hobbing machine


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hobbing machine

[′häb·iŋ mə‚shēn]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine for cutting gear teeth in gear blanks or for cutting worm, spur, or helical gears. Also known as hobber.
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The teething operation was performed on a classic hobbing machine. Because a modified path for the hob is not possible, a special hob, with modified geometry was used (fig2.).
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