Plain Practical Directions for Drawing, Sizing and Cutting Bevel-gears: Shewing how the Teeth May be Cut in a Plain Milling Machine Or Gear Cutter So as to Give Them a Correct Shape from End to End ; and Shewing how to Get Out All Particulars for the Workshop Without Making Any Drawings, Including a Full Set of Tables of Reference
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35 rack adjust angle wanted average centres circle Average Front Cone axis Back Angle back cone radius big end circular arcs Circular Pitch Cone Radius Average conventional number conventional pitch circle Corrective Angle Cut all round cutter curve cutter just touches cutting bevel wheels cycloidal depth of tooth diam Diametral Pitch edge elevating head equal to Circular equal to DJ Face Angle flank angle Flank Cutter Front Cone Radius gear cutter give the chord I.OOOI inside the pitch Large Front Cone Length of Face MACHINE OR GEAR mating wheel micrometer milling cutter NATURAL COSECANTS NEWALL number of teeth over-all diameter PAIR OF BEVEL pitch angle PITCH DIAMETER pitch line pitch required PLAIN MILLING MACHINE plate radial flanks Radius of average radius of curvature root angle Second Cutting Angle Set the cutter slide rest STANDARD FACE CUTTERS Tables XI tabular figures teeth in wheel Thickness of Tooth Tooth at Pitch Whole depth