involute spline

involute spline

[¦in·və¦lüt ′splīn]
(design engineering)
A spline having the same general form as involute gear teeth, except that the teeth are one-half the depth and the pressure angle is 30°.
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This one is mounted on tool slider, which can execute in the same time the feed and rotation movement, due to universal joint and involute spline joints.
One part required 27 involute splines (30 index), 11 diametral pitch, 30 deg pressure angle, 2.
The process is rapidly becoming a viable alternative to gear hobbing in producing external spur gears, involute splines, and other special and interrupted tooth configurations because of the speed and tooth-finish that is possible.
Because the external helical teeth and straight involute splines are molded in, the secondary operations required are deburring and minor machining.
That dictated the use of involute splines to optimize the tiny surfaces of the gear and spline teeth.
Tenders are invited for Broaching Tool Involute Splines Class A2-B1 Pitch X Numberof Teeth 16 X 17,Pich Circ Le Dia 26.
Polygon shaft-to-hub connections can transmit twice the torque of involute splines in the same shaft diameter, due to the elimination of stress concentration risers.