Calculation of Face Gears
GWJ Technology announces the development of a new calculation module for face gears
In order to meet the growing demand for the calculation of face gears, also known as crown gears, GWJ Technology, a calculation specialist from Braunschweig, Germany, today announced the development of a new calculation module for angular gear systems.
The first version of the new module will calculate the geometry and strength of face gears in combination with a cylindrical gear and with a shaft angle of 90°. The module will be available in autumn 2016 as an extension to GWJ´s standard software solutions eAssistant and TBK 2014. The module will be also available in the special gearing software GearEngineer including the possibility of a tooth contact analysis to simulate the tooth contact pattern of face gears.
For further information, please contact GWJ by phone +49 (0) 531 / 29 399-0 or email email@example.com.
GWJ Technology GmbH
Focusing on mechanical engineering, GWJ Technology, a leading engineering company with its headquarter in Braunschweig, Germany, stands for high quality products and innovative software development. With keen insight, high energy and an enthusiastic team of engineers, we put our utmost efforts, skills, knowledge and passion into our work to achieve top quality products. Our portfolio includes the development of standard calculation software for machine elements, such as shafts, rolling bearings, cylindrical gears, bevel gears, etc. To increase the efficiency in the design process and to combine calculation and CAD, we provide CAD plugins for various 3D CAD systems. Our software solutions are designed with a sleek user interface, making it easier than ever to design or re-calculate machine elements. Additionally, we have geared our company to offer a special software application for the determination of real 3D tooth form geometries of complex gears. The tooth form is the basis for a 3D model to manufacture gears in conjunction with multi-axis machining centers. The software opens completely new possibilities for engineering.