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COMPUTER AIDED MACHINING OF SIMPLISTIC WORM WHEEL TEETH PROFILE

Creating a simplified worm wheel profile leads to approximating it through the use of sections. The worm gear notch created through approximation is inaccurate and does not ensure proper meshing. However, this method is commonly exploited because of economic reasons such as the use of universal milling machines and tools. In summary, machining worm wheel teeth with a simplified tooth profile is less complex thus less time consuming.

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Skoczylas, L., Wydrzyński, D., & Rębisz, Ł. (2016). Computer Aided Machining of simplistic worm wheel teeth profile. Applied Computer Science, 12(1), 67-74. 
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Skoczylas, Leszek, Dawid Wydrzyński, and Łukasz Rębisz. "Computer Aided Machining of Simplistic Worm Wheel Teeth Profile." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 1 (2016): 67-74.
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L. Skoczylas, D. Wydrzyński, and Ł. Rębisz, "Computer Aided Machining of simplistic worm wheel teeth profile," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 67-74, 2016.
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Skoczylas L, Wydrzyński D, Rębisz Ł. Computer Aided Machining of simplistic worm wheel teeth profile. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(1):67-74.​​