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Tolerance Stack Up Simulation Now Includes Gear Modeling for Predicting Misalignment, Non-Conformance, and Risk Factors That Impact Performance and Durability

by Benjamin Reese, on Sep 10, 2020 11:40:12 AM

Tolerance Stack Up Simulation Now Includes Gear Modeling for Predicting Misalignment, Non-Conformance, and Risk Factors That Impact Performance and Durability

Dimensional Control Systems is hosting a webinar to demonstrate gear modeling and analysis in 3DCS tolerance analysis software to predict dimensional variation in gear assemblies and their impact on gear performance and longevity.

Troy, Michigan – Dimensional Control Systems (DCS) is hosting a webinar to demonstrate how to simulate gear assemblies in 3D tolerance analysis software. This event will be presented by guest Tom Oetjens, CAE Integrations Inc., who brings his more than 40 years of experience developing proof of concept models for a variety of clients in CAE applications. The webinar, aptly named ‘New Gear Simulation Modeling’ will be hosted on Thursday, September 24th, 2020 at 11 am EST via Gotowebinar.

Gears need to work together, and identifying and fixing the root cause of misalignment before production begins is critical. Even the slightest misalignment can reduce performance, leading to lengthy delays spent identifying and fixing the issue and often involving high-cost corrective actions.

September Webinar - Gear Modeling

The focus of this event is to show both fine and coarse studies on a gear assembly, demonstrating the inputs and outputs and how they can be leveraged for reducing the risk of misalignments while minimizing variation through design iteration. This includes the analysis of tooth contact and complex gear mechanism dynamics with high accuracy, as well as how to fix issues with adjustments in bearings, shims, and pinion nut adjustment. This process provides the flexibility to make small adjustments in design that create a gear structure with minimal problems.

The use of 3DCS software can be used to assess gear backlash and mounting misalignment, perform angular backlash analysis, and create both flank test displays, and contact patterns. Using this solution integrated into the CAD platform allows for analysis of:

  • Backlash and system backlash.
  • Line of action contact.
  • Center mounting distance.
  • Mounting angles.
  • Contact pressure angles.
  • Flank contact area.
  • Radial tooth interface.
  • Radial tooth gap.

The 3D model utilizes multiple measures and analytics that compare the variation tolerances of each component and the way the finished gear mechanism works with each of these variations — individually, as they are produced, compiling the results into statistical outputs, correlated sensitivity data for identifying contributors, and risks assessments.

To learn more about this event, go to https://blog.3dcs.com/gear-modeling-tolerance-stack-up-simulations or join the free webinar on September 24th, 2020 to see the analysis by registering at https://mkt.3dcs.com/gear-modeling-webinar-registration-2020.

About DCS

DCS is a software developer providing tolerance analysis and quality SPC solutions to the automotive, aerospace, medical device, electronics, and energy industries. With more than 20 years’ experience, DCS has grown to include clients from every region of the globe including companies like Airbus, BMW, GM, LG, Jaguar Land Rover, Phillips, Sony, Textron Aviation, and Volkswagen. As a quality solution provider, DCS prides itself on providing clients with not just software, but services, staffing, and dedicated support to guarantee the success of their quality initiatives.

To learn more about DCS and its products, visit 3dcs.com.  

Topics:CATIA3DCSTolerance AnalysisFEACATIA V6WebinarSiemens NX3DCS CreoPTC CreoPress ReleaseSOLIDWORKSGD&T

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