Rack and Pinion Machining Service
A rack and pinion is a special type of gear with teeth distributed on a bar. The rack and pinion are also divided into straight and helical gears, which are paired with straight and helical cylindrical gears respectively; the tooth profile of the rack is straight rather than involute (flat for the tooth surface), which is equivalent to an infinite radius of indexing circle cylindrical gear. Gear and rack transmission products, widely used in CNC machine tools, robot seventh axis, gearbox, aerospace, laser cutting machine, servo displacement mechanism, automation workshop, and other fields.
|Rack and Pinion Machining Service|
|Sample Time:||3-10 days|
|Supply Ability:||100000 pcs / month|
|Payment:||T/T, L/C, or others|
Hobbing is a machining process for cutting gear features on both metal and non-metal parts. The gear teeth (or splines) are progressively cut into a cylindrical piece of material by a series of cuts made by a cutting tool called a hob. Hobbing allows you to achieve various gear shapes and sizes such as spur gears, worm gears, and bevel gears. Although gear hobbing can be used for prototyping small quantities, this process is best suited for higher volume production.
Benoy provides standard gear parts wholesale, at the same time, we are also equipped with advanced CNC hobbing machines, a variety of hobbing tools, and can complete a variety of non-standard spur gear custom processing required by customers.
The CNC gear hobbing tools we provide include but are not limited to the following:
|Custom CNC Hobbing Service|
|Quotation||According to your drawing (size, material, and required technology, etc.)|
|Materials||Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Stainless Steel, Steel, Iron, Alloy, Titanium, etc.|
|Surface Treatment||Anodizing, Brushing, Galvanized, laser engraving, Silk printing, polishing, Powder coating, etc.|
|Tolerance||+/- 0.005mm-0.02mm, 100% QC quality inspection before delivery, can provide quality inspection form|
|Processing||CNC Turning, Milling, Hobbing, Polishing, Bushing, Surface Treatment, etc.|
|Drawing Formats||Solid Works, Pro/Engineer, UG, AutoCAD (DXF, DWG), PDF, TIF, etc.|