CAD Solution to Determine Points from Chipping Tool Solid Model Cutting Edges

Ferenc Tolvaly-Roşca 1 , Márton Máté 1 , Zoltán Forgó 1 ,  and Judit Pásztor 1
  • 1 Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences Târgu Mureş, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Romania

Abstract

The Mixed CAD Generating Method, developed by the first author and presented in previous papers, is able to generate gear teeth gaps from a special points cloud. The generation method requires only a few specific points from the cutting edges of the generating tools. These points can be obtained in a first approach through a simple drawing of the cutting edges. The drawings can use either mathematical equations, or simply the construction and design principles of the cutting tools. In the case of multi-edge cutting tools of a higher level of complexity, or in case of the absence of the edge equations, there exists a simpler approach. It consists in building a solid model, or obtaining the solid model of the tools from the tool’s designer or manufacturer. In these cases, the generating points are downloaded from the solid model. This paper presents two possibilities of obtaining these points with usual CAD methods.

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