Size Range/Full Range
Solid carbide gear hobs can be used in shell or shank design to cut gears with or without coolant, and are available in shell style with keyway or end drives, and various shank designs to fit most hobbing machines.
Carbide hobs permit cutting speeds into the high- speed cutting (HSC) range, and significantly higher than those possible with high- speed steel hobs. The development of suitably rated hobbing machines enables the advantages of carbide hobs to be exploited in practical use.
Solid Carbide Gear Hob for Metal Cutting Features
1. High cutting speeds
2. Short maching times
3. A longer tool life than conventional HSS cutter
4. Time saving per piece for gear manufacture
5. High productivity
6. Machining precision
7. Improved working environment by employing dry cutting
8. Very suitability for dry machining
9. Lower gear generation costs
Solid Carbide Gear Hob for Metal Cutting Applications
Solid Carbide gear hobs are used for cutting thread on different grades steel and metal. They are also used for high speed milling, suitable for processing aluminum alloy, copper alloy, alloy steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, nickel alloy and so on.
Solid Carbide gear hobs are best choice to cut thread due to superior physical properties, high hardness and toughness.
Gear Hob Model Specifications
Why Choose Us
Strictly full process from material to finished products quality control based on ISO9001 to ensure supply high quality tungsten carbide products
30 years Founder Laboratory to sever internal Research & Development aim to develop upgraded products and lower costs items.
ERP system to ensure production on line and deliver on time
TH grades are extremely corrosion-resistant, extraordinarily tough and highly wear-resistant which results in an increase of the tool life of up to 20 %.
30 years experience supplying High quality tungsten carbide products to 60 countries worldwide.
B—the second part with two digits indicates the product’s outer diameter.
C—the third part with two digits indicates the inner diameter.
D—the fourth part of a two digits which indicates the height.
E—the fifth part with two digits which indicates the number of the serrated blades.
F— the six part of the digit indicates with or without step on the surface, for example:0 indicates no obvious steps on the surface,1 indicates a step on the surface.
G—the seventh part with digits indicates the next end step:0 indicates no obvious step under the surface,1 indicates there are steps under surface.