economical challenges to improve resource efficiency, lead to increased demands on gear quality and surface finish. In this context, the finishing and quality inspection of gears take on central roles. As the finishing of gears has a significant influence on their operational behavior, the reliability of the processes must be continuously ensured with regard to a high quality of the work result.

At this year’s Aachen Forum on Gear Production, which is organized hand in hand by the WZL of RWTH Aachen University and the Research Association Transmission Technology (FVA), the focus will therefore be on finishing processes and quality inspection of gears.

The spectrum of topics ranges from process and tool design in line with requirements to the manufacturing of individual gear geometries and measures for continuous quality assurance. Aspects of modern finishing processes for the generation of high fine surfaces, quality inspection during production, and the economic efficiency of production and application will be presented.

The objective of the Aachen Forum on Gear Production is an exchange of knowledge and experience between engineers who are employed or have responsibility in the design, development, production, assembly, and application of gear drives. The individual technical presentations will feature both manufacturers of machines and tools as well as users who will report on their own practical experience. In addition, there will be interesting presentations by research experts.

We look forward to welcoming you digitally!

Forum Leadership

09.00 a.m. Welcome and Introduction of the Cooperation
Prof. Dr. Thomas Bergs, WZL RWTH Aachen University
Prof. Dr. Christian Brecher, WZL RWTH Aachen University
Norbert Haefke, FVA GmbH
Christian Kunze, FVA e.V.
09.30 a.m. Functional and Environmental Traceability of Process Chains: A Data- and Model-Based Approach
Prof. Dr. Thomas Bergs, WZL der RWTH Aachen University
10.15 a.m. Break
Challenges in Gear Hard Finishing
10.30 a.m. Implementing Superfinishing of Heavy Vehicle Transmission Gears in Serial Production
Harald Nyberg, Scania CV AB
11.00 a.m. Potentials and Challenges of Profile Gear Grinding with vitrified bonded cBN
Babette Schalley, WZL RWTH Aachen University
11.30 a.m. Environmentally compatible and economically profitable use of process fluids in gear production
Glen May, Quaker Houghton
12.00 p.m. Break
Process Control & Digitalization
01.00 p.m. Zero-Defect Strategy by Networking in the Supply Chain of the Gear Production
Dr. Herman Yakaria, ZF Friedrichshafen AG
01.30 p.m. 100% Inspection in Mass Production of Cylindrical Gears
Dr. Florian Scheffler, KLINGELNBERG GmbH
02.00 p.m. Break
02.15 p.m. Gear Honing: New Possibilities to Implement Quality Control with Traceability during the Machining Process with the help of Digitization
Jörg Schieke, PRÄWEMA Antriebstechnik GmbH
02.45 p.m. Hard Finishing Cell with In-Process Gear Inspection for e-drive gears
Dr. Antoine Türich, Gleason Corporation
Klaus Deininger, Gleason Corporation
03.15 p.m. Outlook Day 2
03.30 p.m. Digital Visitation of WZL Laboratory

 

Quality Control & Measuring Technology
09.00 a.m. Extended Gear Analyses in Serial Production of E-Drive Gears
Elias Häggström, LEAX Group AB
09.30 a.m. Electric Drive Trains in the Automotive Environment: Impact on Metrology Tasks
Dr. Andreas Lange, Mahr GmbH
10.00 a.m. Break
10.15 a.m.

Autonomous Visual Inspection of Gears

Marcus Nilsson, Gimic AB

10.45 a.m.

Design and Evaluation of a Function-Oriented Tooth Flank Roughness

Martin Lang, WZL RWTH Aachen University

11.15 a.m. Break
Grinding Tool Technology
12.15 p.m. The Shape of Gears to Come: Trends, Challenges and Solutions in Gear Grinding
Jost Riedel, Krebs & Riedel Schleifscheibenfabrik GmbH & Co.KG
12.45 p.m. Analysis of Varied Grinding Wheel Specifications to Optimize Performance of Internal Generating Gear Grinding
Kohei Fujii, Nidec Machine Tool Corp.
01.15 p.m. Advanced Gear Grinding Solutions for Current Challenges
Dr. Mirko Theuer, Hermes Schleifmittel GmbH
02.00 p.m. Final Discussion

 

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